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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Innovative Financing for Stormwater Infrastructure

  May 9, 2017

Municipal governments face rising demands to install projects that reduce stormwater runoff and meet a broad set of water quality goals, while having a limited budget to do so. Innovation―for financing water infrastructure and tracking its effectiveness―is in desperate need to obtain the largest possible environmental benefit for each dollar spent. A recent report by… Read more »

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How Do You Know Adaptive Management When You See It?

  February 23, 2017      Jeremy Sokulsky  

Environmental policies and programs that lack the ability to demonstrate results are at risk of losing financial and political support. Part of the problem is that programs that do not actively track progress, report results, and adapt as they learn become calcified: they fail to use learning to become more efficient and effective. While nearly... Read more » Continue Reading