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The recently updated Biodiversity Metric 3.1 could mean some developments in England are no longer hitting the mark when it comes to biodiversity net gain.
And with a non-negotiable BNG needed to secure planning, this can be a big problem for those sites assessed before the updated metric came into place in April this year. Here, Director of Ecology, Mike Barker uses his experience on a recent solar project to show the impact of these changes and demonstrate why it’s advisable to review any projects assessed using previous calculators.
Clean energy is a hot topic, but the renewable energy supply chain is a crucial element that should be higher on the world agenda. With limits on the speed and the scale of development, there are big questions we can’t afford to ignore.
Our planet’s natural carbon cycles are designed to be in balance thanks to ecosystems such as forests, oceans, and soils sequestering carbon. But throw human-induced CO2 emissions into the mix and the balance has skewed - nature has been drastically overwhelmed.
Exploring, protecting nature, and building strong teams
Cassi Frey is a Protected Species Observer (PSO) and PAM operator* from Florida. She studied zoology at the University of Florida. Growing up going to Camp SeaWorld, Sea Camp, and living near the water, she has always had a deep love of nature and animals. We interviewed her to find out what it's like to work as a PSO and hear some of her amazing stories!
*What's a PSO? Find out more here
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects and technologies are poised to play a very critical part in the energy transition to more sustainable living. It’s essential that the momentum for these projects increases if we have any chance of meeting net-zero targets by 2050.
On the twentieth anniversary of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games there was much reflection on legacy – both tangible and intangible.
The Covid-19 pandemic has contributed to two very large changes in energy training. There has been a marked increase in digitalisation over face-to-face courses, and the greater need for more adaptable learning material. Remote learning is poised to play a very important role in energy training, so it’s vital to get it right for the global energy sector.
RPS shares our insights on how compliance management systems can be utilized to create transparency across your portfolio for managing and reducing risk, adding value, and streamlining exits.