Clean energy development can peacefully coexist with wildlife. But it can take some work. The endangered bird in this photo flies over the ocean for 11 months a year, spending only one month on land to lay its eggs. What if your project is in its habitat? There are options and there are answers. And the best solutions provide for clean energy development that takes important measures not only to protect the wildlife around it, but make the species and the land even healthier than before it was developed.
While there will always be some places that are justifiably off limits, Julia Bovey knows where technology and creativity are combining to provide new solutions that can make clean energy development an asset to wildlife and land in the short term, as well as, of course, the longer-term solution to climate change.
JHB Strategies can help you create a responsible siting plan, engage experts and the public, and make sure your project helps the planet in every way possible.