The Carbon Management Strategies team is a partnership between two of the world's leading environmental transportation and green building consulting firms, Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (Santa Monica, California) and REthink Development (Culver City, California).
Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA) is an industry leader in the advanced transportation technologies market, with more than 15 years of experience developing and implementing groundbreaking alternative fuel and emission reduction projects for some of the world's largest organizations. GNA provides a wide range of expertise, from technical implementation of alternative fuel vehicle and refueling / charging station projects, to policy and regulatory expertise, and comprehensive strategy reports for lower carbon fleet vehicle technology and supply chain strategies.
GNA not only provides cutting-edge blueprint plans for lower carbon transportation systems, but also offers the expertise needed to manage technical implementation. GNA ensures that "the wheels hit the ground" and manages all aspects of a successful deployment. A selection of reports that GNA has been contracted to author and/or is currently working on include the following:
- City of Los Angeles Alternative Fuel Consolidation Report
- Los Angeles Department of Transportation Alternative Fuel Transition and Infrastructure Plan
- City of Vernon Climate Action Plan
- City of Vernon Green Industrial Strategy Plan
REthink Development is an innovative consulting company focused on leveraging green building practices, high performance building technologies and renewable energy to build higher value, healthier, and more environmentally sound communities, workplaces, and industry for the future. REthink Development implements the right technology, design, innovation, and market positioning to improve the environmental, social, and economic performance of built assets. REthink applies its expertise to improving the operation of existing assets and to enhancing the design of future projects. REthink's approach drives profitability upwards while improving the economic, social, and environmental bottom line ("triple bottom line") for all immediate and extended stakeholders.