Addressing urban heat requires integrated planning, economics and quantifying the value of urban cooling.
Graham is an experienced economist who specialises in environmental, social, governance (ESG), public policy, and economic regulation. He leads the firm’s ESG offering to clients.
Graham brings a unique perspective to economic problems, having built significant expertise in best practice economic analysis while working across governments, regulators, and public financing authorities. Graham’s expertise includes:
- developing pragmatic solutions to complex economic and public policy issues, based on sound economic principles and fact
- communication of economic insight in a clear and accessible way, providing clients a basis for informed choices about business and policy
- partnering with clients to implement their strategies and ensure tangible and valuable outcomes are realised, often in an environment of uncertainty and short timeframes.
Graham joined Frontier Economics from a specialist role in the Queensland government where he advised on a diverse range of economic and financial issues that have a material impact on the economy, State balance sheet or fiscal outlook.
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