Biodiversity Offsetting – some further thoughts

Today’s blog appears on the Woodland Trust Blog site.

About Miles King

UK conservation professional, writing about nature, politics, life. All views are my own and not my employers. I don't write on behalf of anybody else.
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3 Responses to Biodiversity Offsetting – some further thoughts

  1. Miles King says:

    thanks Rob. I am struggling a bit with the ipad version of wordpress and may have just inadvertently deleted your comment. Hopefully by replying to it, it will reappear!

    You make a very cogent point which I will return to soon.

    Miles King


  2. Gone: wish I could remind myself what I said now! Esp as Defra consultation about to end….

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