The recently started Biodiversity Offsets Blog aims to provide an interdisciplinary platform for the information and exchange on Biodiversity Offsets and the Mitigation Hierarchy.
The goal is to mainstream and facilitate the discussion on Biodiversity Offsets. This includes the following objectives:
- The focus lies on biodiversity offsets as such (not market based instruments or other more general topics).
- The formerly widespread information shall be brought together to make it easily accessible for a maximum of people
- and thereby to unite the societal debate with academic findings and practical insights.
- This includes joining different perspectives (biodiversity offsets are not restricted to the interest of business).
The Biodiversity Offsets Blog combines general information (including an updated list of experts, literature, websites etc.) with frequent blog posts on new articles, scientific papers, political news, offset examples on the ground and so on.
As the platform shall bring people and their expertise together, all those who are interested are encouraged to share their knowledge, views, questions or concerns and help to build a broad information base. Find out more here.
The past year has been an exciting one for me: tying together all the loose ends, finalizing my PhD thesis and looking for new endeavors and opportunities… Most importantly, after more than ten years at the Leibniz Institute of Ecological … Continue reading →
Back to blog about news and updates from the world of biodiversity offsets — I am a certified expert on that now ;o)
Wow, can’t believe it’s been a month I haven’t been blogging! I took a couple of weeks off from everything professional and spent some cosy time around Christmas with my family. It wasn’t actually planned, but obviously I really needed … Continue reading →
An incredible first year with the Biodiversity Offsets Blog has passed — time to say THANK YOU for your support and interest! I have met (in person and virtually) so many interesting people and learned about many interesting aspects of … Continue reading →
The world of biodiversity offsets is turning faster and faster — at least that’s what it feels like for me: there’s such a lot of information already out there and increasingly new bits are being added to the giant puzzle … Continue reading →
Many thanks to all, who have responded to the current poll so far (77)! As with the last poll, I would like to close it once 100 participants have been reached. So, please, if you have not yet taken the … Continue reading →
The Biodiversity Offsets Blog is making the rounds — thanks to the team at Mercados de Medio Ambiente for covering the Biodiversity Offsets Blog today in a blog post via one of our recent articles — the guest post contributed … Continue reading →
The Biodiversity Offsets Blog is making the rounds — thanks to the team at Cow Burps for sharing a link and some information on the Biodiversity Offsets Blog today in a blog post. Read more here. Read more about Cow … Continue reading →
As I have recently suggested, I am launching a new poll on the Biodiversity Offsets Blog. Thanks to all who have contributed to shaping this in the related LinkedIn discussion. As a result the OUTCOME or SUCCESS of biodiversity offsets have … Continue reading →
Last night I got an alarming e-mail that it might be possible that some kind of malware was installed on a private computer via downloading a file from the Biodiversity Offsets Blog! Now, this is a very specific blog that — … Continue reading →