Nature Market Repair Bill: why some farmers oppose biodiversity offsets

Eight thousand farmers across Australia have opposed the inclusion of biodiversity offsets for land clearing in the federal government's Nature Market Repair Bill, which they say could not effectively offset habitat loss from other developments.

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Read more: Farmers for Climate ActionNature Repair Market BillFiona DavisAustralian Conservation FoundationBiodiversity ActZoe Daniel