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Our comprehensive approach to sustainability consulting enables us to assess, plan, and implement tailor-made strategies for our clients. We bring the technical expertise needed to make your decisions effective and efficient while building sustainability into operations, management, products, and services. We help business and government leaders understand sustainability for what it really is – the greatest business opportunity of our time.
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Recent News and Blog Articles
In a ground-breaking report covered by Reuters, NBC News, Salon, Grist and more, EcoShift found that ending new fossil fuel leasing on lands and offshore areas controlled by the U.S. government would keep up to 450 billion tons of greenhouse gases from polluting the atmosphere. The report was conducted on behalf of the Center for Biological Diversity and Friends of the Earth. Download the full report, a fact sheet, or read more of this article in our blog.
James Barsimantov’s op-ed in the SF Chronicle on electricity rates for the future
On June 18, Dr. Tiffany Wise-West, P.E., will present at the 6th Annual Statewide Energy Efficiency Forum in a session geared toward municipalities preparing GHG emissions inventories, entitled “A Clear Path to Climate Action Planning: ClearPath 101″
EcoShift was acknowledged for providing guidance and peer review for a new report from the Gold Standard Foundation and World Wildlife Fund Switzerland. The research report entitled The Real Value of Robust Climate Action: Impact Investment Far Greater Than Previously Understood aimed to monetize the environmental and socio-economic net benefits from Gold Standard projects and investments.
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