Putting a cash value on the ecological services provided by nature—such as the water filtration “service” provided by a forested watershed—has, historically, been a (i) process. Early attempts at such valuation resulted in impressive but (ii) figures that were seized on by environmental advocates and then, when these figures were later (iii), they were used by opponents to tar the whole idea
Blank (i): dispassionate, problematic, straightforwardBlank (ii): redundant, unsound, understatedBlank (iii): ignored, discredited, confirmed
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