Stefanie O'Gorman

Director of Sustainable Economics, Ramboll and member of the Climate Emergency Response Group

Stefanie is the Director of Sustainable Economics and has 20 years’ experience. She specialises in the integration of a wide range of costs and benefits within decision making; using a range of assessment techniques such as cost benefit analysis, cost effectiveness and multi-criterial analysis.

Stefanie’s consulting experience (supported by academic training in environmental management, natural sciences and economics) spans the planning, technical delivery, and management of policy and infrastructure projects. As an environmental economist she has a deep knowledge of climate science, natural resource use, ecosystem services and natural capital, circular economy and more widely the principles and practices of sustainability, in its widest sense.

Most recently she has focused on the economics of cities and urban settlements with a view to delivering valuable and tangible social and environmental outcomes through improved design and delivery of infrastructure, the creation of investable propositions, alongside significant stakeholder, community and third sector engagement. Her work in this area concentrations on environmental and social outcomes and how to support client in making ‘better’ decision.

My Speaker Sessions

Tuesday 29 November 2022


Unlocking Scotland’s response to the climate emergency

12:00 - 12:20