We also understand how to work closely with communities to re-imagine their future in response to natural disasters and changing environmental conditions.
For more than 40 years, Tetra Tech has provided coastal and offshore services to help our clients and the communities they serve improve and protect coastal and marine resources. Coastal communities require a combination of soft- and hard-engineered solutions to adapt to the effects of climate change. Our scientists and engineers serve coastal communities through the entire project life cycle—from initial assessments and data collection efforts to the design and construction of critical infrastructure and restoration of coastal habitat.
We work closely with our government and commercial clients in coastal sectors such as ports and harbors, oil and gas, and sustainable tourism to identify climate change risks and responses. Our experience in these sectors enables us to translate climate change risk assessment results into implementable, strategic adaptation recommendations.
Using green infrastructure to create a beautiful community space and more resilient stormwater management at Detroit’s Viola Liuzzo Park
Promoting responsible use of agricultural inputs and working with businesses to shift behaviors towards customer-centric business strategies
Combining our experience, tools, and expertise to solve problems confronting coastal communities in the Asia Pacific region
Enhancing marine biodiversity conservation and fisheries management efforts while strengthening leadership capacity
Developing a tracking system to combat fraud and promote sustainability of vital marine ecosystems
Enhancing ecosystem productivity and restoring profitability of fisheries in eight key marine biodiversity areas in the Philippines
Technical assistance and training to more than 300 communities over 2,000 miles of the Philippine coastline
Improving the sustainable management of resources in the Coral Triangle region
Serving as USAID’s program integrator to improve tsunami forecasting, communications, and community preparedness