An interview with environmental economist Steve Polasky, commemorating 10 years of work on the Natural Capital Project.
According to new research by Trucost, agriculture results in global environmental costs of US$3.33 trillion per year.
WAVES Environmental Specialist, Ken Bagstad, provides a closer look at a recent U.S. directive to consider nature’s value in Federal planning and decision-making.
A single rhinoceros horn can bring $300,000 on the black market, but determining the full value of a rhino is more difficult. In some countries, where preserving animals and habitats are keys to tourism, losing these things imposes a steep economic cost.