Todd Gartner is a senior associate for the World Resources Institute’s People and Ecosystems Program. He focuses on developing new ways to finance conservation though the use of conservation incentives and market-based strategies, such as habitat mitigation and payments for source water protection. Gartner’s previous work included developing the Conservation Incentives program at the American Forest Foundation, fire ecology and eco-tourism research, and several years as a corporate financial consultant.

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For almost a century, New York City has drawn its drinking water from the Catskill Mountains, more than 100 miles to the north. In April of 2007, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the results of a several-year review of the city’s ongoing program to maintain clean drinking water supplies with forest and open space […]

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