What We Do


HuntGreen provides expert policy, political, and investment advising on energy, agriculture, transportation, and the environment. We help businesses and investors anticipate and respond to changing markets, technologies, policies, political dynamics, and other risks and opportunities.

We work with policymakers to address climate, energy, food, security, and green design challenges. We shape comprehensive, forward thinking strategies which drive innovation, focus on concrete results, and aim to set the country and the world on a path towards a sustainable future.

Our clients include government agencies, companies, private equity firms, clean technology entrepreneurs, investors, educational institutions, foundations, individuals, and non-profit organizations.

Areas of Expertise

  • Renewable Energy / Biofuels
  • Mobility / Transportation
  • Environment / Climate
  • Green Design
  • Agriculture

Services Provided

HuntGreen helps connect visionary thinkers with the political and financial means to create transformative change and reach their environmental and business goals.

HuntGreen’s network and experience span from high-level policy to on-the-ground implementation in the USA and around the world. HuntGreen’s business and institutional development services focus on start up and new business channels in clean technology/practices and include:

  • Project Management & Team Formation
  • Fund Raising Strategy & Capital Raising
  • Strategic Partnership Development
  • Product & Market Development
  • Leveraging Web 2.0 Tools
  • Market & Policy Analysis
  • Outreach & Education
  • Green Design Support


Past Projects

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 www.ongoingtransportation.com.

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.