Our socioeconomics team has been working on:
- Identifying and understanding the fundamental values that drive farmer decisions about natural resource use and conservation-oriented management
- Analyzing historical and current social, policy, and economic contexts to identify incentives and policies that may be most effective at encouraging wider adoption of water-use efficient and water-conservation oriented practices
- Predicting impacts on regional income and employment in various sectors of the economy under different water availability, commodity, policy and climate scenarios
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