Ecosystem Marketplace returns from Katoomba XVIII in Beijing full of stories, podcasts and videoblogs on the meeting that focused on forests, water and people. Upon returning, EM turns its attention to new White House guidance on water investments and an innovative wastewater treatment wetlands project in the Colorado Delta.
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Greetings Water Loggers!
4 June 2013 | We’re back from Beijing after the 18th Katoomba meeting held earlier this month. With a focus on the links between forests, water, and people, we were spoiled for choice in covering the conference. Check out the ‘EM Headlines’ section in this newsletter for a selection of stories from the meeting – including
We also had the pleasure of coming home to an inbox full of good news on watershed investments around the world. On the policy front, in the US,
South of the border,
For those of you with your toes in other markets, our latest State of the Voluntary Carbon Markets report just launched. We’ve tracked 4% global growth in voluntary demand for offsets and a 34% leap in the European markets. You can
Or just go ahead and dive on in to this month’s water news. And remember that we love hearing from you – if you have a tip on an exciting new project or policy development (or even some bad news), don’t forget to
— The Ecosystem Marketplace Team
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