Integrity | Courage | Care
These values drive everything we do. They are key to building relationships grounded in trust and enable us to design systems that truly work.
What We Do
We help our clients to leverage sustainability as a strategic and profitable advantage.
Our diverse body of work covers sustainability strategy, economic feasibility studies, electrification analysis, greenhouse-gas inventories, ESG reporting, climate resilience strategies, scenario planning, energy, and waste planning, technology planning and deployment, communications, stakeholder engagement, and organizational training.
Who We Are
We are an Idaho-based, globally-connected team that sees emissions reduction strategies as a means to sustainable profits for our business and our clients.
Not only do we guide our clients in how to make 'doing better' also profitable, but we also walk the talk.
Warm Springs Consulting is a Certified B Corp and an Aclymate Climate Leader, meaning that we meet the highest standards of social and environmental impact and have achieved net-zero carbon emissions.
"It’s not sustainable unless it’s profitable and regenerative."
"We are thrilled with WSC’s work. The WSC team is both strategic and technically proficient. Through working with them, we are exploring ways to save money and do better for the environment.”
Mark Stockton, Vice President Corporate Affairs & Sustainability
Integra Resources: DeLamar Mine
Ron Wright, Sales Manager – Globalstar USA
David New - Society of American Foresters
Society of American Foresters
- Leif Elgehtun, CEO Retrolux, ICEA Board Member
Idaho Clean Energy Association
- Larry Schoen, Former Blaine County Commissioner, Soil Conservation District Supervisor, Ranch Owner
- Wade Allred, Environmental Health and Safety Manager - Clif Bar Baking Company
- Norris Krueger, Founder of Entrepreneurship Northwest
- Gregg Sevheen, Private Consultant on Wildlife
Private Consultant on Wildlife
Latest Blog Posts
As the world progresses toward the renewable energy transition, the demand for minerals increases exponentially. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), 2021 Net Zero by 2050 Report, critical mineral production needs to grow four to six times in order to combat climate change. The need for raw materials used in solar, wind, and electric…
The logic is simple: From a pure operational perspective, Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG) are simply a measure of energy consumption from various fuel sources – electricity, gas, petroleum, etc. High GHG emissions are clear indicators of high energy usage, and when measured against key performance indicators, like revenue, expenses, or other operational metrics, can show…
Part 1 of 7 Authors: Amber Bieg, Deb LaSalle, Zach Bell, Heather Colwell, Kevin Winslow, Jay Schuyler, Alaina Sisco, Mitch Samson Is Climate Change Really Happening? Maybe you’re not convinced climate change is happening, or doubt that it’s human-caused. Or maybe it’s something you’re on the fence about as you haven’t had time to fully…
Part 2 of 7 – Continued from Part 1 Authors: Amber Bieg, Deb LaSalle, Zach Bell, Heather Colwell, Kevin Winslow, Jay Schuyler, Alaina Sisco, Mitch Samson Is Climate Change Human-Caused? Some skeptics believe that natural causes can explain why the Earth has warmed 1.4 degrees Celsius since 1880. Some point to Milankovitch Cycles (Earth’s orbital…