Monarch Habitat Quantification Tool Factsheet

  December 12, 2017

Learn more about how the Habitat Quantification Tool informs conservation activities by consistently evaluating habitat quantity and quality for the Monarch Butterfly. Environmental Incentives supported EDF in developing the HQT to facilitate the Monarch Butterfly Habitat Exchange.

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Cost-Benefit Analysis San Diego Region Bacteria TMDLs

  December 7, 2017

Pathogens can threaten the health of those who recreate along the coastline and creeks of San Diego and Orange Counties. With partner ECONorthwest, Environmental Incentives conducted a Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) to evaluate various scenarios to limit the bacteria entering the region’s coastal ecosystems, set forth by the 2010 Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load. The CBA quantifies total benefits and cost-effectiveness of each scenario, helping to inform decision makers as they consider changes to TMDL implementation that could lead to greater benefits at a lower overall cost.

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Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership Fact Sheet

  November 22, 2017

The Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership (SWS) is a global U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) cooperative agreement with the University of Colorado Boulder (UCB) and a consortium of nine partners. It is aimed at developing, demonstrating, learning about, and sharing evidence on systems change approaches in order to improve the sustainability of WASH services and to demonstrate the ways in which such approaches can be incorporated effectively into future WASH sector activities. As the learning partner, Environmental Incentives supports consortium members to test systems-strengthening actions.

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Colorado Delta Funding Framework Executive Summary

  November 14, 2017

The proposed Colorado Delta Conservation Funding Framework will enable the Delta Partnership to scale and achieve the long-term financial and institutional sustainability necessary to support conservation success throughout the Delta – including water, restoration and stewardship needs. The framework defines three programmatic components that can help to achieve regional restoration goals, communicate restoration success, and attract donors to invest in the Delta – Performance Measures, Financial & Institutional Sustainability and Conservation Certificates.

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