Safeguarding biodiversity is not only linked to preserving natural areas. There are many opportunities in cities and built up areas, along roads and railways, in canals and rivers, in urban fringe zones, and in agricultural areas.
Biodiversity is often determined by the extent of human impacts on an area. Whether biodiversity is afforded a prominent place within a landscape depends on the planned uses for an area as well as the level of ambition. Our advisors help identify opportunities for increasing biodiversity in both large- and small-scale projects. Our advice is both goal-oriented and practical.