Greg Englehart (he/him) specializes in natural resource and energy economics, and program evaluation. His work has included assessing economic damages on behalf of state, federal, tribal, and private clients, and creating tools and methods to track indicators of market progress for clean energy investments. He has developed models to determine business interruption losses, and human use impacts due to events including wildfires, oil spills and other contaminant releases. Greg’s work has also included calculating regional economic impacts for a several environmental impacts statements (EIS), creating tools to assist public entities in program development and funding allocation, survey design and analysis, and participating in strategic foresight planning.
Greg holds a B.A. in History and International Relations from Colgate University, and an M.A. in Agricultural and Applied Economics from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.