Projects

Client: UNDP (MYS)
Analysis of discrete choice data to determine Willingess-to-Pay for conservation of National Parks in Malaysia.

Client: WWF Australia (AUS)
Analysis of discrete choice data to determine Willingess-to-Pay for marine turtle conservation in the Asia-Pacific region.

Client: Asian Development Bank (PHL)
Lead Economist for a socio-economic evaluation of options for inclusive and sustainable urban growth in Khyber Pakhtunkwa.

Client: ENGIE (UAE)
Research and initial GIS analysis related to a possible role for Blue Carbon in reducing emissions.

Client: Defra (GBR)
Literature review and data collection.

Client: Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (CHE)
Cost-benefit modelling using socio-economic data.

Client: EN-WWF (UAE)
Private sector interviews to identify entry points for transformational engagement.

Client: Ministry of Climate Change and Environment (UAE)
Research recommendations for socio-economic impact analysis.

Client: Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research (NZL)
National choice experiment on public perceptions of novel pest control technologies.

Client: Environmental Protection Agency (SLE)
Household survey to assess the economic damage of the 2015 flood in the main cities.

Client: Food and Agriculture Organisation – FPAM programme (NIU)
Identify viable options for resource mobilisation for forest conservation

Client: Treasury (NZL)
Spatial-economic and desktop-based assessment of the national economic impact of environmental and climate change.

Client: Department of Conservation (NZL)
Cost-effectiveness comparison of a range of instruments used in kiwi conservation.

Client: Predator Free New Zealand (NZL)
Develop survey to assess and aggregate local expenditures to control invasive mammals.

Client: Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment (NZL)
Spatial-economic analysis of net ecosystem benefits of riparian restoration on agricultural land.

Client: Landcare Research Strategic Science Investment Fund (NZL)
Choice experiments to analyse the consistency of decision-making with complex information.

Client: Comision Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de La Biodiversidad (MEX)
Develop training on ecosystem services assessment and valuation for conservation practitioners.

Client: Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International (KEN)
Develop content for online training on cost-benefit analysis for conservation practitioners.

Client: CRL Energy (NZL)
Develop framework to improve mine life cycle planning in the New Zealand mining sector; Cost-effectiveness analysis of acid mine drainage treatment options.

Client: New Zealand Transport Agency (NZL)
Develop framework to value the economic and intangible benefits of heritage conservation in transportation projects.

Client: The Kiwi Trust / Kiwis for kiwi (NZL)
Survey and bio-economic modelling and survey to assess the cost of kiwi conservation and restoration.

Client: Department of Conservation (NZL)
GIS-based assessment of the contribation of New Zealand native terrestrial ecosystems to its main exports.

Client: UNEP Regional Office for Africa (KEN)
Spatial-econometric estimation of the value of grassland ecosystems in Africa.

Client: UNEP-World Conservation Monitoring Centre (GBR)
Desktop study to assess of the costs and benefits of achieving the Convention on Biological Diversity’s Aichi Targets.

Client: UNEP Regional Office for West Asia (BHR)
Spatial-econometric estimation of the value of wetland ecosystems in West-Asia.

Client: ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity (PHL)
Spatial-econometric estimation of the value of coral reef-based ecosystem services in the ASEAN Member States.