Secretary of State visits Warwickshire Biodiversity Offsetting Pilot
On 18th July Rt Hon Owen Patterson, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs visited the Warwickshire, Coventry
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Biodiversity Offsetting features in The New Scientist
Fred Pearce is a consultant of environmental issues for the New Scientist. With reference to the Environment Bank, he writes
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Policy Update
Nick Blyth, IEMA policy and practice lead, looks at recent developments in biodiversity offsetting. After a recent summit hosted by Owen Paterson,
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The Role of Coastal Engineers in Delivering No Net Loss through Biodiversity Offsetting
In light of the 2011 Natural Environment White Paper, the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) published a paper on the 7th May
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The State of Natural Capital Report
As one of the Natural Environment White Paper’s main commitments the Natural Capital Committee (NCC) was established in May 2012
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Conservation Covenants
A conservation covenant is a voluntary agreement between a landowner and responsible body (charity, public body or local/central Government)to do
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Ecosystems Market Taskforce Final Report
“The report states the business case for why nature matters. It makes practical recommendations for both Government and business where
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The Environment Bank Newsletter Spring 2012
The Environment Bank – the UK’s only independent biodiversity offset broker – continues to grow as biodiversity offsetting takes off.
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BBOP releases it’s ‘Standard on Biodiversity Offsets’
The Environment Bank warmly welcomes the release this week of the Business and Biodiversity Offsets Programme (BBOP) report on ‘Standard
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Working with biodiversity offsets
Environment Bank Chief Executive Tom Tew sets out the advantages of biodiversity offsetting, and considers how it might operate in
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Biodiversity Offsetting is Win/Win
Tom Tew, Chief Executive of the Environment Bank writes for Mineral Planning in October 2011. You can read his article
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The Environment Bank Newsletter Spring 2011
This has been our most active period to date with two major developments in our work. First, the  Environment Bank
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