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Incentivising nature positive action - The potential role of a biodiversity credit system in Aotearoa New Zealand

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Join our Webinar if you are:

  • A business that wants to invest more in nature
  • An on-the-ground nature project that needs more investment
  • Interested in understanding more about biodiversity credits
  • Interested to learn more about the future of biodiversity credits in Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Have questions for the experts

The Government is exploring whether a biodiversity credit system could help to incentivise positive action for native habitats and wildlife in Aotearoa New Zealand. Public consultation is open from 7 July to 3 November 2023.

The Ministry for the Environment (MfE) and Department of Conservation (DOC) are seeking feedback on the need for, and the design of, a biodiversity credit system, and the different roles of government and Māori in implementing it.

As part of the consultation, a series of sector-specific webinars are being held. These webinars are an opportunity to: share information on what the Government is doing in this space, hear sector perspectives and ask questions about the potential for a biodiversity credit system. 


  • Mike Jebson, Engagement lead, Southern Falcon Consulting
  • Andrew Marshall, Project lead & Principle Advisor, Ministry for the Environment
  • Cameron Loader, Senior Policy Advisor, Department of Conservation

There will be plenty of time for questions.

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