ECOS Feature Articles

Welcome to the ECOS Archive - a compendium of 40 years of commentary and challenging writing on nature conservation in Britain.

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ECOS Archive
ECOS Edition: 2017

ECOS 38 (6): Lies, damn lies and nature conservation

Wildlife and game groups should find more common ground. Between them they could bring complementary [...]

ECOS 38 (6): Michael Gove – what next?

The prospect of leaving the European Union has created uncertainty and concern about the future [...]

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ECOS 38 (6): Assessing impacts of offshore wind turbines

The data and models used to claim no effects from offshore wind farms on birds [...]

ECOS 38 (6): Gender equality in the Wildlife Trusts

Women now have a near equal share of middle ranking and management roles amongst Wildlife [...]

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ECOS 38 (6): Editorial: Changing our face paints

Editorial by Geoffrey Wain We are all adorned by face paint – the markings of [...]

ECOS 38 (6): London’s National Park City

London’s National Park City could offer a refreshing new overview for greenspace management. To what [...]

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ECOS 38 (6): #Rewilding

Twitter debates reveal the prejudices and the passion surrounding moves to embrace rewilding.    Over [...]

ECOS 38 (3): Book Reviews: Confessions of a recovering environmentalist

CONFESSIONS OF A RECOVERING ENVIRONMENTALIST Paul Kingsnorth Faber & Faber 2017 284 pages ISBN: 978-0-571-32969-4 [...]

ECOS 38 (6): Book Reviews: The Seabird’s Cry

THE SEABIRD’S CRY Adam Nicholson Harper Collins 2017 400 pages Illustrated in black and white, [...]

ECOS 38 (6): Book Reviews: Rise of the Necrofauna

RISE OF THE NECROFAUNA The Science, Ethics, and Risks of De-Extinction Britt Wray Greystone Books [...]