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The fallacy at the heart of the Governments biodiversity offsetting proposals
I have been thinking a bit more about last week’s Biodiversity Offsetting debate at the All Party Parliamentary Group on Biodiversity, which I blogged about here. Something was niggling away at the back of my mind and I couldn’t quite … Continue reading
Posted in agriculture, biodiversity, Biodiversity APPG, biodiversity offsetting, EIA, farming, housing, meadows, Owen Paterson, regulatory reform Tagged All Party Parliamentary Group, biodiversity, Biodiversity action plan, biodiversity offsets, Defra, Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs, EIA, Environment, nature after minerals 5 Comments