Economist to work on Chemicals Policy, eftec, London, UK - Researcher Position

August 2016

Location: London

Contract:            Full-time

Salary: £23-25k, depending on experience

Deadline: 20th January 2017

We are looking to recruit an economist to join our in-house team (central London office) as a researcher specifically to contribute to our chemicals policy work.  You will support our consultants and directors, undertake research for chemicals markets, impacts of policies; undertake statistical analysis, stakeholder engagement, and contribute to writing reports.

Read more: Economist to work on Chemicals Policy, eftec, London, UK - Researcher Position

envecon 2017 - Call for Abstracts

August 2016

The UK Network of Environmental Economists (UKNEE) is calling for abstracts for envecon 2017: Applied Environmental Economics Conference.  The 14th annual conference will take place on Friday 3rd March 2017 at The Royal Society in London.  Please click on the attached for details of our call icon Call for Abstracts.

Submission Deadline: extended to Friday 2nd December noon.

 

Newsletter No. 48- Natural Capital Issue

July 2016

You can download a copy of our latest newsletter by clicking on the attached icon 48.Newsletter

A first in accounting: Duchy of Cornwall includes natural capital accounting in their annual report!

June 2016

Earlier this year, the Duchy of Cornwall commissioned eftec to scope a corporate natural capital account for its rural estate. We followed the corporate natural capital accounting (CNCA) framework that we  developed for the Natural Capital Committee. This is the first application of the CNCA to be published as part of the annual accounts in the UK. 

Key results from the Duchy’s initial account are included in its Annual Report and Accounts - available here – which states that “natural capital accounting will help organise environmental priorities across different parts of the estate and will support decision-making around [the Duchy’s] strategic objectives”.

 

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