20 things you need to know about the government's biodiversity net gain proposals

In January the government published a consultation setting out how its new biodiversity net gain requirement could work. Michael Donnelly and Ruth Amundson set out 20 key points you need to know about the proposals

by Michael Donnelly and Ruth Amundson
Restored quarry at Ouse Fen Reserve, Cambridgeshire: consultation recognises minerals industry’s biodiversity contribution but stops short of exemptions. Photograph: Justin Tallis/Getty Images
Restored quarry at Ouse Fen Reserve, Cambridgeshire: consultation recognises minerals industry’s biodiversity contribution but stops short of exemptions. Photograph: Justin Tallis/Getty Images

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