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ECOS: A review of conservation is an online journal filled with articles and comment on the latest topics in UK conservation.

ECOS  is produced by BANC, The British Association of Nature Conservationists.

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"At a time of much stress on the natural world and on us humans, it is a welcome relief to read this profound exploration... A strikingly poignant encounter."

Read Janet Mackinnon's #BookReview of the brilliant 'Irreplaceable' by @JulianHoffman in #ECOS.

https://www.ecos.org.uk/book-review-irreplaceable/

Our 2020 student article #competition is open! We are looking for #essays of 1000-2000 words from both undergraduate and postgraduate #students.

Winners and runners up will receive £100 and £50 respectively. Visit our competition page to see how to enter

https://www.ecos.org.uk/competition/

"The pleasure of books like this is often the snippets of new information you may glean from them."

- ECOS (@UKconservation)

#InvasiveAliens

A @TheSundayTimes @Telegraph @Waterstones Book of the Year

Now in Paperback

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Invasive-Aliens-Plants-Animals-There/dp/0008262780/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Our April edition kicks off with an article by Mick Green on why he's quitting nature conservation:

"I’ve spent 40 years banging my head against hard walls – it is going to be nice to stop, or at least introduce a bit of padding!"

https://www.ecos.org.uk/admitting-defeat-why-i-am-quitting-nature-conservation/

#nature #conservation

As extensive #grazing programs in Britain gain momentum, Janet Mackinnon explores the various issues associated with the movement.

What are the main differences between #conservation and #naturalistic models? Is the current #policy framework sufficient?

https://www.ecos.org.uk/horses-for-nature-equids-and-extensive-grazing-in-britain/

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