Natural, or ”green,” infrastructure projects rely on services produced by ecosystems, often utilizing natural landscapes to minimize flood damages, purify and store water, and reduce urban stormwater runoff. Research by RFF experts informs effective implementation by determining how to best target investments and measure costs and benefits.
Testimony and Public Comments — Feb 13, 2019
Testimony on the Use of Natural Infrastructure for Watershed Restoration and Water Management
Forest management can actively support water capture and storage, taking advantage of natural infrastructure to protect water sources and restore watersheds.
Working Paper — Jul 13, 2015
Nutrient Assimilation Services for Water Quality Credit Trading Programs
Journal Article — Jan 31, 2015