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James MacGregor has more than 20 years’ experience of using valuation, incentives and policy to enhance sustainability in the global public, private, government, academic, donor and NGO sectors. He has expertise in decision-making, sustainability leadership, environmental economics, climate change adaptation and mitigation, valuation and natural resource management. He has developed advisory and consulting markets in oil and gas, energy, infrastructure and mining across Africa, Asia, Middle East and Europe, winning and delivering technical projects for: donor clients (including Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, World Bank, IFC, DFID, Ford Foundation, SIDA, CIDA, GTZ, UNDP, UNEP, EU, AUSAid, FCO, WWF and the Commonwealth) private sector clients across oil and gas, mining, energy, infrastructure and transport, and governments, para-statals, counties and Quangos. He serves on a number of global and local taskforces – including for CITES, Centres for Social Innovation Management and Leadership and Decision-making at Surrey University, and the Steering Committee of the IUCN Crocodile Specialist Group. His most recent publications include a chapter on digitisation of trade in the Commonwealth Trade Review 2018, and on the economic implications of improved water access for two large DFID investment projects across Africa. James holds a PhD in environmental economics from Gothenburg University and an MSc in Economics from University College London.