Biodiversity Offsets Blog reloaded: offsets, biodiversity, science-policy interfaces and a dodo from time to time

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

Biodiversity Offsets Blog wishes you a HAPPY NEW YEAR 2016!

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

Do you think it is pos­si­ble to mea­sure the suc­cess of bio­di­ver­sity offsets? – I need your opinion, please!

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

Biodiversity Offsets Blog goes Spanish – on Mercados de Medio Ambiente

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

Biodiversity Offsets Blog on Cow Burps – A UK-based environmental economics blog

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

New Poll: Do you think it is pos­si­ble to mea­sure the suc­cess of bio­di­ver­sity offsets?

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