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Books and the environment: A curious paradox

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Affiliations: 1: Iain Stevenson is professor of publishing at University College London (UCL). For a quarter of a century he was a practising publisher, working for Longman, Macmillan, Pinter, Leicester University Press, Wiley and The Stationery Office. He set up the pioneering environmental imprint, Belhaven Press, in 1986, publishing some of the earliest books on climatic change, environmental sustainability and globalization. In 1999 he joined City University London to establish a new master's degree in publishing whose graduates now occupy many senior publishing positions. He was one of the founders of UCL's Centre for Publishing in 2006 and was appointed to the first established chair of publishing in Britain at UCL. He is currently writing a history of 20th-century British publishing to be published by the British Library in 2009.


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