ECOS 1980 1 (1) Landmarks in Conservation: Max Nicholson talked to Charlie Pye Smith and Philip Lowe

Abstract: Max Nicholson’s involvement in conservation spans a generation. His greatest achievement has been as its entrepreneur, both in Britain and worldwide. But he has many other facets – ornithologist, philosopher, social scientist and accomplished administrator. In this interview for ECOS, Nicholson surveys his involvement with the conservation movement, identifying the four major landmarks in its development through his lifetime. “Each of these,” he suggests, “has opened up a totally different phase of development, complementing its predecessor and creating a dynamism which it is vial to maintain by equally bold strategies for the future.”

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Cite:

Lowe, Philip et al. “ECOS 1980 1 (1) Landmarks in Conservation: Max Nicholson talked to Charlie Pye Smith and Philip Lowe” ECOS vol. 1(1), 1980, British Association of Nature Conservationists, www.ecos.org.uk/landmarks-in-conservation-max-nicholson-talked-to-charlie-pye-smith-and-philip-lowe/.