Quantifying important natural resource debates

We believe that it is easier to move natural resource and environmental debates forward by quantifying them and describing them in economic terms. These projects are often done for consortiums of clients coming together to address a certain problem or natural resource. The projects are often public or semi-public, and the end products are typically a well-written report and a stakeholder mobilization plan. The ‘carbon cost curve’ projects and the circular economy projects (see ‘reference projects’) that our founder Per-Anders Enkvist did while working at McKinsey are examples of such projects, and in both cases moved each respective debate several steps forward.