Andrew Mitchell formed Equilibrium Futures in 2016 to advise the financial sector, corporations and governments on new economic thinking that takes account of economic external factors and the impacts and dependencies of the economy on natural capital.
For over a decade, Andrew has been a pioneer in developing innovative credit lines for banks and landscape bonds for capital markets, primarily in Latin America and SE Asia. He works with governments, companies and the financial sector to develop the scientific, political and business case for safeguarding natural capital that underpins water, food, energy, health and climate security, locally and globally.
He has forty years experience in conservation. He is the Emeritus Rufford Fellow in Environmental Understanding at Oxford University and for seven years was a Research Fellow in its Zoology Department.