“I work side-by-side with clients to develop enduring solutions to their sustainability challenges.”
Nick Martin is dedicated to supporting clients with assessing, prioritizing and managing sustainability-related business risks and opportunities. He has extensive experience supporting private and public organizations with translating their sustainability-related aspirations into successful strategies and measurable objectives. Specific areas of expertise include global water resource management, risk assessment, process improvement systems (ISO 14001/ OHSAS 18001/ SA8000), and stakeholder engagement. Much of his strategic support involves researching leading practices in Corporate Responsibility (CR) and utilizing this knowledge to assist clients with benchmarking against peers and developing viable and differentiating strategies.
Nick leverages a unique combination of environmental engineering and business administration expertise to partner with multinational clients in developing and implementing fit-for-purpose programs that integrate sustainability into core business practices. Nick also has professional experience working in the non-profit sector which he leverages in support of community and stakeholder engagement initiatives.
His client accounts include Cummins, Inc., Heineken, The Kellogg Company, Diageo, Morgan Advanced Materials, Constellation Brands, ABInBev, SPX Corporation, and the Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable.
- “Six Steps to a Successful Water Strategy,” The Green Tie: The Official Blog of NAEM, June 2011
- “Water stewardship: Paralyzing complexity or competitve advantage?,” The Green Tie: The Official Blog of NAEM, June 2011
- “Water Risk Management,” National Association of Environmental Managers Webinar, June 2011
- “Data Management Systems for EHS Functions,” MAPI Manufacturing Alliance Environmental Management Council Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, May 2010
- “Probabilistic Modeling of Rainwater Harvesting and Artificial Aquifer Recharge Project Impacts,” National Groundwater Association Spring Conference, April 2010
- “Streamlined EHS Risk Assessments for Dispersed Assets,” Railroad Environmental Conference, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, October 2009
- “Probabilistic Modeling of Rainwater Harvesting and Artificial Aquifer Recharge Project Impacts,” American Rainwater Catchment Association, Decatur, Georgia, USA, September 2009
- “Water Management System (WMS): An Evolution in Systems Thinking,” Practical Sustainability, Air & Waste Management Association Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, USA, May 2009