Rowan Schmidt is a research analyst at Earth Economics, where he works on ecosystem service valuation, benefit-cost analysis, and accounting standards for natural capital.

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In the second half of the nineteenth century, Seattleā€™s water was provided by wells, springs, and private water companies. Lake Washington served as both a source of water and a sink for waste. After epidemics of cholera and typhoid, Seattle became known as one of the unhealthiest cities in the U.S. Finally, the Great Seattle […]

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