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Land Use: 2021 - Offsetting as if People Mattered: Social Aspects of Biodiversity Offsetting - SESSION #5

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Victoria Griffiths, Researcher, The Landscapes and Livelihoods Group

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Linus Hasselström, KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm Sweden

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Scott Cole, WSP Sweden

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Céline Jacob, Researcher - Blue Economy

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Charlie Palmer, Practice Leader (EIA) at Hemmera

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Helping Alberta make better land use decisions. The Alberta Land Institute (ALI) is an independent research institute founded at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Alberta Canada. We promote research to inform public debate and decision-making in the province.

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Céline Jacob, Vertigo Lab (formely at Université du Québec en Outaouais) and Jérôme Dupras, Université du Québec en Outaouais

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Get Victoria's paper - No net loss for people and biodiversity

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Get Victoria's paper - Ensuring No Net Loss for people as well as biodiversity: good practice principles

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Get Victoria's paper - Incorporating local nature-based cultural values into biodiversity No Net Loss strategies

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Get Charlie's paper - Effectiveness of Fish Habitat Compensation in Canada in Achieving No Net Loss

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Get Charlie's paper - Assessing Habitat Compensation and Examining Limitations to Native Plant Establishment in the Lower Fraser River Estuar