Virgin Atlantic: A small victory in a bigger battle
Controversy has long plagued the Oddar Meanchey carbon offset project in Cambodia.
Solid evidence has been in the public domain for years that forests supposed to be protected by the project—which has been backed by the United...
Biodiversity offsetting at all costs?
Despite its own consultation on how to halt biodiversity loss showing little support for biodiversity offsetting in the EU, the European Commission has released a large and detailed study on how to implement biodiversity...
Blog: Aviation industrys carbon offsetting plans keep flying into trouble
Keeping global warming below 1.5°C - which the Paris Agreement strives to – means fundamental changes for industries from energy to transport. Yet the aviation sector - one of the planet’s biggest emitters of carbon dioxide (CO2)...
European Commission’s biodiversity offset report shows it is deaf to the concerns of EU citizens
This press release raises concern about a new European Commission report on biodiversity offsetting which was commissioned before the conclusion of the Commission consultation on No Net Loss.
Au-delà de la compensation de biodiversité ; les droits des communautés bradés au Gabon
Biodiversity offsetting smacks of middle class environmentalism
Only a fool would deny that there is a housing crisis, but alleviating it doesn’t have to involve bulldozing ancient woods
Open letter to Commissioner Potočnik about biodiversity offsetting
This letter from a group of concerned organisations and individuals who believe that legislation on biodiversity offsetting being considered by the European Commission would harm nature and people, and would give power to those...
Biodiversity offsetting, fait réaliser des rêves
La compensation de la biodiversité réalise les rêves. C’est une licence qui permet de faire en sorte que les rêves des mauvais développeurs deviennent une réalité.
À travers le monde, la compensation de la biodiversité justifie...
Nature is not for sale!
This event on 2 June 2014 at the Regent’s Park Hub was the second forum on the natural commons. It was split into two discussions. The first considered new directions in conservation and took a closer look at ‘value’ and...