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Welcome to the ECOS Archive - a compendium of 40 years of commentary and challenging writing on nature conservation in Britain.
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A Journey Back to Farming’s Future: Compassion in World Farming’s Extinction or Regeneration conference, May [...]
Thoughts from influential nature conservationists… MIKE PIENKOWSKI Career Highlights A pre-university interest in shorebirds and [...]
Thoughts from influential nature conservationists… RICK MINTER Career Highlights I have been a long-term editor [...]
The Hidden World: How insects sustain life on earth today and will shape our lives [...]
Beyond the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation: From Lethal to Compassionate Conservation Anja Heister [...]
Saving rivers with burbot: Can a lost species help river restoration? By Reagan Pearce The [...]
Where the spirit meets the bones: Museum collections as a resource in ecology and conservation [...]
Macho Nature: The past, present and future of the patriarchy in natural history By Bethany [...]
It is argued that the so-called Anthropocene has its beginnings in European colonisation.1 This seems [...]
This article was originally published on the Natural History of Ecological Restoration website as Healing [...]