Tetra Tech creates practical, sustainable, and environmentally responsible solutions to address the world’s most complex challenges.

Our service areas include agriculture and economic growth; democracy and governance; energy; environment and natural resources; land tenure and property rights; water supply and sanitation; architecture, engineering, and construction services; and global security. Tetra Tech creates practical, sustainable, and environmentally responsible solutions for federal agencies, governments, multilateral banks, and multinational corporations.

Our approach is based on sound science, stakeholder engagement, capacity building, and innovative technologies and best practices. Our goal on every project is to ensure local ownership and sustainable development long after our work is complete. Our expertise includes monitoring and evaluation tools, grants management systems, compliance systems, and public-private partnerships.

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Enhancing marine biodiversity conservation and fisheries management efforts while strengthening leadership capacity

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Combatting wildlife trafficking, increasing coastal resilience and reducing deforestation, forest degradation, and biodiversity loss