Nature’s Dividend—Pricing Global Ecosystem Services It’s easy…

Nature’s Dividend—Pricing Global Ecosystem Services

It’s easy for humans to forget that pollinators and trees and the sun work for free — they provide some of the many ecosystem services that benefit human well-being. Paul Sutton, a geography professor at University of Denver, has calculated a dollar price of these services, and explains to Host Steve Curwood how he calculated the value of these services.

Aired on Living on Earth, June 20, 2014.

(photo: Matt Kieffer, CC Attribution-Sharealike 2.0 Generic)

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About abi nighthill

Abi has a BA in Poetry from Columbia College Chicago.
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