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Rich Walter
Vice President, Environmental Planning

Rich Walter has 24 years of experience in environmental planning, compliance strategy, permitting, and mitigation development and implementation and climate action planning. He has worked on numerous controversial and complex environmental planning and compliance projects involving both state and federal environmental review and regulatory permitting.

He has directed and participated in environmental impact assessment, alternatives analysis, and environmental permitting processes for a variety of proposed developments, including high-speed rail; commuter rail; residential, commercial, and industrial development; park and recreation facilities and resorts; general plans and specific plans, flood control; water supply; wetland restoration; solar and wind energy; marine oil terminals and oil pipelines; natural gas power plants and pipelines; roads, highways, and bike paths; vineyards; telecommunications; and mining ventures. He also leads ICF’s California Municipal Climate Action Planning practice which focuses on greenhouse gas inventories and greenhouse gas reduction planning for cities, counties, and regional governments in California.

Articles by Rich Walter
Completing Environmental Reviews Under Streamlining Requirements