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Posted by Daniel Allen on 8/10/2019

 

The recently released Glover Review calls for radical changes in the way England's underperforming national parks are managed. Those changes should be based on the comprehensive and cutting edge assessment of both biodiversity and people.    

 

Snowdonia National Park. Photo: Daniel Allen

 

Seizing the moment

Posted by Daniel Allen on 12/08/2019

 

The London-based team took the contest's £5000 prize with their proposal for an automated mink eradication device. Ecosulis will now collaborate with Citizen Zoo to develop their concept further.   

 

Scalable system

A proposal for an automated mink eradication device has helped Citizen Zoo win the inaugural Ecosulis Tech Contest. The first prize of £5000 was awarded to the team at the beginning of August.

 

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 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 Daniel Allen on 31/05/2019

 

The Ecosulis Tech Challenge, which closed on April 5, generated a number of interesting submissions encompassing a wide range of rewilding-related technologies. While the quality and potential of these submissions was high, the Ecosulis judging panel felt that five of the most promising entries would benefit from further development. The panel has now provided feedback, with the five entries to be judged again - and the winner announced - in the early summer.

 

Posted by Daniel Allen on 19/02/2019

The groundbreaking app, which helps users measure changes in biodiversity quality, beat off strong competition to win its category at the BusinessGreen Technology Awards 2018 in December.  This was followed with further recognition at the FSB (Federation of Self Employed & Small Businesses) Celebrating Small Business Awards 2019 in February.

 

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Posted by Suzi Day and Cain Blythe on 17/02/2015

In 1990, Ecosulis was a family owned business set up by Dave and Ali Green. Ecosulis was run from the family home and grew by addressing clients needs at the time, by offering applied ecological knowledge, technical capability and a strong commercial awareness.

Over the twenty five years since, the business has expanded and has a presence throughout the UK and offices in Bath, Exeter, Monmouth, Chester and London. The HQ is based in a 3,000sq ft Rickyard (seed store) located between Bristol and Bath.