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INFFEWS Value tool: Guideline (Version 1)

The purpose of this document is to provide a readily accessible guideline on how to adjust existing non-market values for application in a new context. It also provides step-by-step rules on how to use the CRCWSC Value tool. This guideline…
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  • Date Published: 17th Jun 2019

Stakeholder Needs Assessment Report

The Integrated Research Project 2: Comprehensive Economic Evaluation Framework (IRP2) is working on developing an economic evaluation framework to identify and quantify economic, environmental and community values of investments in water sensitive practices and systems. The ultimate output of the…
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  • Date Published: 20th Dec 2017

Review of non-market values of water sensitive systems and practices: An update

Urbanization is happening at a rapid rate across the world. Current urban areas cover less than 5% of the terrestrial surface. However, if the current trend in population growth continues, it has been predicted that by 2030 urban areas will…
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  • Date Published: 20th Dec 2017

Cost-effective Strategies to Reduce Nitrogen and Phosphorus Emissions in an Urban River Catchment

Emissions of nutrients from non-point sources such as gardens, agriculture, public open space, sports fields and septic tanks pose an ongoing threat to the ecological health of Western Australia’s Swan Canning Estuary, a system with high recreational and ecological value…
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  • Date Published: 14th Aug 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

Putting One’s Money Where One’s Mouth is: Increasing Saliency in the Field

Abstract We present a novel approach to address the difference between stated and paid choices and evaluate its effectiveness using a field experiment. In an experiment on local water management, some households were randomly treated with the saliency method. This…
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  • Date Published: 2nd Jun 2014
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