Building renewable energy in balance with biodiversity
Scaling renewable energy can impact life on land and at sea. We continue to find ways to develop robust biodiversity management practices to build green energy in balance with the local environment and habitats.
Despite global political commitments to protect biodiversity, the variety of life found on land and in our seas continues to shrink at an alarming pace. As climate change is posing a fundamental threat to biodiversity, scaling up renewable energy needs to play an important role in protecting the world’s ecosystems. But accelerating the build-out of renewable energy structures itself comes with important environmental considerations.