Transferable Mitigation of Environmental Impacts of Development: Two Cases of Offsets in Australia
Transferable offsets are a means of mitigating the adverse environmental impacts of resource developments. Based on insights from institutional economics, there are three elements that need to be in place for offsets to be effective: (1) property rights o
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