University of Sydney
Dr. Joshua Bishop is an environmental economist with over 30 years experience in sustainability economics, policy and practice. His contributions include publications on economic valuation of nature, payments for ecosystem services, and integrating biodiversity in business. Key co-authored reports include “The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity” and the “Natural Capital Protocol”.
Dr. Bishop has led initiatives in sustainable agriculture, forestry, fisheries, mineral resources, and wildlife conservation. He’s also had leadership roles in global environmental coalitions such as the Business and Biodiversity Offsets Program and WWF’s Global Food and Markets Practices. In Australia, his work has focused on supply chain management, sustainable food, and environmental markets.
In his current role as Adjunct Professor at the University of Sydney, Dr. Bishop continues to explore methods to integrate environmental values in the economy. His previous roles in WWF, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, and the International Institute for Environment and Development all highlight his broad experience.
On the Nature Positive Economy CRC Bid Advisory Committee, Dr. Bishop applies his expertise to support the development of more sustainable, nature-positive economic solutions.