Biodiversity Management

Biodiversity Management Services

Creation and implementation of strategies that support biodiversity through the management of protected habitats and species. It helps mitigate the impact of the project on biodiversity.

Assessment of the impact on a Natura 2000 site consists in analysing whether a given project may significantly deteriorate the condition of the natural habitats and/or species for the protection of which the site was established, adversely affect the integrity of the site and the coherence of the entire Natura 2000 network.

As a result of the environmental survey, a team of specialists selects plant species corresponding to a given habitat, conducive to the improvement of water and ground conditions and resistant to progressive climate changes.

Thorough checking and substantive evaluation of documentation in terms of the correctness of planned and carried out surveying activities, data analyses and final conclusions and proposals for compensatory and minimizing actions. The purpose of such an audit is to control and correct the activities of subcontractors that could prevent, hinder or delay the timely implementation of the investment and its profitable operation.

Estimating the impact on ecosystem services such as supply (e.g., access to drinking water, harvesting), regulatory and maintenance services (e.g., erosion control and sediment accumulation) and cultural services (e.g., recreation).

Designs of planting vegetation to increase biodiversity in the investment area. Use of compensatory and balancing plantings.

Application of technology supporting the mitigation of the effects of climate change in construction, energy, water management, forestry, agriculture and transport. Adaptation activities are also aimed at protecting biodiversity and particularly vulnerable ecosystems.