Welcome to the ECOS Archive - a compendium of 40 years of commentary and challenging writing on nature conservation in Britain.
You can search the Archive by subject, author or edition.
As a number of authors in ECOS and elsewhere have made clear, rewilding is both [...]
We are used to hearing about a species only having a handful of individuals left [...]
Rivers are interesting things. They flow inexorably towards the sea, carrying what was once billions [...]
Plants are all around us from urban parks to the rolling countryside to the insides [...]
Ecocriticism and the environmental humanities Ecofiction, novels based around environmental themes, and so-called Doomer Lit [...]
ATLAS OF THE MAMMALS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND Derek Crawley et al & [...]
The Landscapes Review It is just over seventy years since the National Parks and Access [...]
UNTANGLING THE KNOT, BELUGAS & BEARS: My natural World on Film Mike Potts Whittles Publishing, [...]
Is nature really gaining ground from the lockdown, or just being noticed more and getting [...]
Disclaimer: while this piece refers to various conservation organisations and structures, I apologise in advance [...]