Georg Pallaske is an Associate with the Economic Law and Policy program, focusing on public procurement and infrastructure finance.
Prior to working with IISD, Georg spent several years working in sustainability consulting and in project management of international projects relating to sustainable development. Georg is a trained systems modeler who works with several modelling platforms across sectors.
Georg has studied and worked in Germany, Netherlands, Portugal and Norway, and is fluent in English, German and Dutch.
- Green Economy Analysis in Georgia: A Sustainable Asset Valuation for the analysis of sustainable infrastructure investmentsGeorgia’s Green Economy Strategy includes infrastructure investments in agriculture, buildings and the tourism sector. SAVi assesses the investment costs, government revenues and co-benefits of implementing the Green Economy Strategy.
- Lake Dal in Srinagar, India: Application of the Sustainable Asset Valuation (SAVi) methodology for the analysis of conservation options The report presents the interim results of the SAVi analysis for developing the business case for the long-term conservation of Lake Dal. A hybrid infrastructure solution is most cost-effective for reducing pollution pressures and for generating economic benefits in the region. This solution combines sewage treatment infrastructure upgrades and the construction of an artificial wetland.
- The Sustainable Asset Valuation of the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor in Tanzania (SAGCOT) Initiative: A focus on irrigationThis report discusses the results of the application of the Sustainable Asset Valuation (SAVi) tool to irrigation infrastructure in the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor in Tanzania.