Welcome to the ECOS Archive - a compendium of 40 years of commentary and challenging writing on nature conservation in Britain.
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Behaviour change measures are used in fields such as public health, but have only recently [...]
Ideological challenges to nature conservation are nothing new, but now they can take different guises [...]
Editorial by Geoffrey Wain A future vintage? So here we are. ECOS at 40. On [...]
The nature conservation sector has gained resources and influence, yet wildlife continues to decline. Where [...]
As a geographer I am fascinated by issues of spatial scale and what that means [...]
There are few cases of the striking return of a species once eradicated, particularly a [...]
In assessing the various causes of species’ extinction, humans need to recognise the dominant influence [...]
Abstract: Conservation can emerge from collaborative management processes. This story focuses on CRAGG – an [...]
Abstract: The Big Society is seen as offering exciting new opportunities for the voluntary and [...]
How will environmental politics be framed in the post-election muddle, and will the daunting figure [...]