Welcome to the ECOS Archive - a compendium of 40 years of commentary and challenging writing on nature conservation in Britain.
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Environment and wildlife groups are busy trying to influence policies before and after the election [...]
As BANC and ECOS move more fully to a web format, discussion continues on the [...]
This article discusses key messages in the author’s 2015 book, The Rise and Fall of [...]
Ideological challenges to nature conservation are nothing new, but now they can take different guises [...]
Unofficially released wild boar have been changing the physical and political landscape of the Forest [...]
Download issue as PDF: ECOS 30 3-4 Full issue Editorial: A house without foundations. Martin [...]
Editorial: A no-regrets response to our mixed up nature. Geoffrey Wain Feature articles – Eco-xenophobia [...]
Plotting in the Woods: Revitalising conservation at the BANC annual event and AGM The BANC [...]
Abstract: The emergence or threat of a number of aggressive woodland pests and diseases, in [...]
Abstract: Political and personal opportunists use the flooding of the Somerset Levels to advance their [...]