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Review of existing Benefit: Cost Analysis (BCA) tools relevant to water-sensitive cities

Existing literature and relevant stakeholders have been consulted to understand what tools are already being used (and by whom) and the extent of their use in decision-making processes. Existing tools for benefit-cost analysis have been reviewed to determine their suitability…
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  • Date Published: 20th Dec 2017

Saving a creek one bid at a time: A uniform price auction for urban stormwater retention

Abstract Urban stormwater runoff degrades waterway health. We describe a market-based approach to identify the most efficient investments to reduce urban stormwater impacts at minimum cost. The framework involves the joint consideration of public and private supply of environmental services…
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  • Date Published: 17th Dec 2014

You did, so you can and you will: Self-efficacy as a mediator of spillover from easy to more difficult pro-environmental behaviour

Abstract The dynamic relationship self-efficacy holds with behaviour leads us to suggest that self-efficacy may be a mediating mechanism for spillover. We tested this proposition by investigating whether engaging in simple and easy pro-environmental behaviour is associated with self-efficacy, which…
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  • Date Published: 24th Oct 2016
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