Environment & Economics
Environment & Economics

Clients she works for:

Esther has worked for organisations in the public, private and voluntary sector.

 

Examples:

 

'Destination Management Plan for the Tin Coast', for partners of the Tin Coast in West Cornwall, 2016

 

'Environmental Assset Review' for Cornwall Council, in conjunction with AECOM and Cumulus, 2015

 

'Developing Ecosystem Accounts for Protected Areas in England and Scotland', Defra, in conjunction with AECOM and Cumulus, 2015

 

'Local Environment and Economic Development (LEED) Toolkit', led workshops with Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs), 2014

 

'The Economic Contribution of Protected Landscapes', Defra, 2014 in conjunction with Cumulus Consultants Ltd and ICF GHK 

 

'Valuing England's National Parks', National Parks England, 2013 in conjunction with Cumulus Consultants Ltd and ICF GHK (report)

 

'The relationship between the economy and the Penwith landscape - a brief economic research study of Penwith', for Cornwall AONB and Cornwall Wildlife Trust and partners, 2012

 

'Assessment of the socio-economic value of the Great Fen Project (Cambridgeshire), opportunities for businesses and Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES), and a route map for delivery', for the Great Fen Steering Group, 2012 in conjunction with Cumulus Consultants Ltd and GHK (Executive Summary)

 

'Valuing the ecosystem services provided by the West Penwith landscape, key issues post-ESA, and recommendations for effective engagement', for Cornwall Wildlife Trust and Natural England, 2011

 

'The valuation of ecosystem services provided by the Lizard Heathland', for the Linking the Lizard Partnership. This partnership includes Natural England, National Trust, Cornwall WildlifeTrust,  Cornwal AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), Tremough University Falmouth, 2011

 

'The long term viability of extensive livestock farming in West Penwith', for the National Trust, 2010

 

 

 

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