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Podcast: Boosting London’s Biodiversity

WSP UK’s Ecology team and Transport for London discuss our work to increase biodiversity and natural capital in the world’s first national park city. 

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Rebuilding nature’s networks with the railway

The rail sector has a unique opportunity to enhance natural capital beyond biodiversity net gain.
 

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Herbal Remedy: Making Space For Nature In Cities

Can we afford to make space for nature in crowded cities? Can we afford not to? 
 
 

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Taking Action to Protect Nature

We need nature-based solutions to rewild habitats, cut carbon emissions and build resilience.
 

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Greening Cities: What's the Point?

From flood mitigation to mental health: the scientific case summarized
 

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Biodiversity Net Gain

A new role for infrastructure and development in improving Britain’s wildlife.
 

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Helping the UN guide ecosystem restoration into mainstream

WSP USA is a key participant in the United Nations’ Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, a major global initiative to bring awareness to the fight against climate change.
 

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Why Climate Action isn't Always Good for Biodiversity

Our net-zero commitments should bring wider ecological benefits, but if we’re not careful they might exacerbate another global crisis.
 

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Trees and Pollution: A Complex Relationship

Trees can help mitigate air pollution in cities – but only if they are positioned and managed carefully.
 
 

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Building Back Better for the Natural Environment

Overwhelming loss to our animals, plants and landscapes came as a result of Australia’s recent bushfires, accelerating the rate of our declining biodiversity toward what researchers are calling ‘biological annihilation’.
 

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Our Cities Through Green Tinted Glasses

Our cities are the newest ecosystem on our planet, with birds, butterflies and bees, wild flowers and spreading trees.
 
 

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