Evaluating Market Transactions, Litigation, and Regulation as Tools for Implementing Environmental Restoration

by B. G. Colby; T. P. d'Estrée

Jan 1, 2000
Restoration of degraded ecosystems and declining species is a complex public process in which the interests of environmental organizations, irrigators, logging companies, water utilities, Native American communities, and multiple layers of public agencies often conflict. Once policymakers have consulted with stakeholders, identitied restoration goals, initiated scientific investigations, and developed a restoration plan, on-the-ground implementation requires two types of efforts: dedication of specific land and water resources to restoration, and changes in land and water management practices to assist restoration.
Evaluating Market Transactions, Litigation, and Regulation as Tools for Implementing Environmental Restoration


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