Blogs

Posted by Suzi Cross on 1/08/2019

 

Changes to workplace practice at Ecosulis have led to measurable improvements in wellness, bringing benefits to both employees and the company.  

 

 

A new commitment

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Posted by Daniel Allen on 31/07/2019

 

A growing body of evidence suggests that interaction with nature can boost health and wellness and improve quality of life. At Ecosulis, Biodiversity and Health is one of our core services.

 

 

Well well well

Many of us already know that a stroll in the woods or along a beach can stimulate feelings of calmness and contentment. Being in nature, or even viewing scenes of nature, reduces anger, fear and stress.

 

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Posted by Vance Russell on 19/07/2019

 

Today the risk of wildfire is increasing across the United States, particularly in the state of California. In the first of a three-part blog series, Ecosulis Biodiversity Lead Vance Russell and the Environmental Defense Fund's Eric Holst examine the trend, and discuss the difference between a bad fire and a good fire.

 

 

Risk and response

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Posted by Daniel Allen on 11/07/2019

 

Effective conservation demands effective communication. The Ecosulis communications team has recently been engaged by WWF-Scotland, WWF-England and WWF-Cymru, offering strategic advice and generating reports that raised campaign profiles and resonated with a wide range of stakeholders.  

 

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Posted by Daniel Allen on 2/07/2019

 

Scheduled for publication in the autumn, the report will detail how blockchain technologies could shape new ways of restoring nature. As a precursor to this report, a call to action brochure was distributed at the recent Blockchain for Social Impact Conference 2019 in New York.

 

 

Transformative potential

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Posted by Sara King BSc (Hons) MCIEEM on 28/06/2019

Monitoring is usually undertaken as part of a project, however all too often it is not designed to provide information relevant to the questions being asked. If we can’t measure the impact that we are having on biodiversity, then how can we make informed decisions on how to improve it? Even if that project is a rewilding one, therefore open ended, it is still important to know what is happening to biodiversity as a result of our actions (or inaction).

Posted by Daniel Allen on 24/06/2019

 

Committed to a bold and visionary new way of managing land, partners in the Cairngorms Connect project are working towards a wilder, more forested Scottish Highlands.   

 

Seizing the opportunity

Posted by Daniel Allen on 20/06/2019
 

With a background spanning industry, academia and the third sector, the hugely experienced Ecosulis Biodiversity Team offers clients a diverse range of skills and expertise. Learn more about our fab four below.  

 

Cain Blythe

Ecosulis Managing Director

 

Posted by Daniel Allen on 14/06/2019

 

In the UK's newest national park, the restoration of landscapes and wildlife populations is generating a range of benefits.    

 

Boosting resilience

The South Downs are often referred to as the lungs of southeast England - a bucolic swathe of greenery edged by an iconic coastal margin. Gently undulating hills, dazzling chalk cliffs, wildflower-filled ancient woodlands - the stunning landscapes of Sussex and Hampshire are what attract so many people to live and visit.