ECOS 38 (3): North East Nature

ECOS 38 (3) The Tyne and Wear Green Belt and the area’s green spaces continue to be threatened by confident developers. These important places for nature and public amenity…

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ECOS 38 (3): Green Blob Politics

ECOS 38 (3) How will environmental politics be framed in the post-election muddle, and will the daunting figure of Michael Gove challenge some of the fundamentalist interests in countryside…

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ECOS 38 (3): Nature’s class warfare

ECOS 38 (3) The middle classes are now holding back conservation. Conservation bodies should appeal to new categories of the population to get backing for public funds for wildlife…

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ECOS 38 (3): Nature’s Brexit

ECOS 38 (3) Is the speculation around Brexit a distraction from the underlying causes of the parlous state of the natural environment? You are not a subscriber to BANC…

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ECOS 38 (3): Political Events

ECOS 38 (3) 2020 vision – do we have it? Over the next two years, nature conservation on the ground will remain largely the same as we know it…

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ECOS 38 (3): All At Sea?

ECOS 38 (3)   Marine nature conservation is not going well in Wales where designated marine protected areas have benefitted from vanishingly little management.  Quitting the EU looks likely…

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