Philip Groth joined ICF International’s Climate Change Strategy Practice in 2001. His work has primarily focused on developing greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) inventory models and analyzing emission reduction opportunities for clients such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Mr. Groth assists with the technical development of applications and models using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) and Microsoft Excel. He leads the development and maintenance of several models, including the EPA’s Vintaging Model, the International Marginal Abatement Cost model, and the Integrated Climate and Land Use Scenarios demographic model. He has extensive experience developing and maintaining spreadsheets and databases, performing literature- and Internet-based research, and writing and editing technical and outreach-oriented documents.
Prior to joining ICF, Mr. Groth worked on environmental issues in a wide variety of capacities. He has worked for an environmental advocacy nonprofit organization and for the environmental affairs practice at a communications firm. He also has experience with a planning agency in western Massachusetts.
Mr. Groth has a Master of Planning degree from the University of Southern California.