ECOS: A Review of Conservation is the journal produced by BANC filled with articles and comment on the latest topics in UK conservation. Over the past thirty-five years ECOS has grown into a source of provocative, questioning writing on the important conservation issues of our times. It is available to all BANC members as part of their subscription.
"We value ECOS primarily because it is a forum for uninhibited discussion of some of the fundamental issues facing the human race: how we can avoid further degradation of the things that make life worth living, in the face of ever increasing numbers of people and of their material demands. ECOS reminds us of the richness of what we have already lost, helps us to work out ways of restoring some of that richness, and explores alternative ways forward." (Quote from Philip and Myrtle Ashmole)
Researchers have discovered that sixgill sharks in the Atlantic are genetically distinct from their cousins in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, making them a new species! 🦈 smithsonianmag.com/smart-news…