Biodiversity offsets needs legal requirements – EU study

Biodiversity offsets should be based on legally binding commitments by the developer committing the offset, consultants have told the European Commission

by Valerie Flynn
Nature, bumble bee (Credit: Karen Roe)
Nature, bumble bee (Credit: Karen Roe)

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