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When people ask us, “What does EcoLogix do?” we can’t help but smile and say, “What do you need? That’s what we do.”

For 20 years, EcoLogix Group, Inc. has been helping our clients achieve challenging goals. From management support and regulatory analysis to stakeholder engagement, we provide our clients the knowledge and expertise to address complex environmental issues and save time and money while producing better project and program outcomes.

Think of our team as an extension of yours. When you need more hi-level resources to get the job done, our group of veteran executives with experience in every aspect of organizational achievement stands ready to help you make it happen.

EcoLogix Group, Inc. has attracted some of the most respected leaders in their fields. Chances are, members of our team comprised of former federal, state and local government officials; nonprofit, private industry and business leaders; and legal and legislative experts have stood in your shoes and have faced a similar challenge. We can help you navigate the way, from communications and outreach to understanding the regulatory process.

EcoLogix Group, Inc. provides strategies and solutions that help our clients be better neighbors and better stewards of the natural environment.

About Us

Established in 2001, EcoLogix Group is an environmental strategy firm that helps clients sustain their enterprise by achieving challenging organizational and project goals. We connect communities, especially historically disadvantaged communities, with decision-makers and others to ensure that their voices are heard.

We specialize in managing the real and perceived impacts to air, land, water, and people from operational practices and physical development projects. By offering solutions and tools to respond to concerns about project impacts, we ultimately save our clients time and money while producing better project outcomes.

Our team of veteran executives can help craft solutions to a range of challenges in which environmental considerations are a factor. And because environmental considerations influence social and economic outcomes, we find an environmental strategy to be the nexus to most solutions. We help our clients balance organizational goals and fiscal realities in ways that produce environmental improvement while advancing equity and social justice. This is an essential component of our business model, and reflects our core values.


Our Approach

Our approach to strategic communications and stakeholder engagement has proven that development apprehension can be transitioned into opportunities for creative project solutions that provide good economic, environmental, and social outcomes. Engagement with economically and environmentally disadvantaged communities is especially important to current community sensitivities.

With our considerable experience in project management, facilitation, regulatory analysis and legislative processes, EcoLogix Group often becomes an extension of staff or during a complex project during a project phase with which assistance is needed. We are most effective when we are engaged early in the planning stage – in time to ensure open dialogue and build trust between you as the project sponsor, and all stakeholders interested in the project.


Engagement to Innovation

An unexpected outcome of our core work to improve the effectiveness of stakeholder engagement is that it can lead to surprising innovations.

For many clients, EcoLogix Group first works to engage stakeholders at a high level, building basic understanding among interested (and often aggrieved) parties on the fundamental need for an activity – like the economic and jobs impacts associated with seaport development, or the human health impacts associated with air emissions from movement of cargo.

Once trust is established, the dialogue can move to specific project issues and opportunities. In this phase, EcoLogix Group facilitates information exchange and connects stakeholders with verifiers including independent technical experts from academia or advocacy groups. The outcome is improved understanding and agreement on how to move forward with physical development projects or operational practices that achieve the desired results, but not always in the way that was expected.