In addition to our core team, we have built strong, trust-based, collaborative relationships with a network of associates over the years. They are a mixed group of economists, environmental and social scientists. This network allows us to select the team most suitable for the needs of individual projects and clients.

Professor Giles Atkinson, London School of Economics, UK --- green accounting, costs of crime, economic valuation, cost benefit analysis

Dr Camille Bann, Environmental Economics and Policy, UK --- valuation of natural resources and economic appraisal

Professor Ian Bateman, University of Exeter & LEEP and Natural Capital Committee, UK --- economic valuation and environmental policy

Professor Roy Brouwer, University of Waterloo, Canada --- economic valuation, value transfer

Dr Craig Bullock, Co. Roscommon, Republic of Ireland --- environment economist and socio-economic impacts

Professor Mike Christie, University of Aberystwyth, Wales, UK --- economic valuation, rural studies

Graham Cooper, Freelance consultant / editor, UK --- environmental finance, emissions trading, sustainable forestry, biodiversity, renewable energy

Jonathan Cox, Jonathan Cox Associates, UK --- ecologist, conservation, Habitats and Wild Birds Directive

Professor Brett Day, University of Exeter & LEEP, UK --- econometrics, economic valuation, payments for ecosystem services, design of reverse auctions

Professor Martin de Wit, Stellenbosch University, South Africa --- environmental economics, governance and finance for municipal waste systems and business of conservation

Dr Silvia Ferrini, University of East Anglia, UK --- applied statistics and econometrics

Professor Nick Hanley, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK -- economic valuation, agriculture, landscape, bathing waters and the marine environment

Professor Michael Hanemann, UCLA Berkeley and Arizona State University, USA --- economic valuation, natural resource damage assessment

Dr Stephanie Hime, Little Blue Research, Carbon Disclosure Standards Board Technical Working Group --- natural and social capital assessments, sustainability consulting

Ulrike Hotopp,  LIVE Economics and University of Kent, UK, Competition and Markets Authority and OfGem --- evaluation and cost benefit analysis.

Eduard Interwies, InterSus Sustainability Services, Germany and Greece --- economics, fresh water, the marine environment, climate change adaptation and the science-policy interface

Dr Bruno Lanz, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland --- public policy design, economic valuation

Edward Lockhart Mummery, Resource Decisions Ltd, UK --- Impact Assessment, policy design, institutional systems

Eilis Lawlor, Just Economics, UK --- Social Impact Assessment, Social Return on Investment, Social Capital

Professor Susana Mourato, London School of Economics & Political Science, UK --- economic valuation, cultural economics, behavioural economics, subjective well-being

Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards, Bangor University, UK --- public health economist, valuation of health gains across the life course

Professor Dan Rigby, University of Manchester, UK --- environmental, food and agriculture, economic valuation

Professor R Kerry Turner, University of East Anglia UK --- ecological economics, wetlands valuation, flood risk management

Mathew White, University of Exeter Medical School, UK – social and environmental psychologist, human health and wellbeing

Professor Ken Willis, University of Newcastle, UK --- economic valuation