Welcome to the ECOS Archive - a compendium of 40 years of commentary and challenging writing on nature conservation in Britain.
You can search the Archive by subject, author or edition.
We are used to hearing about a species only having a handful of individuals left [...]
Is nature really gaining ground from the lockdown, or just being noticed more and getting [...]
IRREPLACEABLE: The Fight to Save Our Wild Places Julian Hoffman Hamish Hamilton & Penguin, 2019, [...]
Two eye-witness accounts of November’s ECOS/UCL mini-conference To mark our 40th anniversary, ECOS joined forces [...]
Rewilding has been in the news a lot recently, from further releases of beaver (albeit [...]
As a geographer I am fascinated by issues of spatial scale and what that means [...]
The level of hyperbole in the promotion of a Dutch concept of nature conservation, and [...]
This article discusses the challenge of maintaining a social movement for rewilding in the face [...]
A North American’s perspective on European rewilding I must admit, I look with envy at [...]
Helen Kopina, Simon Leadbeater, Paul Cryer This article adds to the “golden rules” of rewilding [...]