A peer-reviewed paper discussing the circumstances under which biodiversity offsets might be appropriate in protected areas.
Written on behalf of IUCN, we prepared this paper as an input towards World Leaders’ Dialogues at the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014, convened by IUCN and the Rockefeller Foundation at the Bellagio Centre, Italy.
A peer-reviewed paper on the growth of NNL and NPI goals by the private sector.
A peer-reviewed scientific paper on the need for, and practicality of, restoration in deep sea ecosystems.
A peer-reviewed paper summarising conditions and activities, including offsets, that are necessary to achieve no net loss. To request a copy of this publication contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A peer-reviewed scientific paper that helps to improve the most commonly-used approach to modelling poorly-known species’ distributions. To request a copy of this publication contact email@example.com.
Scientific correspondence on ‘Biodiversity offsets: relative offsetability of impacts’, clarifying how offsets might address common biodiversity. To request a copy of this publication contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A non-technical overview of biodiversity offsets and their application in the mining industry, including sections on principles, methods, best-practice case studies, ecosystem services, and remaining challenges.
A peer-reviewed scientific paper outlining a practical approach to evaluating the appropriateness of risks to biodiversity and the achievability of offsets. To request a copy of this publication contact email@example.com.
An earlier step towards ‘A process for assessing the offsetability of biodiversity impacts’, commissioned to feed into development of best-practice biodiversity legislation by the Government of New Zealand.
A non-technical guide to biodiversity impact assessment for those designing forest carbon projects, but with broader relevance to anyone considering monitoring biodiversity – including for biodiversity offsets.
A test of proposed methods for quantifying biodiversity losses and gains (from offset development) on a real world example; a planned quarry extension in the UK.