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Conservation and Society Conservation and Society is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary open access journal dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practice of conservation.

Conservation and Society is a Platinum Open Access journal with an Impact Factor of 1.795 (2018). The journal is indexed with Web of Science, SCOPUS, Social Sciences Citation Index, Scimago Journal Ranking and DOAJ.

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2020  April-June | Vol  18 | Issue  2
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Special Section: Rewilding ‘Feral Political Ecologies’
Feral Political Ecologies?: The Biopolitics, Temporalities and Spatialities of Rewilding
Sophie Wynne-Jones, Cara Clancy, George Holmes, Kieran O’Mahony, Kim J Ward
Introduction In an era of escalating environmental change and degradation, rewilding has emerged as an innovative, hopeful, and increasingly popular form of conservation capturing th...
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Special Section: Rewilding ‘Feral Political Ecologies’
What is Rewilding, How Should it be Done, and Why? A Q-method Study of the Views Held by European Rewilding Advocates
George Holmes, Kate Marriott, Charlie Briggs, Sophie Wynne-Jones
In recent years, the profile of rewilding, a conservation approach emphasising reduced human interventions in ecosystems, restored ecosystem processes and autonomous nature, has increased. This has ...
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Special Section: Rewilding ‘Feral Political Ecologies’
Rewilding – Departures in Conservation Policy and Practice? an Evaluation of Developments in Britain
Sophie Wynne-Jones, Graham Strouts, Callum O'Neil, Chris Sandom
Rewilding has been hailed as ‘radical’ and ‘agenda-setting’ in the challenge it poses to mainstream conservation. This paper questions whether that is still the case, or if r...
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