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Biodiversity Offsetting in Liberia

Published 22 Feb, 2014

PHF engages with the team behind the World Bank study examining the use of biodiversity offsets in Liberia as an alternative way of habitat protection in the country.

Biodiversity offsets are conservation activities that are designed to give biodiversity benefits to compensate for losses - ensuring that when a development damages nature (and this damage cannot be avoided) new, bigger or better nature sites will be created. 

To read more about Biodiversity Offsetting click here

To read the World Bank’s Program for Forests (PROFOR) study please click here  

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