Faustian bargains? Restoration realities in the context of biodiversity offset policies
The science and practice of ecological restoration are increasingly being called upon to compensate for the loss of biodiversity values caused by development projects. Biodiversity offsetting-compensating for losses of biodiversity at an impact site by generating ecologically equivalent gains elsewhere-therefore places substantial faith in the ability of restoration to recover lost biodiversity. Furthermore, the increase in offset-led restoration multiplies the consequences of failure to...[Show more]
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