Nevada Conservation Credit System Improvement Recommendations Report

  December 22, 2017

Key to the long-term success of a conservation program is the adoption of well-supported improvements to the program. Improvements can ensure policies, procedures, and tools continue to support the program’s goals and objectives. The Nevada Conservation Credit System undergoes an annual process to evaluate successes and potential improvements. This report synthesizes the recommended improvements, along with the achievement and challenges of the program, and was adopted by the Sagebrush Ecosystem Council in December, 2016.

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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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What Do Declining Elephant Populations & Failed Hand Pumps Have in Common?

  August 28, 2017

More than you might think. The conservation and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)… Read more »

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How Do You Know Adaptive Management When You See It?

  February 23, 2017     


Environmental policies and programs that lack the ability to demonstrate results are... Read more » Continue Reading