In the Gulf of Mexico, the health of both the economy and the wider Gulf communities are inextricably linked to the health of the environment. Unfortunately, as the Gulf’s natural resources — oyster reefs, coastal marshes, seagrass meadows — have declined, the economy has suffered, and people have become increasingly vulnerable to natural and man-made disasters.
The Nature Conservancy and Oxfam America have put together this report to show how the emerging restoration economy offers new and expanded opportunities for Gulf coast businesses and communities. Want your own copy? Download a PDF