Climate, Energy, Sustainability, Waste & Recycling, Water & Natural Resources
Marc has over 25 years of management consulting experience related to environmental issues, including the fields of sustainability, biodiversity, organics, household hazardous waste, energy, water conservation, climate change, and waste prevention and recycling. Marc manages diverse and complex projects involving research, policy analysis, consensus-building and strategy development. His experience in strategic planning and facilitation has empowered organizations and governments both locally and abroad to achieve consensus around environmentally sound and economically viable public policy programs. This experience includes developing a sustainability action plan for Washington State, biodiversity conservation plans for Washington and Tanzania, comprehensive waste management policies for multiple jurisdictions, and national energy plans for Sudan and Pakistan. In addition to strategic planning, Marc’s functional expertise involves developing conservation financing initiatives, conducting market assessments, performing feasibility studies, facilitating stakeholder groups, and implementing and evaluating programs. Marc has an M.A. in Public and Private Management from Yale University’s School of Management.
-Chris Chapman, Washington Department of Ecology