Biodiversity Offsets — A collection of news by Carlos Ferreira on

I usu­ally stroll through the net search­ing for news on bio­di­ver­sity off­sets. Actu­ally I have the feel­ing that I don’t need to search for the news any­more, but the news “find me”. I come across an inter­est­ing arti­cle, a new com­ment or even a new guid­ance that is dis­cussed or released every­time I am open­ing my browser.

But yesterday’s “prey” was some­thing spe­cial that I want to share with you. I have never heard of! before. That is a an online plat­form, where you can col­lect news on your field(s) of inter­est in a sort of folder or time­line. It is as easy as book­mark­ing, but with the advan­tages that the items are dis­played visu­ally and in the order you added them. You can also add a short per­sonal com­ment on every item you add. Fur­ther­more, you can add key­words and will auto­mat­i­cally have sug­ges­tions for inter­est­ing news that are reg­u­larly updated. I will change my old browser book­marks to scoop and have cre­ated

You may ask your­self what that has got to do with bio­di­ver­sity off­sets and how you can ben­e­fit from this. Do have a look at That is a col­lec­tion started by Car­los Fer­reira specif­i­cally on bio­di­ver­sity off­sets. This dates back to 2011 and is a real valu­able source of infor­ma­tion. Thanks, Car­los for pulling this together and for shar­ing — I will def­i­nitely fol­low this!


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