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Category Archives: ECOS 39 (3)

ECOS 39 (3): Book Review: THE LYNX AND US

THE LYNX AND US David Hetherington and Laurent Geslin Scotland the Big Picture2018170 PagesHardback £25ISBN: 978-0-9568423-2-9 [...]

ECOS 39(3): Reviewing England’s National Parks: an opportunity for rewilding?

The Glover-Gove review of National Parks will trigger many agendas for these protected landscapes. Can [...]

ECOS 39(3): Caring for nature in a post-Brexit Wales

Are Welsh Ministers and departments working with or against nature in the Brexit era? Their [...]

ECOS 39 (3): ‘The city that hates trees’ – Standing up to the Sheffield Street-Tree Slaughter

Mass felling of healthy street-trees in Sheffield has led to public uproar and a realisation [...]

ECOS 39 (3): Meat: The Alpha and Omega of Extinction

In assessing the various causes of species’ extinction, humans need to recognise the dominant influence [...]

ECOS 39 (3): Editorial: Money talks

Editorial by Geoffrey Wain The UK’s National Parks are not National, or Parks. Steve Carver [...]

ECOS 39 (3): Book Review: BEHIND THE BINOCULARS & BEHIND MORE BINOCULARS

BEHIND THE BINOCULARS &BEHIND MORE BINOCULARS Interviews with acclaimed birdwatchers Mark Avery and Keith Betton [...]