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A NEW PLAN
FOR THE PLANET

Advancing a new mechanism for nature recovery

Partnership at Climate Week New York and World Biodiversity Summit

With over 6,000 acres of habitat creation underway, we are rapidly combating biodiversity loss through privately funded nature recovery.

Our landscape-scale nature recovery projects generate high-integrity Biodiversity Net Gain Units and Nature Shares that ensure the effective implementation of biodiversity net gain legislation and corporate natural capital markets.

Green Landscape - Habitat Bank Creation

Habitat Bank Creation

Diversify your income and create amazing spaces for nature with a fully funded co-created Habitat Bank.

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Green Landscape with Vibrant Flora Under Blue Sky

Biodiversity Net Gain Units

High-integrity local Biodiversity Units that satisfy stringent biodiversity net gain planning requirements.

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Expansive Green Landscape on Biodiversity Credits Page

Nature Shares

World-leading restoration projects carried out with the highest standards of ecological practice, enabling businesses to take a share in nature recovery.

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A effective route through BNG planning with off-site Biodiversity Units from Environment Bank

Four months on from BNG becoming mandatory, our team have been dedicated to delivering the best outcomes for nature and development.

From top-10 house builders and social housing to sustainable commercial and utilities projects, we're working with a broad range of developers to provide them with an effective route through planning using off-site Biodiversity Units and expert BNG support.

Our latest videos

Off-site Biodiversity Units from Environment Bank
Environment Bank at UKREiiF 2024
Biodiversity equity shares - nature doesn't need to wait
Richard Pendlebury, Landowner and Farmer, Discussing Bolton Habitat Bank Creation
Bolton Habitat Bank Creation case study
Devon Habitat Bank Creation Case Study - Two People Near Pond
Devon Habitat Bank Creation Case Study
David Hill CBE Discussing Biodiversity Urgency
Urgency for biodiversity