Strategies for positive change
In addition to scope 1 (direct emissions) and scope 2 (purchased electricity, heat, and steam), many organizations now have scope 3 emissions reduction targets in their climate change strategies.
Hatch's Michael Sutherland shares insights on how to holistically approach Canada's population and city development opportunities. As the country's population grows due to immigration, it is critical to plan and deliver infrastructure and population growth in a manner that benefits people, the economy, and the environment. Sutherland highlights the importance of transit-oriented community (TOC) development, which promotes active transportation and concentrates development and activity around public transportation nodes or corridors.
There is growing recognition of the significance of value chain emissions, known as scope 3 emissions, in the climate change strategies of metals and mining organizations.
The global economy is navigating unprecedented circumstances, but there is a silver lining. Right now is one of the best times in your business’ history to take advantage of the opportunity for transformative change.
How to assess your organization's change readiness and why it's an indispensable step you can't afford to skip
Your organization’s change readiness is fundamental for long-term business success and provides widespread benefits.
Al Taweelah Alumina refinery operational readiness
United Arab Emirates
Belfast Waterfront Framework project
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Technical Advisor for Electric Bus and Infrastructure Loans
York, Ontario, Canada
Li-Cycle Rochester Hub
Rochester, New York, USA
Future of Fremantle
Perth, Western Australia
MaineDOT Bus Electrification Project
Digital transformation and business improvement
Organizational design and right-sizing
Thursday, February 15, 2024
Hatch, April 12, 2023
WE Local India 2021 Virtual Conference
Article published in Lumiére magazine, Brazil, in September 2000, issue no. 89, page 62.
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