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Inquiry status: Report published and Government response received
The Environmental Audit Committee launched an inquiry into the Government consultation on Biodiversity offsetting in England, which proposed to introduce a system for allowing biodiversity loss associated with developments to be measured and offset against compensatory biodiversity gain elsewhere.
The aim of the inquiry was to contribute to a wider ongoing inquiry by the Committee on Well-being. In that inquiry we took evidence from Prof Dieter Helm, chair of the Natural Capital Committee, which included some discussion of the scope for biodiversity offsetting.
EAC to publish response on Friday 28 March 2014
Environmental Audit Committee publishes report on Biodiversity Offsetting
Publication of report on Biodiversity Offsetting
Evidence session on Biodiversity offsetting will take place on Wednesday 23 October
The Committee invites written submissions by Tuesday 15 October
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