Welcome to the ECOS Archive - a compendium of 40 years of commentary and challenging writing on nature conservation in Britain.
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Amphibians are the most threatened species of vertebrates but are we doing enough to conserve [...]
In assessing the various causes of species’ extinction, humans need to recognise the dominant influence [...]
Wisdom or dogma? Reflections on the People’s Manifesto for Wildlife We need a Species’ Manifesto [...]
ENDANGERED SPECIES Artists on the front line of biodiversity Barbara Matilsky Whatcom Museum, Washington, USA [...]
INHERITORS OF THE EARTH How Nature is Thriving in an Age of Extinction Chris D [...]
RISE OF THE NECROFAUNA The Science, Ethics, and Risks of De-Extinction Britt Wray Greystone Books [...]
Winner – ECOS Student Article 2017 Competition, supported by Conservation Careers and Green&Blue Quantifying genetic [...]
CLIMATE CHANGE AND BRITISH WILDLIFE Trevor BeeBee Bloomsbury2018366 PagesHardback £35ISBN: 978 147294 3194 Review by Peter Taylor [...]
Large wind turbines are often blamed for mortality and declines in bats, whilst developers claim [...]
Excessive nitrogen in air pollution is having a devastating on fungi and plants, soils and [...]