David stumbled into RSMG in 2004 and still hasn’t been shown the door. While at RSMG he has contributed to the Garnaut Climate Change Review and was a member of the economics technical group for the Murray-Darling Basin Plan. He is currently undertaking a part-time PhD dealing with allocating resources under increasing uncertainty and logically is using water and climate change in the Murray-Darling Basin as the example. He has worked on a range of natural resource and agricultural issues throughout Australia. In a prior life he ran his own consultancy company and was the economist at the CRC for Tropical Pest Management. He still dabbles in the economics of pests and biosecurity. His Scopus page is available here.