Integrated assessment of regional approaches for biodiversity offsetting in urban-rural areas – A future based case study from Germany using arable land as an example
Tobias Karl David Weber,
Thilo Streck and
Land Use Policy, 2022, vol. 117, issue C
Human interventions, i.e. settlement and construction activities, in the agricultural landscape including farmland but also natural and semi-natural habitats are a major driver of biodiversity loss. Consequently, their impacts on nature and landscape have to be compensated by no net loss policies in many countries around the world. However, their practical implementation often poses challenges with regard to the optimal spatial coordination and assessment of measures, especially in the case of eco-accounts or other habitat banking approaches.
Keywords: Biodiversity offsets; Nature conservation; Eco credits; Agri-environmental policy; Agricultural income; Crop Modelling (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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