Australia streamlines biodiversity offsets at the state level in New South Wales, but the national Biodiversity Fund will be defunded to the tune of $231 million as a side effect of the country moving to a floating carbon price. Meanwhile, wetlands are on everyone’s mind in the Gulf of Mexico, and a new crowdfunding platform is launched.
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21 August 2013 | Greetings! This month’s MitMail brings you a quartet of stories on the Gulf, where big things are happening. We cover a
Biodiversity offsets are pushing new frontiers too – in
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