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Category Archives: ECOS 37 (3/4)

ECOS 37 (3/4) Whole issue

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ECOS 37 (3/4) Book reviews

Books reviewed in this issue: – Common Ground. Rob Cowen – The Ash Tree. Oliver [...]

ECOS 37 (3/4) Family ties. Human views of Nature – time to see goodness before wildness? Gavin Saunders

Abstract: To be human is to be part of Nature. And yet to be human [...]

ECOS 37 (3/4) Lessons from an old oak. Martin Spray

Abstract: Are humans part of Nature?… A walk in the forest; a threat to the [...]

ECOS 37 (3/4) Technobiophilia – Coming to terms with cyber-nature. Sue Thomas

Abstract: Some features of the ‘natural world’ that we greatly value are also found online; [...]

ECOS 37 (3/4) Rewilding and ecosystem health: parallels with human health care. Andrew Blewett

Abstract: There are instructive parallels between ecosystem health management and human health care. Evidence based [...]

ECOS 37 (3/4) The challenge of wild nature conserving itself. Mark Fisher and Alison Parfitt

Abstract: The last edition of ECOS had a lot to say about rewilding in its [...]

ECOS 37 (3/4) Stasis and the State of Nature in Wales. Mick Green

Abstract: The grim decline of nature in the UK continues. 56% of UK species studied [...]

ECOS 37 (3/4) At your service? The limits of enterprise with nature at stake. Chris Gibson

Abstract: This article discusses the pros and cons of Natural England’s cost recovery approach in [...]

ECOS 37 (3/4) Brexit’s countryside – giving nature the edge? Bill Grayson

Abstract: The best characteristics of agri-environment measures need to be taken forward and honed in [...]