ECOS 36 (1) Spring 2015. The expensive education of Britain’s nature conservation community. Alistair Crowle

Abstract: There seems little unified thinking amongst UK wildlife groups, resulting in a lack of direction and shared vision. Where is the anger within the nature conservation community at the losses of species and habitats? Where is the challenge to the current approach which has delivered so little? This article suggests causes for the loss of direction along with some of the actions that are required to turn the situation around.

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