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Climate Mitigation & Adaptation

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    Press Release

    LMI Extends Support to USPS Corporate Sustainability and Energy Initiatives

    LMI will recommend strategies to support program and policy development, research and analysis, enterprise data management, corporate solutions and reporting, and strategic and national-level planning.

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    Press Release

    LMI and TCS Uncover Climate Risks to F-35, Announce Enhanced Climanomics Platform

    Coastal flooding, temperature extremes, and storm damage could significantly disrupt the availability of facilities supporting the F-35 weapon system over the next 30 years, according to a joint analysis by LMI and The Climate Service (TCS).

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    Press Release

    LMI Selected to Support the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy

    LMI will support the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy by furnishing strategic planning, analysis, programming, and functional energy expertise. This award represents LMI’s first contract with this organization since the operational energy and installation energy offices and roles were combined.

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    Climate Barriers to Achieving Health Equity

    The continued rise of average global temperatures is heightening health disparities across the nation. Inconsistencies in urban development and planning hinder health equity efforts, as areas lacking funds for green spaces experience more severe impacts of climate change. 

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    Why Climate Change Belongs on Your Financial Report

    Extreme-weather events pose considerable fiscal risk to agencies’ assets and operations. Learn why disclosure of climate-related risk is integral to an agency’s financial reporting.

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    Our Team

    Erwin Villiger

    Erwin is a senior subject matter expert with more than 25 years of experience at the nexus of national security and the environment.

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    Water Scarcity: A National Security Challenge

    The scarcity of fresh water worldwide portends escalating international competition for its availability, prompting attention from the U.S. Intelligence Community. 

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    What We Do

    Supply Chain Risk Assessments

    LMI develops cutting-edge machine learning applications to proactively identify supply chain risks and leverage prescriptive analytics to help organizations modernize their approach to risk identification and mitigation. 

  • Group photo from the USFS lichen biomonitoring training in the Rouge River–Siskiyou National Forest. Lower row (left to right): Ashley Rivero (LMI), Bri Bernstein (U.S. Forest Service [USFS]), and Amanda Hardman (USFS). Upper row (left to right) Jennifer Brown (LMI), David Walls (LMI), and Teresa Bird (USFS).
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    LMI Team Receives Specialized Biomonitoring Training

    LMI’s environmental planning team (Jennifer Brown, Ashley Rivero, and David Walls) completed lichen biomonitoring training sponsored by the U.S. Forest Service, Region 6. The team spent three days in the Rouge River–Siskiyou National Forest’s Kalmiopsis Wilderness, where they learned how to set a biomonitoring plot, calculate tree density, identify lichen plant communities, set abundance scores, and collect tissue samples for analysis.