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Category Archives: ECOS 37 (1)

ECOS 37 (1) Whole Issue

You can read or download the entire issue of ECOS 37 (1) Spring 2016 Download [...]

EOCS 37 (1) Spring 2016. Book reviews

Titles reviewed: – Britain’s Habitats: A guide to the wildlife habitats of Britain and Ireland. [...]

ECOS 37 (1) Spring 2016. Nature conservation – a nudge towards rewilding. Harry Barton

Abstract: As nature conservation looks for renewed purpose it may be time to consider rewilding [...]

ECOS 37 (1) Spring 2016. Rewilding national parks – moor than meets the eye. Meriel Harrison

Abstract: Wildlife conservation in England’s National Parks comes under scrutiny from many different camps. The [...]

ECOS 37 (1) Spring 2016. Flood management and nature – can rewilding help? Steve Carver

Abstract: Can fewer sheep, more trees, restoring rivers to their floodplains and reintroducing beavers help [...]

ECOS 37 (1) Spring 2016. Population growth – a taboo topic for nature conservation? Holly Alsop and Nicola Matthews

Abstract: In the latest of our Revitalising Conservation series of BANC Twitter debates we put [...]

ECOS 37 (1) Spring 2016. Ecodemocracy: helping wildlife’s right to survive. Joe Gray and Patrick Curry

Abstract: Concepts such as ecosystem services and natural capital illustrate the benefits that people gain [...]

ECOS 37 (1) Spring 2016. Flight of the Swans

Abstract: Flying with Bewick’s swans through the wetlands of Europe Download as PDF here: ECOS [...]

ECOS 37 (1) Spring 2016. What would Brexit mean for nature? Mike Townsend

Abstract: Very little of the debate around the EU referendum has considered the impacts on [...]

ECOS 37 (1) Spring 2016. Nature conservation in Britain – turning the tide? Alistair Crowle

Abstract: This article follows up recent debate in ECOS over revitalising conservation. It argues that [...]