- Advanced Energy Economy
- Bay Area Council Foundation
- Center for Sustainable Energy
- Climate Access
- Envision America
- Environment California Research and Policy Center
- Innovation Network for Communities (INC)
- Natural Resources Defense Council - Urban Solutions Program
- San Francisco Public Health Foundation
- Save the Bay
- Stanford University Global Clean Energy Program (GCEP)
- STAR Communities
- The Fritz Institute
- The JPB Foundation
- Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN)
Select Client Examples
URBAN SUSTAINABILITY DIRECTORS NETWORK: GETTING SMART ABOUT SMART CITIES GUIDE
USDN’s Getting Smart About Smart Cities Resource Guide is designed as a primer for municipal sustainability directors to help raise their level of knowledge about smart city best practices and innovation strategies. It also begins to explore the connection between utilizing new technologies and big data with advancing sustainability goals.
Toward that end the Guide is exploring the following:
- Existing and emerging smart city technologies;
- Issues and decisions involved in creating a smart city deployment strategy;
- The benefits and challenges of implementing such a strategy; and
- Emerging practices for implementing smart technologies.
- The Guide's ultimate goal is to communicate the needs of city staff involved in the use and rollout of smart city technology and strategies in order to provide guidance to the smart city industry and drive its nascent market. To access the USDN Resource Guide, click here.
CLEAN ENERGY BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE
Organized and facilitated by Nutter Consulting, the 2015 Clean Energy Business Roundtable was a resounding success.
Over 40 of California’s clean energy CEOs, business leaders, policymakers and technology innovators joined in a gathering to discuss California's leadership role on climate and energy policy and assess the road ahead.
This discussion among select invitees helped to solidify and launch the latest wave of renewable energy bills now working their way through the California legislature.
THE SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH PROFILE COMMUNICATIONS PLAN
The San Francisco Department of Public Health embarked upon an initiative to raise awareness of the impending health effects of short-term and long-term climate change in the San Francisco community.
The goal of this communications plan was to provide background information on climate and health coverage in the press, an overview of successful climate change communication strategies as well as suggested outreach and communications tactics for the Climate and Health Profile’s release.