Sustainable Development

For more than two decades, Millennia has worked with environmental, natural resources, sustainable development, and green projects at the local, regional, national and international levels. Millennia consultants have extensive experience facilitating and mediating multiple-stakeholder deliberations, conflict resolution, statewide policy development, public hearings and citizen involvement, partnership development, and strategic planning for inter-jurisdictional initiatives. Project clients, conveners, and participants include public agencies, industry organizations, academic institutions, local communities, special interest groups and non-governmental entities.

Read this client story for an example of our work in sustainable development:

Transforming pits and piles into livable landscapes in Minnesota


Sustainable Development clients we have worked with:

  • Center for Neighborhood Technology
  • Chiba Prefecture Land Reclamation Project, Japan
  • Chicago Department of Environment
  • Clean Sites, Inc.
  • Cooperative Ecosystem Study Unit (CESU)
    Southern Appalachian Mountain Region;
    Chesapeake Watershed Region;
    Great Lakes and Northern Forests Region
  • Citizens for a Greener Evanston
  • Delta Institute
  • Garden Project, The
  • Lake Superior Center
  • Laurentian Vision Mining Reclamation
    Partnership, MN
  • Minneapolis Environmental Commission, MN
  • Minnesota Forest Industries
  • Mississippi State University: College of
    Forest Resources
  • State of Tennessee: Forest Resources
    Advisory Panel

 

  • Transitions Rogers Park
  • University of MN Duluth: Developing Holistic Indicators of Regional Sustainability and Natural Resources Research Institute Advisory Committee Planning
  • 1000 Friends of Minnesota
  • U.S. Forest Service: Superior/Chippewa
    Forest Plan Revision
  • United Nations Development Program: Environmental Facility: Sustainable Development Advisors Training
  • State of Minnesota
  • Department of Environmental Assistance
  • Department of Health: Water Supply and Well Management Section
  • Department of Natural Resources
  • Environmental Quality Board Minnesota Sustainable Development Initiative
  • Legislative and Citizens Commission on
    Minnesota Resources
  • Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
  • Minnesota Forest GEIS Implementation
    Strategy Roundtable