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Key Environmental Questions Driving the Need for Resource Economic Studies

By Jackie Crafford, Prime Africa Consultants During the past 5 years we have seen rapidly increasing requirements from regulators and from our clients for resource economic related studies.  This includes, for instance, quantification of liabilities, environmental tax assessments, resource cost and pricing assessments, ecosystem services valuation studies and “greened” cost-benefit analyses. Resource economic valuation techniques

Implement a Health & Safety (H&S) Program in Your Next Acquisition to Protect your Resources and Secure a Positive Culture, Improving your Bottom Line.

By: Monica Meyer Small to mid-size businesses have unique challenges with compliance in and management of occupational health and safety (H&S). Overall, workers in a small to mid-size business have a higher risk of workplace injury than workers in large firms, yet both workers and owners may not have a sense of this increased risk.

Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Programs in Private Equity: Strengthening Reputation, Attracting New Investors, Satisfying Existing LPs, and Mitigating Deal Risk

By: Bruce Martin Institutional investors and other stakeholders are becoming increasingly aware of the environmental, social and governance (ESG) credentials of the private equity firms with which they invest.  As the awareness and importance of ESG concerns grow, private equity firms are finding that attention to ESG performance can provide a “core value-creation strategy at