Characterization of the Economic Importance of Quebec’s Flora and Analysis of Different Financing Options
This mandate aimed to characterize the economic significance of Quebecʹs flora by establishing the magnitude of valid and credible values involved and to analyze different scenarios for financing the needs expressed by the network of organizations for the conservation of plant species, whether or not they are endangered.
Discussion and Literature Review of Agri-Environmental Reference Levels Used in Other Countries
The overall objective of this contract was to provide an analysis of how various reference levels have been defined and implemented in other countries, and to detail lessons learned that could be applicable to...> Learn more
The Exchange of Phosphorus Quotas/Credits as a Solution to the Contamination of Streams in Watersheds in Quebec
This study aimed to determine whether a credit trading mechanism for phosphorus could be put in place in Quebec. To achieve this objective, a literature review was conducted. It helped establish the...> Learn more