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May 14, 2014
The greater sage grouse is a large, ground-dwelling bird that relies upon healthy sagebrush ecosystems. This land is also used for cattle ranching and oil and gas development, two of Colorado’s largest economic drivers. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service faces a 2015 deadline to decide if the greater sage grouse should be protected by an Endangered Species… Read more »Continue Reading
December 20, 2013
Environmental Incentives (EI) is pleased to announce the promotion of Eoin Doherty to Senior Associate. Eoin Doherty has been at EI for almost 4 years and is EI’s first staff person promoted to Senior Associate. Eoin has demonstrated his ability to create significant value to our clients through the development of innovative performance-based policy and… Read more »Continue Reading
August 13, 2013
Can we develop our nation’s energy resources and foster economic growth in a way that protects wildlife and the landscapes on which they depend? The Wall Street Journal asked this question in their July 19th article, “Save a Chicken, Drill a Well” which highlighted the Lesser Prairie Chicken Habitat Exchange as an innovative approach to… Read more »Continue Reading
Environmental Incentives is excited to announce the opening of a Washington, D.C. office, which will serve as the headquarters of the Measuring Impact project. Last year, EI became the prime contractor for the Measuring Impact (MI) project, a 5-year USAID-funded project with the goal to create more effective biodiversity, forest and integrated conservation around the… Read more »Continue Reading