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 matter to primary industry and energy businesses. Biodiversity offsets: an introduction provides a succinct overview of what offsets are, why they should be considered as well as covering good practice...
Biodiversity offsets often involve working with people who live within and around the offset area. Our briefing note presents the latest good practice guidance on involving people in the design and implementation of biodiversity offsets.
This report assesses the feasibility of implementing a biodiversity offset in the Moyen Bafing landscape in Republic of Guinea in order to compensate for impacts that Compagnie des Bauxites de Guinée (CBG) and Guinea Alumina Corporation (GAC) will have on the Critically Endangered Western Chimpanzee.
A summary of the global rise in government policies on biodiversity offsets, including the resulting risks and opportunities for industry
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...
Developed by TBC and IUCN, the Global Inventory on Biodiversity Offset Policies is the first online, public inventory, which aims to assist developers, as well as lenders and policy makers.