UK’s first biodiversity offset to restore vital habitat in Vale of White Horse District A new approach to conserving UK
Earlier this month, the government launched its consultation on biodiversity offsetting in England, with the aim of exploring how offsetting
David's article in CIEEM InPractice magazine can be viewed here
Intermediaries in Environmental Offset Markets – a study by Anthea Coggan, Edwin Buitelaar, Stuart M. Whitten & Jeff Bennett. (2012)
Louise Martland, Biodiversity Offsetting Project Officer for the Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull pilot talks to Savills about the benefits to
Factors that Influence transaction costs in development offsets: Who bears what and why? Anthea Coggan, Edwin Buitelaar, Stuart Whitten, Jeff
On 18th July Rt Hon Owen Patterson, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs visited the Warwickshire, Coventry
Fred Pearce is a consultant of environmental issues for the New Scientist. With reference to the Environment Bank, he writes
Nick Blyth, IEMA policy and practice lead, looks at recent developments in biodiversity offsetting. After a recent summit hosted by Owen Paterson,
In light of the 2011 Natural Environment White Paper, the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) published a paper on the 7th May
As one of the Natural Environment White Paper’s main commitments the Natural Capital Committee (NCC) was established in May 2012
A conservation covenant is a voluntary agreement between a landowner and responsible body (charity, public body or local/central Government)to do
“The report states the business case for why nature matters. It makes practical recommendations for both Government and business where
The Environment Bank – the UK’s only independent biodiversity offset broker – continues to grow as biodiversity offsetting takes off.
The Environment Bank warmly welcomes the release this week of the Business and Biodiversity Offsets Programme (BBOP) report on ‘Standard
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