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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 [...]
The final article in ECOS’s series on Conflict, Post-Colonialism and Conservation describes the work of [...]
Arguments for reintroducing wild carnivores into the British Isles are often deployed on ecological or [...]
Authors: Hannah L Timmins, Sue Stolton, Nigel Dudley, Smriti Dahal and Mike Belecky Suggested citation: [...]
The Year of the Rabbit, with associations of calm, peace and good luck, follows that [...]
Authors: Mike Pienkowski, Catherine Wensink (UK Overseas Territories Conservation Forum); Catherine Childs, Luke Harding (National [...]
A 2021 House of Commons inquiry into The UK’s footprint on global biodiversity noted: Around [...]
Before the war The following account is based on information provided by Igor Studennikov, director [...]
Introduction/Summary This article describes three existing and planned transboundary ecosystems restoration programmes in the Danube [...]