The Economic Value of Biodiversity in New Zealand: Results from a Household Survey
This paper presents the results of a national study examining the economic value of biodiversity in New Zealand. Three valuation techniques were used to collect information from respondents: the contingent valuation method, the well-being method and the choice modelling method. Results revealed that respondents were familiar with the native plants and animals in their areas and valued them highly, therefore having a strong value for native biodiversity.
native biodiversity; New Zealand; choice modelling; contingent valuation; well-being; community volunteers
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