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Tag Archives: Mike Townsend

ECOS 37 (3/4) Brexit and nature – looking for silver linings. Mike Townsend

Abstract: Leaving the European Union is likely to have significant repercussions for nature and land [...]

ECOS 37 (2) Rewilding – keeping brand integrity. Mike Townsend

Abstract: Rewilding offers an exciting opportunity to reconsider our attitudes and approach to nature. Embracing [...]

ECOS 37 (1) Spring 2016. What would Brexit mean for nature? Mike Townsend

Abstract: Very little of the debate around the EU referendum has considered the impacts on [...]

ECOS 36 (2) Austerity politics – any place for nature? Mike Townsend

Abstract: The result of the election may have been a surprise, but it is not [...]

ECOS 33 (2) Summer 2012. Conservation in a time of austerity – why fund nature? Mike Townsend

Abstract: Why has an appealing subject like wildlife protection and the environment become an easy [...]

ECOS 34 (2) Summer 2013. Resilient and adaptive wooded landscapes. Mike Townsend

Abstract: The emergence or threat of a number of aggressive woodland pests and diseases, in [...]

ECOS 34 (3/4) Winter 2013 Biodiversity offsets – an unnecessary evil? (Mike Townsend)

Abstract: The Government is consulting on biodiversity offsets to spede the planning process. The notion [...]