ECOS 30 (3/4) Whole issue

Download issue as PDF: ECOS 30 3-4 Full issue   Editorial: A house without foundations. Martin Spray Feature articles – Ecology: what next? Jill Sutcliffe – Plants in…

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ECOS 31 (1) Whole issue

Editorial: A no-regrets response to our mixed up nature. Geoffrey Wain Feature articles – Eco-xenophobia – responding to our natural aliens. Ian Rotherham – As British as curry?…

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ECOS 36 (1) Whole issue

Editorial: Bob, badgers and business. Geoffrey Wain Feature Articles – Refreshing Conservation – cries from the heart. BANC Council – The expensive education of the nature conservation sector….

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ECOS 36 (2) Whole issue

Editorial: Towards infinity. Geoffrey Wain Feature articles – Freeing up nature – from ourselves and from market forces. Peter Shirley – Austerity politics – any place for nature?…

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ECOS 36 (3/4) Whole issue

Editorial: Loving the Greenwood. Geoffrey Wain Feature articles – In search of Nature’s renaissance people. Gavin Saunders – Grounded thinking to grounded action – Steps to revitalising conservation….

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ECOS 1 (1) 1980

Contents: – Editorial p.2-3 – BANC Meetings p.3 – Landmarks in Conservation: An interview with Max Nicholson p.4-8 – The Countryside in 1980 by Jane Clifford and Philip…

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ECOS 37 (3/4) Book reviews

Books reviewed in this issue: – Common Ground. Rob Cowen – The Ash Tree. Oliver Rackham – Carnivorous plants of Britain and Ireland. Tim Bailey & Stewart McPherson…

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