Tim Sunderland is a Principal Specialist Economist at Natural England, a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs to promote nature conservation, protect biodiversity, conserve landscape and promote access to the countryside. Tim’s recent work has focussed on Natural Capital Accounting and applying the Natural Capital Approach to the North Devon Pioneer. Previous work includes the Local Environment and Economic Development toolkit, which was used by one third of Local Enterprise Partnerships and the cost benefit analysis of Torbay’s street trees. Tim co-wrote a chapter on the valuation of Green Infrastructure in the Handbook on Green Infrastructure and has papers published in the journal of Ecosystem Services and the Aboricultural Journal. His education is from the University of Leeds (BA Development Studies & MSC Ecological Economics) and he lives in Bristol with his wife and three children.