Press Releases

Posted by Daniel Allen on 6/11/2020


The CreditNATURE project, which will see Ecosulis and partners work together with the Bunloit Estate in the Scottish Highlands, could unlock new revenue streams for rewilding initiatives by allowing them to issue carbon, biodiversity and rewilding credits. The project has been funded through Innovate UK's Sustainable Innovation Fund.


Transformative funding

Posted by Daniel Allen on 12/02/2020


Co-authored by Ecosulis Nature Recovery Lead Dr. Paul Jepson, a new paper by Oxford University scientists suggests that the landscape-scale rewilding of the Arctic tundra is economically viable and could play a significant role in slowing global warming.     



Posted by Suzi Day on 28/11/2012

Direct from Scandinavia, the walled City of York welcomes flocks of Waxwings (Bombycilla garrulous). Up to several thousand Waxwings have arrived this autumn and can be clearly identified by the bright red tips on their plumage, square-ended yellow tail feathers and a black band running across their eyes.

Image courtesy of Yuri Timofeyev

Posted by on 16/03/2011


Press release


Wiltshire, 16th March 2011- Ecosulis has had a great start in 2011 and is delighted to have been awarded two prestigious habitat creation projects in quick succession.  Following a competitive tendering process, Ecosulis were selected by the Environment Agency and are now mobilising teams to complete the work within the critical timeframes available.

Posted by Deborah Cockerill on 11/11/2010

Ecosulis is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and is delighted to announce the opening of its Exeter office at the Innovation Centre, Exeter University.  The office is being headed up by Director, Hannah Maben, who has worked for Ecosulis for over five years from its head office in Bath.  Hannah has a background in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Ecological Consulting, and Ecological Contracting and Countryside Management, and prior to joining Ecosulis, worked for a large international multi-discipl


Environmental consultancy and contractor Ecosulis is celebrating its 20th anniversary by launching two new departments.

The Newton St Loe-based firm, which toasted its birthday with a party at Bath Racecourse earlier this month, is broadening the scope of its business as it rallies following the economic downturn. Experienced consultant and energy sector specialist Rod Ellison has joined the firm as an associate director to set up a new department specialising in environmental impact assessment and planning.