ENVIRONMENTAL MARKETS EXPLAINED

Environmental regulations such as the Clean Water Act and Endangered Species Act have long attempted to balance economic considerations with those of our planet. In order to achieve a "no-net loss" of important natural resources, developers are increasingly turning to ecological offsets to meet compliance needs. These offsets functionally improve outcomes for those critical resources - water, air, species - while also providing more efficient compliance outcomes for customers.

 

Who We Partner With

Magnolia engages many stakeholders in the environmental community to develop mitigation projects that embody the highest values in environmental stewardship. These local relationships allow us to find creative solutions to even the most challenging permitting issues.

 
  • Regulators & Agencies
  • Permittees
  • Non-Profits
  • Consultants
  • Private conservationists
  • Landowners

To keep every cog and wheel is the first precaution of intelligent tinkering.
— Aldo Leopold