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Subtopic: Public lands 5 items found
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Balancing Conservation and Development
New research highlights the economics of critical developing world issues such as deforestation and water supply.
Evaluating Outdoor Recreation Resources
Resources for the Future issues a set of publications evaluating how Americans engage with and value outdoor recreational assets. In support of the bipartisan Outdoor Resources Review Group, RFF is analyzing efforts to conserve and protect the nation’s outdoor heritage, including parks, refuges, and open space at federal, state, and local levels.
"Ground Truthing" Policy
Fellow Shalini Vajjhala engages Pittsburgh residents in a series of map making studies to evaluate if and how mapping can facilitate public participation in environmental decision-making.
The Value of Open Space
RFF Scholars Virginia McConnell and Margaret Walls review ways to estimate the monetary value to community households of urban parks, wetlands, farms, and forests, based on surveys and property value studies.
Valuation of Natural Resource Improvements in the Adirondacks
New York residents are willing to support measures to enhance and maintain the ecosystem of the Adirondack Mountains at a high level of quality, according to an RFF Report that surveyed households across the state.
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