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A Multi-Benefit Approach to Water Management (2020)
This site includes an overview of the multi-benefit framework, examples for applying the framework, and resources for incorporating multiple benefits into your own work.
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.
Natural infrastructure in the nexus (2015)
This paper discusses how natural infrastructure, the networks of land and water that provide services to people, can help decision makers and infrastructure managers address interconnected challenges facing water, energy and food systems, often referred to as the “nexus.”
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.