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Floodplain Conservation as a Flood Mitigation Strategy: Examining Costs and Benefits
Kousky, C. and M. Walls
Ecological Economics | 104 | pp. 119-128 | Related Discussion Paper 13-22-REV
 
Flooding and Resilience: Valuing Conservation Investments in a World with Climate Change
Carolyn Kousky, Margaret A. Walls, Ziyan Chu
RFF Discussion Paper 13-38 | December 2013
 
Floodplain Conservation as a Flood Mitigation Strategy: Examining Costs and Benefits
Carolyn Kousky, Margaret A. Walls
RFF Discussion Paper 13-22-REV | October 2013
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Events
Whither Markets for Environmental Regulation of Air, Water, and Land? 
December 5, 2012
Event Type: First Wednesday Seminar
Related Topics: Air Quality, Land Use, Water, Policy and Analysis, International
 
Challenges and Opportunities in Managing the World’s Forests  
November 5, 2009
Event Type: Seminar
Related Topics: Forests, Land Use, International
 
U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander: The Perils of Energy Sprawl 
October 5, 2009
Event Type: Policy Leadership Forum
Related Topics: Energy, Land Use, Policy and Analysis
 
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Features
Balancing Conservation and Development
New research highlights the economics of critical developing world issues such as deforestation and water supply.
Evaluating Outdoor Recreation Resources
Resources for the Future issues a set of publications evaluating how Americans engage with and value outdoor recreational assets. In support of the bipartisan Outdoor Resources Review Group, RFF is analyzing efforts to conserve and protect the nation’s outdoor heritage, including parks, refuges, and open space at federal, state, and local levels.
"Ground Truthing" Policy
Fellow Shalini Vajjhala engages Pittsburgh residents in a series of map making studies to evaluate if and how mapping can facilitate public participation in environmental decision-making.
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