Nature and natural infrastructure are critical assets in strengthening cities’ resilience to a broad range of shocks and stresses.
A collaboration among economists and conservation organizations in three counties have released the Healthy Lands & Healthy Economies Initiative – a regional and Sonoma County report that estimates the value of our working and natural lands, our ‘natural capital.’
Colorado has long been a leader in innovative funding for recreation. The commission is interested in a larger conversation around long-term funding, with the understanding of changing demographics and increased pressure on Colorado’s recreation lands.
Discovery Park is an important natural asset for the City of Seattle. The park has provided ecosystem benefits for generations, and continues to support a vibrant culture and robust economy today.
Wild rice, or manoomin, is central to Ojibwe cultural identity, spiritual traditions, and physical well-being. It is an important species to the ecology of Minnesota’s lakes and rivers and provides critical food and habitat to both endemic and migratory species.
Our connection to the outdoors is embedded in the culture of the Pacific Northwest. The splendor of our natural environment beckons us, defines us, and sustains us. The outdoors are a fundamental part of our unique identity.
Farmland LP 2017 Impact Report: $21.4 Million Net Ecosystem Service Value Benefits Demonstrated Using Regenerative Agriculture at Scale.
A primer for water leaders on how to debt-finance distributed infrastructure projects and consumer rebates.
Investing in Mangroves today for a more resilient Panama tomorrow.
Nature’s Value in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
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