Trading for Conservation. Use of Market Mechanisms to Fund Forest Conservation or Doing Well by Doing Good. Robert B. McKinstry, Jr. Goddard Prof. of For. & Envt’l Resources Conservation Penn State. Environmental Trading. Programs allow “marketing” of environmental compliance
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Use of Market Mechanisms to Fund Forest Conservation or Doing Well by Doing Good
Robert B. McKinstry, Jr.
Goddard Prof. of For. & Envt’l Resources Conservation
Carbon trading and banking
Water pollution trading
Nutrient trading program for Chesapeake
Transfer Development Rights
Habitat bankingFlavors of Applicable Environmental Trading
HabitatRogers’ Value Tent
Partners: Penn State, USFWS, DENREC, PA Fish & Boat, Brandywine Conservancy, Natural Lands Trust, Environmental Defense, The Nature Conservancy
Open forest canopy
Early succession wetland meadow
Commonly associated with tussock sedge
Poaching Habitat Fragmentation & Development