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CLIMATE CHANGE: Opportunities to Reduce Federal Fiscal Exposure (2019)
This report provides an analysis of the economic costs and benefits of climate change to U.S. sectors and regions.
Green Cities: Good Health (2019)
This web site provides an overview of the scientific evidence of human health and well-being benefits provided by urban forestry and urban greening.
Incorporating Multiple Benefits into Water Projects: A Guide for Water Managers (2020)
This guidebook uses a “multi-benefit framework” to provide a modular, flexible approach for water managers interested in incorporating multiple benefits into water management decisions.
Multi-Benefit Resource Library (2019)
The Pacific Institute has launched a resource library containing insights on the multiple benefits of a broad range of water management strategies.
Nature and Health (2014)
This article presents the state of knowledge with regards to human health and well-being from contact with nature.
Scaling Green Stormwater Infrastructure Through Multiple Benefits in Austin, Texas: Distributed Rainwater Capture on Residential Properties in the Waller Creek Watershed (2020)
This case study explores a collaboration between the Pacific Institute, the City of Austin, the National Wildlife Federation, and Texas Water Trade to scale green stormwater infrastructure on residential properties in Austin.
Water Resources Management: Optimizing within a Watershed Context (2007)
This resource provides an explanation of a model that was developed to evaluate a broad range of technical, economic, and policy management options within a watershed context.