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The "value of water" means different things to different people, and accordingly, it is important to find the right approach for the job. With multiple water valuation methods and tools having emerged over the past few years, there has been a growing need to understand how these approaches differ and overlap. Whether aimed at companies, investors, government users, or water utilities, approaches have different audiences, accessibility, and most importantly different outputs.
Calculating the value of green infrastructure? You might want to look for ecosystem service valuation tools. Looking to explore shadow pricing? We’ve got a suggestion for you to explore.
Based on WWF Valuation Framework (The Value of Water Report 2015), the Valuing Water Database will allow users to identify the most relevant and suitable approaches and tools to address their needs and interests.