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ECOSA review of conservation is produced by BANC, The British Association of Nature Conservationists, as an independent, democratic space for the critical discussion of nature conservation in Britain and abroad.  Produced as a printed journal for thirty years, and online since 2015, ECOS has acted as an influential catalyst for critical thinking and new ideas in the nature conservation movement.  ECOS is now a free, open access online journal supported by donation and other fundraising, and operated by BANC’s small band of volunteer trustees

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