Dr. Craig Bullock is a part-time Research Fellow in the School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Policy. He has worked on various externally funded projects including the EU OPERAs project on operationalising ecosystem services, IRC funded projects on national biodiversity expenditure, EPA projects on health and the environment, freshwater ecosystem services, river barriers, strategic environmental assessment, communicating environmental risk (wastewater), ecosystem service valuation and environmental liability, climate adaptation benefits, costs and decision making, rural housing preferences, costs and benefits, and peatland. Craig has also worked on projects for NESC, Coford and the European Social Survey. Earlier research within UCD has examined quality of life and the environment in contemporary Ireland (EPA) and the benefits of urban green space (EU FP4). In addition, Craig has worked on a variety of projects over the years in both consultancy and the private sector. Relevant projects include marine litter, recreation planning, land cover mapping, valuation of ecosystem services, impact of climate change on heritage and tourism, the value of Ireland's heritage, the economic benefits of urban design, forestry, agri-environmental policy and various environmental and social assessments. He has also undertaken socio-economic work overseas on cocoa and other tree crops.
- DirectorOptimise, DublinJan 1999
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