Tag: biodiversity offsetting
Submission to the Nature Repair Market Bill
My submission to the proposed Nature Repair Market can be found below.
Overestimating rate of biodiversity loss can have unexpected consequences
Thanks to Natalie Kimber @ UNSW for writing this piece about recent work in Oryx led by the brilliant Fleur Maseyk. The report which the article is based on can be downloaded here Overestimating the future rate of biodiversity loss can have unexpected consequences and unintentionally worsen that loss, according to a recent study. Biodiversity loss…
Decision Point editorial: Offsetting in the context of policy
I’m very pleased to have my overview of our recent workshop highlighted as the lead editorial in the latest issue of Decision Point magazine. If you haven’t already read it, please check it out, as well as the many other articles discussing biodiversity offsetting featured in this month’s issue.
A framework to analyse the effectiveness of biodiversity offset policy
This is Part 4 of a series of posts outlining the research journey of my PhD so far. In this series of blog posts, I’ve introduced the motivation for my research topic, described the general range of approaches used to evaluate environmental policies, and have suggested some reasons as to why evaluation may not happen as…
An interdisciplinary approach to evaluating environmental policy: the case of biodiversity offsetting
My presentation given at this week’s North American Society for Conservation Biology (NACCB) Conference held in Missoula, Montana is now on Slideshare:
15th BIOECON: Week One of UK trip
The 15th BIOECON in Cambridge has begun – and so begins my 3 week visit to the UK. The conference is being held at King’s College, a truly dreadful venue with historic architecture, manicured lawns, ambient atmosphere and delicious food. Horrible. Tomorrow I’ll be giving my presentation, which I’ve blogged about previously, but you can view…