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Prioritising and evaluating biodiversity projects
(Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce, Lincoln University, 2011)
Funds available for biodiversity projects are scarce. Choices must therefore be made on how to use limited resources most effectively, and such decisions should be based on clear and measurable objectives for achievement ...
An overview of prioritisation and evaluation approaches for biodiversity projects
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance., 2012-02)
The need for biodiversity conservation has been recognised for at least 25 years. Conserving biodiversity is a big challenge ‘We cannot preserve everything ... The laws of economics apply to diversity’ Weitzman 1992. Opportunism ...
The sustainability and cost-effectiveness of water storage projects on Canterbury rivers: the Opihi River case
(New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, 2010-08)
There is an increasing demand for water resources in the Canterbury region. The impact of this demand has lead to unacceptable minimum river flows, which has resulted in adverse affects to river ecology. In an effort to ...
Evaluating the sustainability of impounded river systems and the cost-effectiveness of dam projects: an ecosystem services approach
(Australian Agricultural & Resource Economics Society, 2011-02)
In recent times, there has been increasing demand in the Canterbury region of New Zealand for the abstraction of water from rivers. The impact of this demand has lead to unacceptable minimum river flows and has adversely ...