Biodiversity study to inform EC liability regime
The European Commission has taken a step towards an EC environmental liability regime by awarding a contract to international fisheries consultants MacAlister Elliott and Partners and the Economics for the Environment Consultancy to examine ways of valuing the costs and benefits of restoring damage to biodiversity.
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