Welcome to the ECOS Archive - a compendium of 40 years of commentary and challenging writing on nature conservation in Britain.
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Editorial by Geoffrey Wain “We could of course be existentialist about all this [celebrating wildlife], [...]
Environment and wildlife groups are busy trying to influence policies before and after the election [...]
New agri-environment payments and policies will hopefully deliver a vision of restored habitats and iconic [...]
Brexit brings uncertain challenges and unintended consequences for Scotland’s environment. Keeping wildlife concerns integrated with [...]
The wildlife manifesto launched by Chris Packham is a lengthy wish list in need of [...]
Conservation science is being forced to adapt in the face of increasingly rapid anthropogenic change. [...]
Giving meaning to nature conservation means pursuing a diversity of practical ways to conserve wildlife. [...]
The nature conservation sector has gained resources and influence, yet wildlife continues to decline. Where [...]
Helen Kopina, Simon Leadbeater, Paul Cryer This article adds to the “golden rules” of rewilding [...]
THE LYNX AND US David Hetherington and Laurent Geslin Scotland the Big Picture2018170 PagesHardback £25ISBN: 978-0-9568423-2-9 [...]