Offsets promise to make up for environmental damage in one place by repairing it elsewhere. But do they really work?

Read the full story at Anthropocene Magazine.

In the most detailed study of its kind, scientists investigated biodiversity offsets purchased by owners of one of the world’s largest nickel mines. In this case, it looks like the mining company succeeded.

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