‘Ecologically disastrous’: The lessons from the ‘early adopters’ that have pioneered net gain

A number of companies have tried to get ahead of the biodiversity net gain game by picking up and running with the idea before it becomes mandatory. What have they learnt and has it all gone to plan?

by James Fair
Cornwall: the county council was an early adopter of biodiversity net gain. Photograph: Getty Images
Cornwall: the county council was an early adopter of biodiversity net gain. Photograph: Getty Images

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