In the Puget Sound Region, well-being is legally required to be used in developing management regimes for the watershed. That's why we are trying to understand how ecosystem indicators and well-being indicators can be used together to produce evidence about how current policies impact human well-being, economic prosperity, and ecosystems. Collaborators include Tyler Scott and Kelly Biedenweg. 

EO Puget Sound

Articles

Biedenweg, K., T. Scott*, and R. Scott*.  In Review. Subjective Wellbeing and the Environment: Testing environmentally-oriented predictors of wellbeing in the Puget Sound. Ecosystem Services.