Abstract Water agencies and utilities wishing to support water-sensitive projects face the challenge of deciding which of the many possible projects they should support with their limited resources. Projects vary greatly in their benefits and costs, so selecting the best…
There are many characteristics that impact a person’s willingness to pay for public goods. Willingness to pay for environmental services, such as stormwater quality improvement or cooler temperatures in suburbs, varies significantly across households with different incomes. Insights on community preference and the value placed on various environmental strategies are helping to inform decisions on project
investment and policy design.