ECOS 35 (1) The Call of the Wild: perceptions, history, people and ecology in the emerging paradigms of wilding. Ian Rotherham

Abstract: This article introduces some key issues of nature conservation and future landscapes in the context of achieving a more wild state of nature. The lessons are drawn from a programme of Sheffield-based research, seminars, conferences and debates extending over 20 years in Britain and linking across Europe. In terms of British and European ecology and biodiversity these are some of the most resonant contemporary debates.

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Rotherham, Ian “ECOS 35 (1) The Call of the Wild: perceptions, history, people and ecology in the emerging paradigms of wilding. Ian Rotherham” ECOS vol. 35(1), 2014, British Association of Nature Conservationists, www.ecos.org.uk/ecos-35-1-the-call-of-the-wild-perceptions-history-people-and-ecology-in-the-emerging-paradigms-of-wilding-ian-rotherham/.