Estimating the Potential Supply of Environmental Services by Landholders

Estimating the Potential Supply of Environmental Services by Landholders

Increasing scarcity of wilderness natural habitats biodiversity and other aspects of natural capital and their associated ecosystem services is driving a surge of interest in environmental services by exploring determinants of ability and willingness of landholders in the NT to provide these services with focus on pastoralists. The economic viability of risk profiles of environmental service markets will be assessed. The project will combine desktop empirical statistical analytical and modelling approaches to assess the potential and price-sensitivity of the supply of environmental services.

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Prof. Owen Stanley
Adjunct

Primary research group

Natural Resources-Based Livelihoods