Stakeholder expectations pressure organizations to demonstrate their commitment to carbon management and reduction strategy by disclosing transition plans and climate-related risks.
Organizations weigh a variety of factors when they assess climate-related risks, develop strategies, write policies, and consider investments in carbon management and reduction projects. When planning an energy transition pathway toward lower carbon energy systems, most organizations take into consideration markets, regulations, costs, revenue, location, and partners.
Clients rely on Geosyntec's environmental management practitioners to help their organizations address global guidelines and reduce carbon footprints, calculate consumption, determine energy transition targets, build compliance solutions, discern potential and actual environmental risks, and develop strategies to decrease energy and water utilization. Our clients often request a carbon management roadmap and greenhouse gas reduction plan to identify emission sources and establish approaches and costs for mitigation in response to energy mandates. Often our solutions involve technology recommendations evaluated using a marginal abatement cost curve (MACC) for ranking cost-effective greenhouse gas reduction options, as well as consultation around policy and how to accommodate future systems and innovations.
To help clients thrive within a restorative and regenerative circular economy, Geosyntec engineers and scientists design data-driven solutions that involve innovative alternatives for longevity and adaptability. Most projects involve mitigation to reduce environmental impact and long-term planning to manage environmental risk. Superior, regenerative, and practical solutions are essential for the organizations we work with. The goal is to reduce waste and maximize the lifespan of products, systems, and materials. Our clients receive strategic support to identify options for reuse, recycling, repair, restoration, and recycling to help minimize resource input, emissions, waste, and cost.
Geosyntec's diverse network of experienced environmental scientists, engineers and technical specialists are dedicated, innovative, multidisciplinary researchers who understand global mandates, regulations, laws, and policies connected to renewable energy transitions and the influence of green energy within the broader context of policy. Our practitioners stay one step ahead of policymakers and policies implemented to support global energy transition.