An interstate water quality trading program is preparing to start pilot trades while a new national draft in India would require water footprinting from industries. Meanwhile, Ecosystem Marketplace continues its data collecting for the State of the Watershed Payments Report, due out this fall.
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23 August 2012 | Another busy month! Here at Ecosystem Marketplace, we’ve been hard at work gathering data for a new report, State of Watershed Payments 2012, due out later this fall. If you’re a project developer, there’s still time to submit data for the report, which will provide a global catalog of investments in watershed protection and their size, scope, and outcomes. We rely on your help to track the latest developments in water projects –
We’re also currently building a coalition of sponsors for the report. Sponsorships are critical to our being able to track global trends in financing mechanisms for watershed conservation and offer this information free of charge. The State of Watershed Payments report is the only one of its kind to do so. Stay tuned for information about how to support the report.
On to the news! August’s Water Log brings you quite a few nail-biters. A new draft national water policy in India would
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