We are able to do the work that we do only through collaboration with brilliant people and innovative organizations. These include:
Roger Ballentine — Green Strategies Inc.
Green Strategies is a strategic business consulting firm helping companies and investors understand, adapt to, and prosper from the rapidly changing social, political, technological and business drivers in the energy and environmental arena. They help companies and investors in understanding marketplace developments, finding new business opportunities and partnerships, and designing advocacy and core business strategies to maximize competitive advantage. Green Strategies and HuntGreen are co-located in downtown Washington DC.
Bill Browning — Terrapin Bright Green
By bringing innovative ideas to a range of diverse projects, Terrapin helps clients think differently about environmental strategy, policy and related opportunities. Perhaps best know for their green development expertise – having worked on everything from the greenest skyscraper in the world to Olympic villages, new cities, the White House and military installations – Terrapin BG and HuntGreen are currently collaborating on green building projects in South America.
Dr. Uwe Fritsch - International Institute for Sustainability Analysis and Strategy
The International Institute for Sustainability Analysis and Strategy (IINAS) is an independent trans-disciplinary research organization based in Darmstadt (Germany) which started operating in April 2012. Key clients and donors include national government agencies in Germany and other European countries, the EU Commission, the European Parliament, and international institutions (e.g., FAO, GEF, IEA, UNEP). IINAS also works with associations, foundations and the private sector, seeking diversity in funding sources as the base of its independence.
“Life is short. Race hard. Live green.” is her motto and calling to action 100 million race fans in the US to make a difference by spreading environmental awareness about sustainable living alternatives, clean energy, alternative fuel vehicles, and environmental legislation, is her mission. Munter and Hunt teamed up on Zero Emission Road Rally in May of 2009 and support each other’s work on a variety of sustainable transport and energy initiatives.
Dan Nolan — Sabot 6, Inc.
After 26 years in the Army, Dan Nolan founded Sabot 6, Inc. which provides strategic management services and specializes in identifying critical technologies and accelerating their uptake in the market. Most recently, Dan has been providing leadership for an effort to link the strategic importance of energy independence to the tactical relevance of reducing the use and transportation of fossil fuels in order lower the risk to soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines, work that was featured in Thomas Friedman’s 2008 book Hot, Flat and Crowded.
Pablo Reyes - The Center for Latin American Strategic Studies
CEELAT is an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank based in Bogotá, Colombia. The Center is dedicated to interdisciplinary research, the analysis of current political, social, and economic issues, and the furtherance of international cooperation on issues of strategic importance for Colombia and the region. Bearing in mind the growth in world energy demand and projections for the future and potential use of natural resources in the region, the emphasis of CEELAT’s Energy Cooperation Program is on renewable energies, biofuels, energy efficiency, and management of the environment within a context of cooperation. Suzanne Hunt is on CEELAT’s board of advisors.
Scott Sklar – The Stella Group, Ltd.
The Stella Group, Ltd. is a strategic marketing and policy firm facilitating distributed energy generation which leverages key partners, financing and unique customer relationships for applications utilizing advanced batteries, energy efficiency, concentrated solar energy, fuel cells, geoexchange, microgenerators, modular biomass, photovoltaics, small wind, water energy, and “smart” interconnection. Sklar and Hunt collaborate to address a range of technology, policy, and strategy challenges.
Alvaro Umana — Former Environment & Energy Minister of Costa Rica
Senior Research Fellow, CATIE
Alvaro Umana focuses on integrating economics with energy and environmental challenges, creating dynamic solutions in both the public and private sectors. He has wide experience at the policy level in renewable energy and efficiency, sustainable development, and innovative financial mechanisms, including payment for ecosystem services.
Art Center Summit on Sustainable Mobility
The overall summit from 2007 to 2009 was lead by David Muyres. Suzanne Hunt has spoken at, as well as provided recommendations on content and speakers in her role as advisor to the summit.
Suzanne Hunt’s family vineyard continually strives to improve sustainability in all aspects of the farm and business.
We were involved in RMI’s Oil Solutions initiative and collaborate closely with RMI staff. Bill Browning worked at RMI for 17 years prior to founding Terrapin Bright Green.
Suzanne Hunt led Worldwatch’s bioenergy work for two years prior to founding HuntGreen.
Marc Harkness designed the HuntGreen logo and website.
Morgan Dawson shot Suzanne Hunt’s portrait.