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CCBJ-Spring-2015.zip

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CCBJ Vol VIII No 01-03: Climate Change Consulting Projects & Profiles

Climate change drives business in North America for firms ranging from specialist consultants to engineering firms. However, with a few exceptions, much of the client demand is shifting from GHG mitigation to climate risk analysis, resilience strategies and adaptation. This edition includes an overview with survey results revealing top service and client areas, and then profiles of key firms and practice areas.

Table of Contents

01.Discretionary and regulatory drivers key to growth for startup Anthesis.pg 5

02.Antea Group takes on climate change in broader sustainability practice.pg 7

03.ARCADIS sees demand for coastal projects due to threat of sea level rise.pg 9

04.Q&A with Cameron-Cole: Voluntary commitments/states drive climate action.pg 12

05.Four Twenty Seven focuses on supply chains and modeling climate risks.pg 14

06.Climate change resilience a driver for Stantec.pg 16

07.Coastal resiliency planning is an emerging market for Great Ecology.pg 18

08.Haley & Aldrich: From vulnerability assessments to strategic planning.pg 20

09.Water firm Wright-Pierce helps plan for climate change; Q&A with CEO.pg 21

 

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