Newly Published Study Highlights Equitable Ecosystem Investment Through Water Funds


New publication in Conservation Letters by UHERO Environment’s Leah Bremer and colleagues on the importance of centering equity and relationships in the design and implementation of ecosystem investment programs. Recommendations are based on a decade of research on water funds in the Andes, South America.

Bremer, Leah L., Kate A. Brauman, and Marta Echavarría. “Toward more equitable ecosystem investment programs—Adaptation and equity are central to the design and functioning of successful water funds.” Conservation Letters (2023): e12974.

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