Ecosystem Marketplace is putting out a last call for project developers to include their projects in the State of Watershed Payments 2012 report. Meanwhile Volkswagen has implemented a successful groundwater replenishment project in Mexico and Ecotrust released a study claiming ecological restoration can boost the economy.
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29 September 2012 | Greetings, Water Loggers!
We’ll call this the month of silver linings. This Water Log is full of pleasant surprises appearing in the midst of bad news. A
We’ve also got lots of news on water quality trading, a successful
Here at Ecosystem Marketplace, we’re busy on our upcoming State of Watershed Payments 2012 report, which is shaping up to be our most comprehensive catalog to date of payments for watershed services, water quality trading, and environmental water market programs. The report will track impacts, transaction values, and trends in program design worldwide.
We are committed to providing this valuable information free-of-charge, and for that reason we rely on sponsors to help us bring this information to the public. We’re currently building a coalition of sponsors for the report.
We’re also putting out a last call for project developers to be included in the upcoming report. If you’re working on a restoration or protection project that uses innovative financing to connect watershed stewards and beneficiaries, we want to hear from you.
And finally, we’re hiring! Ecosystem Marketplace is seeking a manager for our Latin American program. Read the description below or
— The Ecosystem Marketplace Team
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