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GIS Applications for the evaluation of biodiversity, natural capital and social value.


stuart.young@comitprojects
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Infrastructure projects inevitably cause impacts to our environment, The pressure is therefore on contractors to adhere to new policies using their own initiatives and tools. In addition to adhering to new net gains policies that will be released with the upcoming environment bill, other impacts of not considering our environment include project delays and increases in costs, and damage to a contractors social and sustainable reputation. Integrating GIS to current environmental planning methodologies improves on existing tools for evaluating and quantifying biodiversity and Natural Capital. By doing this we can visualise the areas that would potentially have the highest loss, and adapt the design to mitigate impacts and reduce those losses. 

Join the webinar 11th Dec at 3.30pm for the discussion: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1029016851016993804

@iain miskimmin

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thank you Stuart, an important topic as we look at modelling the natural environment to create the all important digital twin for society. I have a great organic Gin and Tonic to drink whilst listening to this. See you there.

 

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A really interesting topic from Costain. much needed Biodiversity and Natural Capital modelling. See you there with an organic G&T.

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