ECOS is in an independent, open access journal that reaches over a thousand monthly readers. It publishes work written in a range of styles for an informed readership, providing a platform to present, shape and challenge the conversations in nature conservation.
We are looking for articles which offer fresh and compelling arguments composed with confidence and clarity. Thought-provoking, original essays on any aspect of conservation will be considered.
We welcome work on subjects including, yet not limited to:
The application of ecology
Environmentalist attitudes and perceptions
Land management and landscape planning
Eco-writing (including both critical and creative work)
Submissions should be emailed for the attention of our Digital Editor, Alice Johnstone-Burt, to email@example.com.
Please attach your essay as a word document, and include a short covering letter in the body of your email.