Water practice expands with Senior Associate Evan Branosky

August 8, 2017

We are excited to welcome to the team Evan Branosky, who joined Environmental Incentives this spring as a Senior Associate in the Water practice area. Bringing his diverse skill set in research and analysis, strategic planning, and program design, Evan will focus on expanding the company’s efforts to improve water quality across the country. Previously,… Read more »

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Draft Bacteria Cost-Benefit Analysis Released

August 3, 2017

Water-borne pathogens―which cause illnesses and beach closings―are the focus of the San Diego Region’s 2010 Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL). To understand the implications of various approaches to reducing bacteria levels, the cost-benefit analysis (CBA) uses the best available science and most current economic techniques to evaluate the benefits of several alternative scenarios. The… Read more »

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First Greater Sage-Grouse credits are available for sale in Nevada!

July 19, 2017

Over 800 credits of high quality Greater Sage-Grouse habitat are available for purchase through Nevada’s Conservation Credit System one year after project funding.  The State of Nevada provided seed-funding to four credit projects in the spring of 2016, two of which have credits for sale and a third is expected to have credits available for sale… Read more »

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Environmental Incentives Principles In Practice

June 15, 2017

Environmental Incentives’ mission is to enhance the environmental systems that sustain healthy communities. We do this by empowering public and private sector leaders to maximize their effectiveness using Performance-Driven Conversation® tools and practices. Our founders and staff believe we each hold the potential to make a positive impact on the world. At EI, our first… Read more »

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