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ECOS 37 (1) Spring 2016. Flood management and nature – can rewilding help? Steve Carver

Abstract: Can fewer sheep, more trees, restoring rivers to their floodplains and reintroducing beavers help [...]

ECOS 36 (3/4) Rewilding gathers pace in the conservation mind fields. Peter Taylor and Alison Parfitt

Abstract: Two wildernistas, Peter Taylor and Alison Parfitt, take stock of developments as everyone starts [...]

ECOS 34 (2) Summer 2013. The feral book – reintroducing rewilding. Simon Ayres

Abstract: George Monbiot’s new book Feral is akin to an unofficial release into the rewilding [...]

ECOS 35 (3/4) Rewilding in Britain: lessons from the past 15 years. Peter Taylor

Abstract: The profile of rewilding is rising and the old and struggling order of conservation [...]

ECOS 45 (5) – Voices of the wild

A review of rewilding podcasts EDWARD GRIERSON Podcasts are an unlikely media success story. At [...]

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ECOS Interviews: KARA MOSES

Thoughts from influential nature conservationists… Kara Moses Career Highlights My ‘career’, if you can call [...]

ECOS 45 (2.1): Postgraduate Award 2023

A Clash of Values: Why should we believe in the inherent value of nature? JACK [...]

ECOS Interviews: MATHEW FRITH

Thoughts from influential nature conservationists… Mathew Frith Career Highlights They have been numerous, but include [...]

THE ANCIENT WOODS OF SOUTH-EAST WALES

THE ANCIENT WOODS OF SOUTH-EAST WALES Oliver Rackham Little Toller, 2022, 336 Pages Paperback: £20 [...]

ECOS 44 (5)- Biodiversity offset and planning gain in relation to habitat creation and translocation – the wise choices for wildlife

IAN D. ROTHERHAM Emerging in the 1980s and 1990s, ideas of habitat rescue and transplantation, [...]