About Us

About Us

Who we are

Since 1992, eftec has been the leading environmental economics consultancy in the UK

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Services

Services

Economic valuation and appraisal

We undertake economic valuation and appraisal, design policy instruments and provide training.

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Projects

Projects

Over 400 completed projects

Since our foundation in 1992, we have completed over 400 projects related to a wide variety of environmental media and…

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Natural Capital

Natural Capital

Our natural assets

Natural capital refers to the stock of natural assets upon which our economies and societies are built.

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Reach

Reach

Together with our technical partners

Together with our technical partners and sector-specific specialists we provide practical support to industry and public sector clients through the…

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eftec, the leading environmental economics consultancy in the UK, provides economic analysis for sound, effective and sustainable environmental policy and management.

Since 1992, we have been assisting our public, private and non-governmental clients to:

Understand the value of the natural environment

By using economic valuation techniques for primary research, and interpreting already existing evidence using value transfer

Demonstrate the value of the natural environment

By applying decision-support tools like cost benefit and cost effectiveness analyses, stakeholder engagement, multi-criteria analysis

Capture the value of the natural environment

By designing policies and investment strategies that involve offsets, habitat banking, green taxes and voluntary agreements to sustainably generate income and reduce environmental damage

Train and apply practical guidance

By designing be-spoke training courses, strategic decision-making tools, and application handbooks for economic valuation and policy and investment design and appraisal

Our work spans a wide range of topics including: biodiversity and ecosystem services; climate change and energy; water and wastewater management; agriculture, forestry and land-use management; chemicals; flood-risk management; health; urban regeneration; transport, and historic and cultural heritage.