Metroeconomica specializes in economic analysis, public policies, the environment, natural resources and sustainable development.

We work for a wide range of clients, including national, regional and local governments, businesses and non-governmental organizations. We also participate in research projects and other innovative initiatives.

Our team is made up of experts with extensive experience in the field of environmental economics and natural resources, public policies and climate change. Some of us also hold academic positions, which allows us a direct and constant access to the most advanced knowledge in the subject. We also have a clear international vocation.

Founded in 1983 in the United Kingdom, Metroeconomica has participated in numerous highly specialized technical projects, developing a recognized reputation for the quality and rigor of its work. From July 2017 we started a new phase in Bilbao, adding new talent to the team and joining forces with the Factor Group. We started this phase with the enthusiasm and the renewed energy of undertaking a new project, but with the commitment to quality, innovation and originality in each of our works and solutions.


Economic assessment of impacts: Assessment of economic and social impacts of climate change (mitigation and adaptation); economic analyzes of specific sectors, including assessment of external costs and quantification of indirect impacts; economic valuation of air quality, water emissions and waste management options; and assessment of environmental impacts and public health

Analysis of Public Policy: Analysis of the linkages between policy interventions, environmental performance and competitiveness; appraisal of environmentally-related strategies, policies and projects, and their methodological frameworks; design, implementation and political economy of environmental market-based instruments; and linkages between trade policies and environment issues.

Environmental Management and Sustainability: Life Cycle Assessment: data collation, advice on methodological issues and literature reviews; development of Life Cycle Cost Models; carbon management: carbon footprint, baselines and targets, action plans and stakeholder consultation; state of the environment reporting; and development of sustainable development indicators.

Capacity building: Institutional assessments and support for environmental governance; advice on the establishment of and strategy for a variety of environmental organisations and centres; training and workshops; management of participation processes of stakeholders; and support for specialization in advanced methods of economic analysis.