Private Sector

Deepwater group seabird analysis

Envirostrat produced a paper on behalf of Deepwater Group Ltd to provide an independent collation and summary of existing risk assessments and associated data and information arising from the interaction of seabirds and marine mammals with the New Zealand deep-water fleet. It identifies and prioritises risks and explores extant and untested mitigation measures for the deep-water fleet, which will allow the Deepwater Group to prioritise future operational improvements in a targeted manner, recognising both the level and consequence of risk.
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February 12, 2020
Private Sector

Current state analysis and market review: ESR food and water activities

Envirostrat was commissioned by ESR to review its food and water activities and how they contribute to ESR’s core purpose and key outcomes; in particular, providing scientific capacity for New Zealand on a financially and scientifically sustainable basis. Envirostrat identified four key issues for the organisation: strategic direction; customer centricity; internal engagement; and delivering results. Envirostrat developed a number of recommendations for ESR to fix the identified issues and improve overall performance.
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February 12, 2020
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Marine Spatial Planning – Sea Change

Envirostrat Managing Director Nigel Bradly was appointed as lead author for New Zealands first marine spatial plan.  Sea Change was a collaboratively developed, co-governance approach to integrated marine spatial planning using a co-governance approach with a partnership between commercial sectors, local tribes and regional and national government agencies. The focus was on spatial and strategic prioritisation for commercial fishing, new marine protected areas, water quality improvements, and aquaculture development opportunities alongside grassroots, community led initiatives to empower local communities and groups.
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February 12, 2020
IwiPrivate Sector

Meridian Energy and Ngāi Tahu – Complex Stakeholder Engagement

Meridian Energy was seeking to develop Project Aqua – what would have been the largest ever infrastructure development in New Zealand. This was a high profile and controversial initiative to create a six-dam hydro scheme on a canal parallel to the Waitaki River in the South Island of New Zealand. Retained to work between Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu (TRONT), Meridian and its consultants to ensure cultural perspectives were taken into account when identifying and planning the mitigation measures for Project Aqua Worked with TRONT staff and individual Rūnanga to identify the cultural concerns associated with Project Aqua through a…
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February 12, 2020
Private Sector

Business Growth: United States Power Generating Company

Task EnviroStrat led the Program to prepare USPG as a start-up to acquire and run 3 power stations in New York with a combined value of $1B, and generating capacity of approximately 25% of New York’s power supply (over 2,000MW). Results Developed and managed the overall programme, engaging multiple vendors, identifying transition needs and managing the expectations of private equity investors Successfully led the organisational transformation programme to manage the transition to private equity ownership No issues occurred to prevent the successful close and transition Engaged a team of 20+ consultants across the business; all delivered to time, cost and…
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February 9, 2020