Tom is a conservation scientist with over three years’ experience working at environmental and biodiversity consultancy firms. Thomas has proven academic research experience with ecological/biodiversity conservation science and social science research methods. Specialist areas of interest include: improving conservation decision making; cost-effectiveness analysis; assessing impacts in supply chains and investments, environmental and social impact assessment and biodiversity offsetting.
Tom is currently undertaking a PhD at the University of Cambridge, where he is investigating how to improve biodiversity management decisions through assessing the financial costs and benefits of conservation interventions. He is working with TBC to assess the cost-effectiveness of conservation and mitigation measures taken by businesses, infrastructure and development projects.