Month: April 2015

The Value of Infrastructure Presentation

I presented yesterday to the Toronto Association for Business and Economics. "Public infrastructure is expensive, long-lived and can significantly affect productivity, the environment, as well as quality of life. Cities are taking the lead in advocating for resilient...

Smart Cities – More Than Just Gigabytes

Carl Bodimeade of Hatch Mott MacDonald will be presenting on approaches to leverage city infrastructure, services and planning to maximize socio-economic benefits. I'll be going. If you want to too - below the picture of the DVP is the announcement: TABE Luncheon:...

Green Infrastructure

From the EDA blog: "As population growth continues to expand in suburban and urban areas, many neighborhoods are seeing trees and shrubs replaced by sidewalks and streets. Increased development leaves less space available for natural landscape. Inadequate vegetation...

Job Posting

We are looking for someone experienced in leading a team of economists to help clients optimize their decision making. We have a passion for increasing the sustainability and resiliency of infrastructure using environmental economics, cost-benefit, and risk analysis....

Mighty Oaks from Little Acorns Grow

Christy Oi Ling Chan, BCom University of Toronto - Finance & Economics (with Ben Rommelaere and John Parker of Impact Infrastructure). We have partnered with the University of Toronto, since the inception of their internship program. For the last three years we...

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