Climate and Energy Security
Climate and energy security in the public and private sectors represent some of the most pressing physical, economic, and societal challenges that we face today. The growing climate crisis and the associated issues around energy security and sustainability will bring about geopolitical and socioeconomic stressors like population displacement, economic uncertainties, impacts to infrastructure, and unmanageable burdens on public and private supply chains and healthcare. Red Duke Strategies is anticipating these needs by mobilizing actionable information that integrates security, sustainability, and resiliency concepts.
Products and Services
We offer innovative products and services that can be tailored to our clients’ specific needs and scalable to any level (i.e., local, regional, national, international). By working with our teaming partners in the fields of climate modeling, environmental engineering, data analytics, and social determinants we can integrate multiple data streams to offer unique solutions and technical expertise to our clients such as:
Climate Risk Assessment Tools
These tools help assess and quantify the risks associated with climate change, such as rising sea levels, extreme weather events, and changes in temperature and precipitation patterns. They provide data and analysis to inform decision-making processes for climate adaptation and resilience planning.
Climate Modeling and Simulation Software
These tools help simulate future climate scenarios based on different variables, such as greenhouse gas emissions, land-use patterns, and policy interventions. They are valuable for assessing potential impacts and designing effective mitigation and adaptation strategies.
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Analysis
Several factors must be considered in an energy portfolio analysis, including considerations of equity and social justice. By deploying our LEED-Pus approach, a state-of-the-art assessment technique that includes climate and social determinant modeling, we can deliver 360° Guiding Principle Assessments to our clients.
Climate Adaptation Planning Tools
These tools assist governments, communities, and organizations in developing climate adaptation plans. They often involve risk assessment, scenario planning, and decision support to identify and prioritize adaptation measures in sectors such as water management, agriculture, infrastructure, and public health.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Services
GIS platforms integrate spatial data with climate-related information to support decision-making. These systems allow users to visualize and analyze climate and energy data in a geographic context, facilitating the identification of vulnerable areas, the assessment of risks, and the planning of adaptation and sustainability measures.
Sustainability planning helps individuals, businesses, and organizations measure and track their greenhouse gas emissions. Our innovative tools provide insights into the environmental impact of various activities and encourage the adoption of sustainable practices that can achieve sustainability in transparent and cost-effective ways.
MEET THE TEAM
V.P. Climate and Energy
Jeremy T. Mathis, Ph.D., is a Professor of Environmental Policy in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.