Hunt­Green LLC is involved in projects nation­ally and inter­na­tion­ally.  A few of our pre­vi­ous projects include:


OnGo­ing Transportation

The cre­ation of a new vision for trans­porta­tion in the United States as called for in a new White Paper by Geoff War­dle and David Muyres. The paper is enti­tled Futu­rama 2.0: Mobi­liz­ing America’s Trans­porta­tion Rev­o­lu­tion, and was released at the end of August, 2009. For more infor­ma­tion, and a copy of the paper, please go to

Imagine a world

Imag­ine a World

Imag­ine a World is a col­lab­o­ra­tion led by Llewellyn Wells — pre­vi­ously the VP of Com­mu­ni­ca­tions at the Rocky Moun­tain Insti­tute and prior to that, a pro­ducer of the award win­ing West Wing TV series —  to envi­sion a pos­i­tive and sus­tain­able future.

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Green Hotels in Argentina

Hunt­Green was part of a team that is worked on the design and plan­ning for seven green 5-star hotels in Argentina, includ­ing the green strat­egy, design and rec­om­men­da­tions for the local and national government.


Agri­cul­ture, Defor­esta­tion, and Cli­mate Change

Hunt­Green worked with the National Wildlife Fed­er­a­tion on their Agri­cul­ture, Defor­esta­tion and Cli­mate Change project to develop new strate­gies to reduce defor­esta­tion and the asso­ci­ated green house gas emis­sions and bio­di­ver­sity loss.  The team is engag­ing in dia­logue and col­lab­o­ra­tive research with lead­ers in the major com­modi­ties indus­tries and the finance world. The aim of the project is to iden­tify poten­tial avenues for reduc­ing the “cli­mate change foot­print” of key agri­cul­tural com­modi­ties mar­kets.  The team for­mu­lated and tested ideas around how avoided defor­esta­tion efforts (pre/post-REDD) might be com­ple­mented by finan­cial instru­ments. The idea being that it may take a bit more than cur­rently pro­posed pol­icy alter­na­tives to effect behav­ioral change.

Earth Audit

Earth Audit

While the abil­ity of the Inter­net to quickly syn­the­size spa­tial data (e.g. Google Earth) and coor­di­nate user-added con­tent (e.g. Wikipedia) has been well demon­strated, the poten­tial power and speed of these tools has yet to be fully har­nessed for envi­ron­men­tal pur­poses. Earth–Audit func­tions as an engine that inputs freely avail­able datasets from a vari­ety of part­ners, uses sci­en­tific algo­rithms to derive use­ful con­tent from these data, and allows users to inter­act with the con­tent via Web 2.0 tech­nol­ogy.  Impor­tantly, Earth Audit’s con­tent con­tin­u­ally updates, as new and bet­ter data becomes avail­able. There is a crit­i­cal need for Earth Audit and sim­i­lar tools to map land cover, forests, bio­di­ver­sity, car­bon, and other crit­i­cal assets to enable users to quickly track changes in envi­ron­men­tal resources over time to facil­i­tate emerg­ing car­bon and other mar­kets and pol­icy compliance.