BP NATURAL WORLD BOOK PRIZE
1987-2002
EDWARD O. WILSON 

 The British Petroleum (BP) Natural World Book Prize is awarded annually in partnership with the Wildlife Trusts. The award is given to the author of a book published in the UK in that year which "most imaginatively promotes the conservation of the natural environment".

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2002 Edward O. Wilson The Future of Life
2001 No Award  
2000 Brian Clarke The Stream
1999 Steve Jones Almost Like a Whale
1998 David Attenborough Life of Birds
1997 Graham Harvey The Killing of the Countryside
1996 David Quammen The Song of the Dodo
1995 Colin Tudge The Day Before Yesterday
1994 Oliver Rackham The Illustrated History of the Countryside
1993 Edward O. Wilson The Diversity of Life
1992 Iain Douglas Hamilton, Oria Douglas Hamilton Battle for the Elephants
1991 George Monbiot Amazon Watershed
1990 Jonathan Kingdon Island Africa: The Evolution of Africa's Rare Animals and Plants
1989 Philip Wayre Operation Otter
1988 Jeremy Purseglove Taming of the Flood
1987 Chris Baines The Wild Side of Town

 
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