A non-profit attempts to repopulate eastern Washington with beavers while the Australian government transacts big buybacks in the Murray-Darling plan. Meanwhile, green infrastructure continues to thrive in the US. Also, Forest Trends reports on their findings from Rio on scaling up payments for watershed services.
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Speaking of scaling up, green infrastructure continues to boom in the US – the market for green roofs grew 115 percent last year and shows no signs of slowing down, as property owners and cities look for stormwater control strategies that are cost-effective and add to quality of life. Columbia Green Technologies, a green roof systems provider, recently
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