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Subject: consultants
From: AndrM768
Date: Mar 16 2006 20:55:18
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A moral question for consultants
 
Once the chainsaw finally gets put down I hope to continue on with  
consultancy work. Having spoken to someone I know who works in conservation  
he thinks 
there will be a conflict of interest when it comes to making decisions  
regarding retaining trees. 
 
For example a site is to be surveyed for development and you know that by  
making the report favourable for the developer that this action will 
safeguard  
future contracts with said developer. However if you err on the side of the  
trees this action may put the developer and other developers off you for 
future 
 work.
 
So the quandary my conservationist friend thinks I will be faced with  is 
trees or paying bills.
 
Does anyone have experience of this and how do you choose. 
 
Regards
 
Andrew M


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