Assessing environmental protection investments in New South Wales catchments
In this study we analyse the benefits and costs of investing in environmental protection in regional New South Wales. We do so by generating cost-benefit analyses for three projects which aim to protect native species: the regent honeyeater in the Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment; the malleefowl in the Lachlan Catchment; and the booroolong frog in the Namoi Catchment. By generating benefit-cost ratios for these three cases, we demonstrate the use of choice modelling as a means to estimate the often...[Show more]
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