ENVIRONMENTAL ENERGETICS is a leading provider of environmental consulting services and sustainability related services. We have been working with clients all over the world and in diverse industries sectors to help them to understand and manager their environmental commitments and responsibilities.

What We Do

The key sectors we provide our services to include hospitality, agriculture, manufacturing, and education. Whether our clients are small business owners, cooperation, or schools, we always seek to bring the most cost-effective and impactful strategies for reducing energy, water, waste and carbon emissions, while maximizing the social well-being, and financial returns. From the initial assessment and strategic goal setting to the implementation phase, our clients are able to utilize ENVIRONMENTAL ENERGETICS’ extensive experience to ensure success.


 Who We Are

ENVIRONMENTAL ENERGETICS has been working with clients around the world on environmental and sustainability projects lead by our team of professionals having over 30 years of combined experience in Site Analysis, Energy Audits, Performance Benchmarking, Water Quality Monitoring, Waste Management and Recycling, Low Impact Development, Permitting and Regulatory Compliance, Urban Ecological Planning and Design, Sustainable Sourcing and Carbon Offsetting.


We worked with Environmental Energetics for their expertise in Environmental Planning and Management. As a world wide organization operating over 500 chapters in the US, The National Audubon Society requires its consultants/subcontractors to work on challenging scopes of work with limited time frames and budgets. Environmental Energetics has been successful in exceeding expectations by its quality services, responsiveness, solutions oriented project management, and strong communication.

National Audubon Society


Federally protected as a National Monument since 1908, this primeval forest is both refuge and outdoor attraction to more than 15 million visitors per year. We have consulted with Environmental Energetics on several of our environmental projects, their expertise and management have allowed us to achieve an 85% landfill diversion rate, 50% water reduction, 24% energy reduction and an 18% fleet fuel reduction. We have also been awarded Green Restaurant Certification with the help of Environmental Energetics services.

Muir Woods Trading Co.


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The World Just Took Another Huge Step Forward On Fighting Climate Change

Last week, we learned that the Paris climate agreement will go into effect in November after the European Union formally joined the accord, tipping it past the threshold needed to become a reality. Now this week brings another major foray in international climate diplomacy, as close to 200 countries adopted an amendment to the 1987 Montreal Protocol to phase down … Continue reading The World Just Took Another Huge Step Forward On Fighting Climate Change

5 New Green Technologies That Will Help Us Tackle Climate Change

Over the last 20 years there have been 1.2 million granted patents and published patent applications on the clean tech, also known as green tech, patenting site CleanTech PatentEdge. This means a huge amount of innovation in technologies that could help us tackle climate change. In reality, though, most of these ideas may never see … Continue reading 5 New Green Technologies That Will Help Us Tackle Climate Change

Is Working Hard Bad for the Environment?

In a welcome sacrifice for the good of the planet, a United Nations’ International Resource Panel study found that saving the environment may require people work fewer hours in the future. A growing middle class has led to a rapid pace of raw material extraction around the globe, which has tripled over the past 40 … Continue reading Is Working Hard Bad for the Environment?

The Uncertain, Hopeful Future of the National Park Service

Jonathan Jarvis is a National Park Service lifer. Starting 40 years ago as a seasonal interpretive ranger in Washington, D.C., he now runs the show as the National Park Service director. In between he’s had stints as a park biologist, superintendent and regional manager at parks across the West and Alaska. Suffice to say he … Continue reading The Uncertain, Hopeful Future of the National Park Service

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