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Professor of Environmental Geography and Reader in Tourism & Environmental Change in the Department of the Natural & Built Environment, Sheffield Hallam University.
IAN D. ROTHERHAM Biodiversity offset as conservation opportunity or clever scam? This is an opinion [...]
IAN D. ROTHERHAM Emerging in the 1980s and 1990s, ideas of habitat rescue and transplantation, [...]
Paul Evans Batsford, 2018, 176 pagesHardback £16.99 ISBN 978-1-84994-493-9 Review by Ian Rotherham Paul Evans [...]
Mass felling of healthy street-trees in Sheffield has led to public uproar and a realisation [...]
This article discusses key messages in the author’s 2015 book, The Rise and Fall of [...]
Abstract: Two six-week badger cull trials are scheduled to take place from August 2012 and [...]
Abstract: Management of heathlands has been problematic for some decades and the situation is now [...]
Abstract: The separation of nature from economy leads to ‘cultural severance’ and loss of species. [...]
Abstract: This article introduces some key issues of nature conservation and future landscapes in the [...]
This edition of ECOS carries several articles based on talks given at the 2014 Wilder [...]