Habitat exchange project in the US encourages sage-grouse conservation
Find out more on the Smithsonian website.http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/new-schemes-aim-pay-save-species-will-they-work-180959759/?no-istRead more.
Rare moth found at our first conservation credit site
Earlier this month, with great excitement, we were told that a rare moth had been recorded at the first conservationRead more.
EB Chairman part of Remain business leader endorsement
In light of tomorrow’s EU referendum, we’re privileged to be one of the 1,285 businesses endorsing the Remain campaign. OurRead more.
Newsletter – Spring 2016
We have recently sent out our Spring newsletter – our first for a while (we’ve been busy). This briefRead more.
Ribble Valley Habitat Bank
The first sale of conservation credits from Ribble Valley Borough Council’s new habitat bank site was recently secured, brokered byRead more.
Toolkit for Local Planning Authorities Released
A common concern we hear from local authorities is they lack the resources to introduce the biodiversity metric and aRead more.
CIEEM In Practice Award for our Chairman
The winning article was in Issue 81 of In Practice from September 2013. In the article David talks from 20 years experienceRead more.
Local press on the Warwickshire, Coventry & Solihull pilot
It is known that the diversity of wildlife has been declining locally within the sub-region as it has been acrossRead more.
Country Land and Business Association backs Biodiversity Offsetting
The Country Land and Business Association writes about the positive contribution biodiversity offsetting could make to mitigating the impact ofRead more.
News release – New Environment Bank partnership with AB Agri
As part of a new landmark partnership between farming and food supply chain group, AB Agri, and the Environment Bank,Read more.
Our response to the Government Consultation on Biodiversity Offsetting
We were pleased to present evidence to the government consultation on biodiversity offsetting. The consultation closed in early November 2013Read more.
Our Oxfordshire offset features in Planning Resource Magazine 18th Oct 2013
Taylor Wimpey is the first housing developer in the UK to ‘offset’ its effect on local biodiversity. Jamie Carpenter reportsRead more.
The Advantages of Biodiversity Offsetting
The current planning system is ‘lose – lose’ – developments are frequently held up or refused because of environmental concerns,Read more.
PRESS RELEASE – UK’s first biodiversity offset agreed in Vale of White Horse District
UK’s first biodiversity offset to restore vital habitat in Vale of White Horse District A new approach to conserving UKRead more.
Government launches consultation on biodiversity offsetting
Earlier this month, the government launched its consultation on biodiversity offsetting in England, with the aim of exploring how offsettingRead more.