Welcome to the ECOS Archive - a compendium of 40 years of commentary and challenging writing on nature conservation in Britain.
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Are Welsh Ministers and departments working with or against nature in the Brexit era? Their [...]
The character and the wildlife potential of the Mid Wales landscape remains uncertain and deeply [...]
Marine nature conservation is not going well in Wales where designated marine protected areas have [...]
Abstract: The grim decline of nature in the UK continues. 56% of UK species studied [...]
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Abstract: This article considers the potential for native woodland restoration in the Welsh Uplands. It [...]
Abstract: Consultations on green reforms in Wales, including a single environmental delivery body, have set [...]
Abstract: 815 industrial scale wind turbines, plus 50 supposedly ‘domestic’ (100+ foot high) wind turbines [...]
Abstract: This article considers the background to the creation of Natural Resources Wales (NRW). Do [...]
Abstract: Cardigan Bay in Wales and adjacent waters are important for marine wildlife and have [...]
Abstract: Cambrian Wildwood is an ambitious project to rewild an area in the uplands of [...]