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AcronymDefinition
BOBody Odor
BOBox Office
BOBolivia
BOBologna (Emilia Romagna, Italy)
BOBulletin Officiel (French)
BOBig O (anime)
BOBest Offer
BOBusiness Object
BOBochum (Germany)
BOBelarus
BOBusiness Office
BOBack Office
BOBusiness Opportunity
BOBoletín Oficial (Spanish: Official Gazette; Argentina)
BOBarack Obama (44th US president)
BOBlackout
BOBurnout
BOBinary Option (trading)
BOBlue October (band)
BOBiarritz Olympique (French rugby team)
BOBattery Operated
BOBanco de Occidente (Spanish: Western Bank; Honduras)
BOBlow-Off
BOBranch Office
BOBreak Off
BOBattle Orders (Diablo 2 game)
BOBack Order
BOBiological Opinion
BOBack Orifice (trojan horse utility)
BOBiodiversity Offsetting (conservation)
BOBlack Organization (Detective Conan)
BOBilling Official (US DoD)
BOBuzz Off
BOBoom Operator (USAF in-flight refueling)
BOBlood Omen (game)
BOBody Odour (gaming group)
BOBarrel of Oil (oil and gas exploration)
BOBowled Over
BOBuild Order
BOBloc Opératoire (French: Operating Room)
BOBlocked Out
BOBronchiolitis Obliterans
BOBad Order
BOBus Operator
BOBreakout Box
BOBang and Olufsen
BOBridge Officer (gaming)
BOBinary Output
BOBoletim de Ocorrência (Accident Report; Brazil)
BOBucked Off (rodeo)
BOBoarding Officer
BOBilans Otwarcia (opening balance)
BOBuyer's Option
BOBenefits Office
BOBlack Ore (Lineage 2 game)
BOBase Order
BOBusy Out
BOBrain Overload
BOBottom Opened (can collectors)
BOBeneficial Occupancy
BOBudget Obligations
BOBudget Outlay
BOBinary to Octal
BOBorn Organized
BOBattle Operations
BOBranchiootic
BOBruto Oppervlakte (Dutch: Gross Area)
BOBonus Objective (gaming)
BOBlocking Oscillator
BOBench Order
BOBase-Out Prism
BOBloody Orchid (Lineage 2 game)
BOBranch on Overflow (IBM)
BOBowel Opening (anatomy)
BOBarring Order
BOBorrow Output (electrical circuits)
BOBooster Orbiter
BOBeat Oscillator
BOBit Oxide
BOBachelor of Oratory
BOBranch on Ones (IBM)
BOBuffer Overflow/Overrun
BOBearing Observed
BOBom Pra Otário (Brazil)
BOBourget-Opéra (French)
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Biodiversity offsetting and conservation: Reframing nature to save it.
The CCS score covers innovation and impressive features for sustainability such as biodiversity offsetting. The scheme is one of five Como sites to collaborate with the Woodland Trust by sponsoring woodland equivalent to 10% of the floor space for the project.
"Biodiversity offsetting" schemes work in much the same way: A company or individual can purchase "biodiversity credits" to offset their "ecological footprint."
For many, Twyford's subsequent development also represented an early example of biodiversity offsetting, with much of the landscape destroyed to build the motorway being compensated by the building of replacement or alternative venues in the surrounding area.
Biodiversity offsetting seems to be coming into vogue in Madagascar, and bears the risks to unload and shoulder forest degradation and environmental destruction on farmers' traditional behaviour rather than on the destructive extraction practices (cf.
Biodiversity offsetting has become an environmental hot topic, with the first global conference held last week in London as the government, local councils and environmental organisations consider how lost natural habitats could be compensated for.
ENVIRONMENTAL campaigners are making a protest against "biodiversity offsetting" ahead of a major conference.
And proposals for "biodiversity offsetting" - in which developers pay for loss of wildlife by creating new habitat elsewhere - should not be taken further until the results of pilot schemes have been independently assessed.
The Environmental Audit Committee said ministers should not press ahead with the biodiversity offsetting scheme in England until pilot projects set up in 2011 had been properly assessed by independent experts.
THE CLA has submitted its response to the Government's consultation, Biodiversity Offsetting in England, which illustrated the crucial need for new ways to maintain the countryside.
Biodiversity offsetting can ensure that developers have to provide new wildlife sites better than any site that they were allowed to build on.
A classic example of this is the proposed Bellway development for Whitehouse Farm in West Moor, where the Secretary of State is minded to grant permission on the basis of an untested biodiversity offsetting agreement.
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