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.
Nutrient Assimilation Services for Water Quality Credit Trading Programs
Is What you See What You Get? The Value of Natural Landscape Views
Measuring the Return on Program-Level Conservation Investments: Three Case Studies of Capabilities and Opportunity
Three large-scale conservation projects in Brazil, Canada, and the United States reveal important conservation assessment innovations and demonstrate barriers and opportunities to improve return on investment analysis in conservation.