ECOS Feature Articles

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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, [...]

Book Review: CORNERSTONES and TENACIOUS BEASTS

CORNERSTONES: Wild Forces That Can Change Our World Benedict Macdonald Bloomsbury Wildlife, 2022, 256 pages [...]

ECOS 44 (3)- Guerrilla species restorations and reinforcements

HANNAH TIMMINS A tool for decentralising rewilding and generating public support or a disaster for [...]

ECOS Interviews: PETER CAIRNS

Thoughts from influential nature conservationists… PETER CAIRNS Career highlights I’m flattered that anyone might consider [...]

ECOS 43 (3.5)- Conflict, Post-Colonialism and Conservation: Endings and Beginnings

It is argued that the so-called Anthropocene has its beginnings in European colonisation.1 This seems [...]

ECOS Interviews: SUE EVERETT

Thoughts from influential nature conservationists… SUE EVERETT Career highlights Sue’s career highlights include being chair [...]

ECOS 33 (1) Spring 2012. Heartlands and wildwoods. Sophie Wynne Jones

Abstract: This article considers the potential for native woodland restoration in the Welsh Uplands. It [...]