Welcome to the ECOS Archive - a compendium of 40 years of commentary and challenging writing on nature conservation in Britain.
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Gavin Saunders wears many hats, co-leading Neroche Woodlanders in Somerset, working for an ecological consultancy in Dorset and coordinating a farmer training network on the Blackdown Hills. He is chair of BANC
Two eye-witness accounts of November’s ECOS/UCL mini-conference To mark our 40th anniversary, ECOS joined forces [...]
A new piece of research has shed light on the valuable work of a growing [...]
Editorial by Gavin Saunders Nature and wellbeing – time to take the medicine? Wild nature [...]
People with a love of nature belong to many different tribes, distanced by culture, language [...]
NATURES ALLIES Eight Conservationists Who Changes Our World Larry A Nielson Island Press 2017 272 [...]
As BANC and ECOS move more fully to a web format, discussion continues on the [...]
Wild Kingdom Bringing Back Britain’s Wildlife Stephen Moss Square Peg 2016 304 pages, ISBN 13: [...]
To be human is to be part of Nature. And yet to be human is [...]
Abstract: To be human is to be part of Nature. And yet to be human [...]
Abstract: Many conservationists need shaking out of lazy assumptions. But we should beware replacing those [...]