Ecosystem Services Indicators: Improving the Linkage between Biophysical and Economic Analyses

Social consequences can provide potent justifications for environmental protection and management, and human preferences and related behaviors are the key to understanding both the cause of and solutions to most environmental challenges.

Working Paper by James Boyd, Paul Ringold, Alan Krupnick, Robert Johnston, Matthew Weber, and Kim Hall — 1 minute read — Sept. 14, 2015



James Boyd

Senior Fellow

Paul Ringold

Alan Krupnick

Senior Fellow

Robert Johnston

Matthew Weber

Kim Hall