What's natural credit? Linking Well-being and Ecosystems

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    Trees filter air, wetlands hold water during heavy rains, forests hold carbon and bees pollinate crops. Nature provides us with many services that we depend on to grow food, access clean drinking water and protect our lives and properties from flooding. 

    Read how CVC and the Pembina Institute estimate the value of natural capital in the Credit River watershed: Natural Credit Factsheet

    A detailed explanation on how ecosystems and human well-being are linked: Ecology 101: Ecosystem Services in the Credit River watershed

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