Creekcats Environmental Partners
Highly-productive environmental professional applying integrated approaches to watershed-scale protection and restoration of natural resources, promotion of “green infrastructure”
strategies and techniques, and water and watershed resources planning in a climate change context.  Broad research and project management expertise with local government agencies and non-profit organizations. Proven effectiveness at communicating scientific information to non-technical audiences and decision-makers. Ability to analyze and synthesize a wide range of technical information for strategic policy recommendations.

Work Highlights

Water & climate change campaign, EBMUD Long-Range Plan (Sierra Club)
CALFED Science Program comprehensive communications strategy
City of Berkeley creek ordinance and watershed policy recommendations
City of Berkeley mayor’s appointee to downtown revitalization commission
Contributing author, handbook, Nonprofit Guide to Going Green (2010)

Academic Background

Ph.D. Environmental Planning, University of California, Berkeley
M.S. Wildland Resource Science, University of California, Berkeley
A.B. History of Science, Harvard University

Juliet Lamont, Ph.D. - Green Infrastructure Expert

Phillip Price, Ph.D. - Environmental Statistician

Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), in Berkeley, CA. Extensive experience with advanced statistical modeling of environmental problems, ranging from energy performance of buildings, to risk assessment of carbon sequestration strategies, to distribution flows of pollutant releases.


Juliet Lamont, Ph.D.

Expertise In

  1. -watershed & water resources policy analysis and development

  2. -communicating science to decision-makers and the public

  3. -aggregation and effective synthesis of technical information

  4. -CEQA review

  5. -environmental advocacy consulting

Phil Price, Ph.D.

Expertise In

  1. -environmental data analysis

  2. -statistical modeling of environmental problems

  3. -carbon sequestration

  4. -building energy performance


Work Highlights

Developing methods for assessing energy performance of green buildings
Project lead for national indoor radon pollution mapping, and developing policy recommendations
Co-invented methods for mapping air pollution using data from optical remote sensing
Predict airflow, pollutant transport, and health effects in buildings
Statistical consultant for evaluation of wolf-cougar interactions in Yellowstone National Park
Author of a book chapter on uncertainties in aerosol health effects (in Aerosols Handbook, published by CRC) ; co-author of a chapter on indoor radon mapping and decision analysis (in Statistics: A Guide to the Unknown).

Academic Background

Ph.D. Physics, University of Kentucky, Lexington
B.A. Physics and Mathematics, Oberlin College

Contact Information:  E-mail:;  Ph: 510-909-5403