Maya Kocian works closely with NGOs, local, state and federal government agencies, and businesses in applying ecosystem service valuations to understand the links between ecology and economics. She also focuses on cost-benefit analysis, jobs, and environmental indicators. She worked on the Yasuní-ITT initiative in Ecuador and marine ecosystems in Canada, and she led the economic valuation for Costa Rica’s Térraba-Sierpe National Wetland Reserve. As an avid traveler, she enjoys working in places where she can use her advanced open water PADI certification.
Beyond Food: The Environmental Benefits of Agriculture in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
The natural capital in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, provides a robust flow of essential economic goods and services benefits, including food, water, clean air, natural beauty, climatic stability...