The unrecognised impacts of local government cuts on countryside and environmental services

The unrecognised impacts of local government cuts on countryside and environmental services are presented in my recent book – The Rise and Fall of Countryside Management.

Picture1 Rise and Fall back cover

This recent article summarises the issues:

Ian D. Rotherham – Affecting Grassroots Ecology – local government cuts – BES Bulletin 2016

This is a review of the book:

British Ecological Society review of the Rise and Fall of Countryside Management

It is expensive but you can get it from me at a big discount – or by emailing:

info@hallamec.plus.com

 

Ian

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3 Responses to The unrecognised impacts of local government cuts on countryside and environmental services

  1. Ritchie Armstrong says:

    Reblogged this on .

  2. Ritchie Armstrong says:

    As a Greenspace Ranger (used to be a Countryside Ranger) working for a local authority I can relate to much of what you have said on your article and I can confirm that its a very accurate presentation of what is actually happening.

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