Posts by Joel Nodelman

Through the climate lens and beyond

Through the Climate Lens and Beyond

The Federal Government published the Climate Lens for Canada on June 1, 2018. But, what happens when we step through the Climate Lens and beyond? The Climate Lens creates a requirement that new projects that apply for Federal funding must evaluate their greenhouse gas emission impacts and climate vulnerability. The Climate Lens program imposes mandatory …

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Balance and Climate Resiliency

Balance and Climate Resiliency

Why Resiliency? Over the years our work has addressed both climate change adaptation and mitigation. Mitigation is reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Adaptation is hardening assets to make our infrastructure stand up to unpredictable and violent weather. Some people believe these concepts stand in opposition to each other. Some think money spent on adaptation will divert …

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Controlling Climate Assessment Costs

Must Climate Risk Assessment be Prohibitively Expensive? We often speak with folks who believe that assessing their climate risk will be prohibitively expensive. As a result, they don’t act. Unfortunately, for most organizations, inaction leaves them exposed to potentially devastating climate events and in some cases missed strategic opportunities. We believe that not knowing does …

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A New Beginning 2

A New Beginning

16 Years Over the last sixteen years at Nodelcorp, Joan and I worked on over 140 different projects.  In the early days of the company, we worked primarily on greenhouse gas mitigation.  We sorted out emission profiles for our clients and developed greenhouse gas reduction strategies.  About ten years ago, the direction of our work changed.  More and more …

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