The development of the Australian environmental offsets policy: from theory to practice

@article{Miller2015TheDO,
  title={The development of the Australian environmental offsets policy: from theory to practice},
  author={Katherine L. Miller and James Trezise and Stefan Kraus and Kimberley J Dripps and M. Evans and P. Gibbons and H. Possingham and M. Maron},
  journal={Environmental Conservation},
  year={2015},
  volume={42},
  pages={306 - 314}
}
SUMMARY Environmental offsetting involves compensating for the residual adverse impacts of an action on the environment by generating an equivalent benefit elsewhere. As the prevalence of environmental offsetting grows, so does the challenge of translating no-net-loss goals to workable policy. From 2011–2012, the Australian Government developed an Environmental Offsets Policy and an accompanying metric (the Offsets Assessment Guide) to support decision making about offset requirements under the… Expand
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