• Publications

    The Society publishes and disseminates high-quality ecological research in a variety of different formats, including our five world-renowned Journals, two prestigious book series and informative member Bulletin.

    New journal data archiving policy

    From January 2014 the British Ecological Society requires, as a condition for publication, that all data supporting the results in papers published in its journals be archived in an appropriate public archive. More details available here.

  • Policy

    The Conservation Science/Policy Interface: Challenges and Opportunities

    Review the outputs of our 16th April meeting with the BES Conservation Special Interest Group and the Zoological Society of London.

    People, Politics and the Planet – Watch the Video

    Watch the full video from “People, Politics and the Planet – Any Questions?” to find out how politicians from the UK’s leading parties responded to your environmental questions.

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  • Education

    Ecological Ambassadors

    Watch this space:  Applications opening very soon!

    Enhancing Fieldwork Learning 7-8th September 2015

    Join us for a two day training session on developing UG fieldwork in Hyde Park, London.  With sessions on digital technology, innovative teaching ideas, inclusivity and assessment we have something for everyone.

  • Grants & Awards

    The Society provides grants to promote excellent ecological research, help fund training and travel and to communicate the science of ecology as widely as possible.

  • Membership

    Become a member and take advantage of all our member benefits, including journals, grants, meeting registration discounts, Bulletins and much more! Membership from just £40 per year (£20 for students/reduced/retired) and you can apply and pay online.

  • Policy blog

    Subscribe to our blog for the latest policy updates relating to ecology. We focus on UK and EU legislation, ecological research, and equality and diversity, and advertise opportunities to respond to consultations or join government committees.

    Featured Post: Culling badgers to control cattle tuberculosis – a black and white issue?

    Professor Rosie Woodroffe outlines the complicated interaction between evidence and policy-making in our efforts to control Bovine TB.

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