Projects

Below are representative examples of the types of projects that Sustainable Economies Consulting can complete.

buildings in a town

Wayne County, OH

Researching and documenting the adaptations of businesses and communities during challenging times
Lost Valley, Manville, before construction

Manville, NJ

Forging new partnerships and shared goals around the Lost Valley Nature Park

Pocket guide to nature parks

New Jersey

Building capacity of local organizations to implement riverfront nature parks

Coastal resilience

New Jersey

Organizing a coastal resilience conference to build capacity of coastal communities & inspire greater collaboration
Raritan watershed park

Raritan Watershed, NJ

Leading strategic planning for nature and people in the Raritan Watershed

Aerial of NJ Bayshore

Cumberland County, NJ

Collecting Tourism Data During Hurricane Sandy Recovery

Delaware Bay, NJ

Mid-Atlantic Region

Incorporating Ecosystem Service Valuation into Coastal Restoration

Flooding in Cumberland County NJ

Mid-Atlantic Region

Identifying human wellbeing and economic metrics for ecological restoration projects

workshop

Sussex County, NJ

Organizing the Farms, Forests and Rivers Workshop to encourage new collaborations in the Paulins Kill Watershed
Cape May Meadows

Cape May, NJ

Assessing the Flood Reduction and Tourism Benefits of Ecological Restoration Projects

Native pollinator habitat

New Jersey

Estimating net benefits provided to farmers by planting native pollinator habitat

Irrigated farm in Yuma AZ

Yuma, AZ

Building US & Mexico's capacity around market-based approaches in the Colorado River Basin
Lower Colorado River basin irrigation

Mexico

Engaging farmers and conservation groups to identify collaborative solutions in Mexico
13 Farm Extension Honduras_A coffee farm in San Marcos Guaimaca in the buffer zone of the Biological Reserve El Chile

Honduras

Building an agricultural extension program in a coffee-producing region of rural Honduras
buildings in a town

Wayne County, OH

Researching and documenting the adaptations of businesses and communities during challenging times
Lost Valley, Manville, before construction

Manville, NJ

Forging new partnerships and shared goals around the Lost Valley Nature Park


Pocket guide to nature parks

New Jersey

Building capacity of local organizations to implement riverfront nature parks


Coastal resilience

New Jersey

Organizing a coastal resilience conference to build capacity of coastal communities & inspire greater collaboration
Raritan watershed park

Raritan Watershed, NJ

Leading strategic planning for nature and people in the Raritan Watershed

Aerial of NJ Bayshore

Cumberland County, NJ

Collecting Tourism Data During Hurricane Sandy Recovery

Delaware Bay, NJ

Mid-Atlantic Region

Incorporating Ecosystem Service Valuation into Coastal Restoration


Flooding in Cumberland County NJ

Mid-Atlantic Region

Identifying human wellbeing and economic metrics for ecological restoration projects

workshop

Sussex County, NJ

Organizing the Farms, Forests and Rivers Workshop to encourage new collaborations in the Paulins Kill Watershed
Cape May Meadows

Cape May, NJ

Assessing the Flood Reduction and Tourism Benefits of Ecological Restoration Projects

Native pollinator habitat

New Jersey

Estimating net benefits provided to farmers by planting native pollinator habitat

Irrigated farm in Yuma AZ

Yuma, AZ

Building US & Mexico's capacity around market-based approaches in the Colorado River Basin

Lower Colorado River basin irrigation

Mexico

Engaging farmers and conservation groups to identify collaborative solutions in Mexico

13 Farm Extension Honduras_A coffee farm in San Marcos Guaimaca in the buffer zone of the Biological Reserve El Chile

Honduras

Building an agricultural extension program in a coffee-producing region of rural Honduras

buildings in a town

Wayne County, OH

Researching and documenting the adaptations of businesses and communities during challenging times
Lost Valley, Manville, before construction

Manville, NJ

Forging new partnerships and shared goals around the Lost Valley Nature Park
Pocket guide to nature parks

New Jersey

Building capacity of local organizations to implement riverfront nature parks
Coastal resilience

New Jersey

Organizing a coastal resilience conference to build capacity of coastal communities & inspire greater collaboration
Raritan watershed park

Raritan Watershed, NJ

Leading strategic planning for nature and people in the Raritan Watershed
Aerial of NJ Bayshore

Cumberland County, NJ

Collecting Tourism Data During Hurricane Sandy Recovery
Delaware Bay, NJ

Mid-Atlantic Region

Incorporating Ecosystem Service Valuation into Coastal Restoration
Flooding in Cumberland County NJ

Mid-Atlantic Region

Identifying human wellbeing and economic metrics for ecological restoration projects
workshop

Sussex County, NJ

Organizing the Farms, Forests and Rivers Workshop to encourage new collaborations in the Paulins Kill Watershed
Cape May Meadows

Cape May, NJ

Assessing the Flood Reduction and Tourism Benefits of Ecological Restoration Projects
Native pollinator habitat

New Jersey

Estimating net benefits provided to farmers by planting native pollinator habitat
Irrigated farm in Yuma AZ

Yuma, AZ

Building US & Mexico's capacity around market-based approaches in the Colorado River Basin
Lower Colorado River basin irrigation

Mexico

Engaging farmers and conservation groups to identify collaborative solutions in Mexico
13 Farm Extension Honduras_A coffee farm in San Marcos Guaimaca in the buffer zone of the Biological Reserve El Chile

Honduras

Building an agricultural extension program in a coffee-producing region of rural Honduras
Sunset Environmental Economist

Photo courtesy Damon Noe    

contact us

Elizabeth Schuster, Economist

Wooster, OH 44691
Phone: 243-249-0298
Email: eschuster@sustainableeconomiesconsulting.com

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contact us

Elizabeth Schuster, Economist

Wooster, OH 44691
Phone: 243-249-0298
Email: eschuster@sustainableeconomiesconsulting.com

connect

contact us

Elizabeth Schuster, Economist

Wooster, OH 44691
Phone: 243-249-0298
Email: eschuster@sustainableeconomiesconsulting.com

connect

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