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Paul Tschirky was Interviewed as part of the Climate Resilience & Adaptation edition of the Climate Change Business Journal

Paul Tschirky, Ph.D., P.Eng, D.CE  was featured in an article entitled "Geosyntec Uses Coastal Engineering Lead to Build a Multi-Disciplinary Climate Resilience & Adaptation Practice" that was published in the Climate Change Business Journal in Volume XII, No. 4-5-6 on June 10, 2019.

Paul is a Senior Principal based in Louisiana with more than 20 years of experience in coastal engineering, resiliency, restoration, and water management.

Geosyntec assists clients with all areas needed for successful environmental resilience and adaptation. Coupling a broad range of disciplines and skill sets with practical real-world experience leads to successfully preparing clients for long term success that is aligned with their goals and objectives. This may range from comprehensive studies of coastal flooding risks and design solutions, to county-wide flood mapping, to cloud based predictive and adaptive stormwater management applications, to backflow prevention strategies for stormwater sewers, to risk assessments of individual facilities, processes, or communities.

Climate Change Business Journal provides detailed market research on nine segments of the Climate Change Industry. Each edition includes a strategic overview of a specific industry segment, plus company profiles, survey results, and a proprietary data package with market size, growth and company rankings. Analysis includes climate change consulting, renewable energy, carbon trading, carbon capture and storage, bioenergy, biomass and biofuels, energy storage, transportation, energy efficiency and demand response, green building and climate change adaptation.

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Learn more about Paul at: https://www.geosyntec.com/people/paul-tschirky