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. Sophie Lake & Members of VINE
– Conservation wisdom. Looking back to look forward. David Blake
– Nature Conservation: barking up the wrong tree? Miles King
– Revitalising conservation – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Simon Ayres
– Evidence-based or evidence-blind? Priorities for revitalising conservation. Clive Hambler
– 26. Managing for nature. A farmer’s view on wildlife schemes. Martin Hole
– 30. Where next for landscape-scale conservation in England? Lisa Schneidau
– Rewilding gathers pace in the conservation mind fields. Peter Taylor, Alison Parfitt
– Revitalising conservation: the fountain of youth. Hendrikus Van Hensbergen & Kate Huggett
– Iran’s greenest government ever. Janet Mackinnon
– Nature and two legs. Martin Spray
– Plotting in the Woods. Emily Adams
Book Reviews
Inglorious: Conflict in the uplands. Mark Avery
Counting Sheep: A celebration of the pastoral heritage of Britain. Philip Walling
A Less Green and Pleasant Land: Our threatened wildlife. Norman Maclean
Learning with Nature: A how-to guide to inspiring children through outdoor games and activities. Marina Robb, Victoria Mew and Anna Richardson

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