All Case Studies found in this site are listed below.
Comparing the cost effectiveness of nature-based and coastal adaptation: A case study from the Gulf Coast of the United States
Published in April, 2018, by a team at UC Santa Cruz, ETH ZURICK and The Nature Conservancy in PLOS ONE, the study quantified the flood risks to people and property for the entire U.S. coast of the Gulf of Mexico under current and future climate scenarios and economic growth projections, and compared the cost effectiveness of nature-based and artificial solutions for flood reduction across the Gulf of Mexico.
How do pesticide taxes and habitat subsidies compare for health risks, income and the environment?
This case study, found in the Bridge Collaborative Practitioners Guide on page 14, demonstrates how using evidence from multiple sectors can provide a common basis from which to compare approaches across multiple types of impact.
How can the U.S. Bureau of Land Management plan for solar energy, health and nature?
This case study, found on page 18 of the Bridge Collaborative Practitioners Guide, describes how the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is working with Duke University to develop a systems framework to use as a reference point for BLM’s energy decisions on lands across the southwestern United States.
Livestock to Markets: A Case Study from the Northern Rangelands Trust in Kenya, demonstrating the use of market forces and economic drivers in conducting a Situation Analysis and in Identifying Candidate Strategies
This Northern Kenya Rangelands Livestock to Markets case study demonstrates how analyzing market forces and economic drivers can help conservation practitioners identify a markets-based and/or investable solution to a conservation problem. This case study was chosen because it successfully illustrates the connections between business opportunities that can arise from identifying market forces.