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Dave Poulton has authored several studies of biodiversity and wetland offsetting across North America. Dave is Director of the Alberta Land Institute, an independent research institute based at the University of Alberta, with a mandate to connect research with policy for better land management. He is also Executive Director of the Alberta Association for Conservation Offsets, a forum to advance understanding respecting the use of conservation offsets and the development of offset policy.
His subject-matter expertise at the national and international level includes migratory birds and habitat conservation, international wildlife trade and biodiversity, enforcement and protection of species at risk. In Gregory retired after a distinguished career with the federal public service and is currently the Principal of a very successful private consulting business consulting company — Thompson and Mortimer Consulting Inc.
John Thompson is a resource economist and Principal of Watrecon Consulting. With more than 40 years of experience, he specializes in assessing the economic, social and human impacts of resource development projects, plans, programs, and policies in western and northern Canada.
Over the years, Mr. He completed his first assessment of wetland values in and has since assessed the value of ecological goods and services and economic development in the North Saskatchewan and Battle River watersheds in Alberta, and the value of land conservation for Ducks Unlimited. Paul Thoroughgood completed his undergraduate degree in Agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan with a major in Agronomy. In this role Paul works with the agriculture industry to develop and promote agricultural production systems that are economically viable and provide improved habitat.
Paul and his wife Leanne also own and operate a grain farm near Moose Jaw. His research efforts are often interdisciplinary due to the nature of agricultural economics. She has spent the past 20 years working with partners in government, academia and the private sector conducting applied research on agricultural and forest policy. Her current research is focused on evaluating the costs and benefits of agricultural beneficial management practices and business case analysis of ecosystem service market opportunities.