An assessment of how biodiversity offsets can be applied in the marine environment to achieve better outcomes and a discussion on the opportunities and challenges for marine conservation policy and practice.
Biodiversity offsets compensate for the negative impacts of development that remain after full application of the mitigation hierarchy. While offsetting for impacts on a marine habitat shares many characteristics of the approach...
A peer-reviewed paper that describes compilation of the first global map of likely or potential Critical Habitat for the marine realm.
Our report for the Australian Government explores how to approach marine offsets for the Great Barrier Reef.
A peer-reviewed scientific paper on the need for, and practicality of, restoration in deep sea ecosystems.