The integration of economic and environmental expertise is unique among environmental consulting firms, enabling EcoPlan to provide critical answers to complex natural resource issues and tradeoffs.
The study of resource economics addresses the economic impacts of actions related to the planning, recovery, allocation, use, or conservation of natural and man-made resources.
EcoPlan principal F. Bruce Brown brings more than 35 years of professional experience to the economic, financial, social, and land components of natural resource development projects.
Typical deliverables include these studies and research efforts:
• Socioeconomic analyses
• Irrigation project analyses
• Flood damage assessments
• Regional impact analyses
• Power rate analyses
• Marketing analyses
• Soil/land classifications