Trade-offs between development, culture and conservation – Willingness to pay for tropical river management among urban Australians

Trade-offs between development, culture and conservation – Willingness to pay for tropical river management among urban Australians

Primary Country: Australia
Ecosystem: wetland
Sample Value Estimates:
  1. $52/person: marginal WTP for an increase from “3-star” to “4-star” fishing
  2. $667: willingness to provide a once-off payment, on average, for “development constrained by conservation”
  3. $514: on average, for a “conservation first” scenario
Methodology: Choice Experiments
Data source: NOEP

Publication information

Zander, Kerstin K. Garnett, Stephen T.Straton, Anna “Trade-offs between development, culture and conservation – Willingness to pay for tropical river management among urban Australians” Journal of Environmental Management, 2010

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