UK’s first bio-offset sale to go ahead

DEFRA has delayed a green paper on biodiversity offsetting until the autumn to refine its policies, but his is not stopping the first project going ahead

Meadows are often lost to developments (photograph: Photoverulam, CC by SA 2.0)The UK’s first biodiversity offsets scheme is to go ahead imminently in Oxfordshire.

Construction firm Taylor Wimpey is to buy offsets to create a meadow on a chalk escarpment

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