Caroline Vexler

Caroline joined Vivid Economics in 2018 as part of the Cities & Infrastructure and Natural Resources practice areas, following an education and early career in resource economics in the fisheries and agricultural sector. She has previously worked on projects which examined the shortcomings of ecosystem service valuation for vital natural resources, working with think tanks and international organisations, including UN Environment. She holds an MSc in Environmental Economics and Climate Change from the London School of Economics, and a BA in Economics from Brown University.

Caroline’s ambition for Greenkeeper is to bring advanced economics valuation techniques emerging around health and social impacts of green infrastructure, to bear on the decisions being made across the development industry and our cities at large on a daily basis, and in turn make these insights more readily available to key decisionmakers at critical points in a projects evolution.