Hatch releases climate change statement
Hatch participated in discussions on climate change at COP21 in Paris from 30 November to 11 December 2015.
As a global engineering and consultancy firm, Hatch aims to make a positive, sustainable difference in reducing the effects of climate change by building smarter solutions to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, resilient infrastructure and creating meaningful partnerships.
Hatch’s Climate Change statement details actionable items, including: developing innovative technologies to support cleaner energy production, supporting sustainable cities, implementing carbon pricing and measurement tools, and providing safe and resilient engineering design to clients.
Corinne Boone, Hatch’s MD of Environment, attended COP21 representing Hatch and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
“We are proud of our role in developing transformative carbon reduction technologies in energy production, delivery and storage, and in transportation infrastructure and resource extraction.
Hatch understands the global importance of climate change, and is committed to developing solutions which support GHG emissions reductions,” Boone commented.
John Pearson, Hatch’s Global Energy Director, added: “We are focusing our expertise on harnessing power sources and emerging technologies to meet the energy needs of the future in a smarter and more sustainable way.”
Hatch is a founding partner and proud supporter of Nsolv, a Canadian clean-tech energy company devoted to solving the operational and environmental problems of heavy oil extraction.
Nsolv’s warm solvent technology results in a 75% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
Hatch’s full Climate Change Statement can be viewed at: http://bit.ly/1TydFYV