Climate Change & Environmental Sustainability
Issues related to climate change and environmental sustainability are a central component of ESG. In a diverse array of engagements spanning litigation, policy analysis, and strategy, Analysis Group has brought technical rigor and industry experience to assignments involving climate change and decarbonization, natural resource allocation, policy impacts, and risk analysis. We have assisted a wide variety of stakeholders in these engagements, from Fortune 500 companies and their outside counsel to nonprofits and foundations invested in the policy implications of these matters. Our team of internal consultants is bolstered by a roster of distinguished academic experts and practitioners, all of whom have relevant expertise and global reputations in climate, energy, and environmental matters relevant to ESG.
Analysis Group’s experience in these matters includes:
- Assessing climate change risks and impacts for companies, foundations and nonprofits, and government agencies
- Modeling electric and natural gas market prices and systems under scenarios involving new or retiring resources
- Quantifying the economic and environmental impacts of public policy proposals and regulations
- Evaluating scenarios and pathways for decarbonization efforts
- Supporting testimony in litigation and regulatory proceedings on climate and environmental issues
- Authoring white papers on key climate and environmental topics
- Featured Expert Christopher R. Knittel George P. Shultz Professor, MIT Sloan School of Management; Director, Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Co-Faculty Director, The E2e Project
Innovating to Reduce Emissions and Energy Use
- Featured Expert Lynne Kiesling Co-director, Institute for Regulatory Law and Economics, and Research Professor, College of Engineering, Design and Computing at the University of Colorado Denver
Merger of AltaGas Ltd. and WGL Holdings, Inc.
- Publishing Utility energy efficiency program performance from a climate change perspective: A comparison of structural and behavioral programs White Paper