Biodiversity is the variety of genetic diversity, species, ecosystems and their interactions. For years, biodiversity has been in rapid decline across many parts of the world. Fortunately, these declines are receiving increasing attention, both by governments and local initiatives. Thanks to our unique combination of specialist ecological knowledge and extensive experience in practical solutions for benefitting wildlife we are at the forefront of reversing declines in biodiversity.

When species disappear and populations become more vulnerable, this affects the entire ecosystem. Inbalances can occur such as an increase in pests and a decrease in pollinators. Maintaining biodiversity is essential for a healthy and resilient ecosystem, and also for humans.

Advice on increasing biodiversity

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.


Human developments have unintentionally damaged biodiversity. Fortunately, the natural world is fairly resilient if given the opportunity. With the right knowledge development projects can provide these opportunities and contribute to increasing biodiversity. Although this is often a legal requirement, it should be viewed as a benefit to the project rather than a hindrance. Our experts find opportunities for your project to help biodiversity recovery and integration with the surrounding landscape.