KUZUKA has worked with public- and private-sector clients in a range of industry sectors through all phases of sustainability and GHG management, including planning, implementation, and third-party verification.

Greenhouse Gas Management

KUZUKA led the validation of Saputo’s greenhouse gas emissions accounting methodology for its world-wide food processing facilities.



KUZUKA led the GHG inventory and contributed to the Carbon Disclosure Project report for Chudleigh's, one of the world's leading apple products companies.



KUZUKA developed a life cycle carbon footprint assessment of the pork production process for Conestoga Meat Packers, an Ontario-based premium cooperative pork producer.

KUZUKA conducted an assessment of the carbon sequestration potential and associated revenue generation opportunities of forest lands managed by the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority (ABCA) in southern Ontario.


KUZUKA president Steve Boles is the lead instructor for GHG management training programs offered twice a year through the Sustainability Learning Centre.


Sustainability Planning and Management

KUZUKA and partner Tavares Group Consulting led the development of a sustainable manufacturing toolkit for the manufacturing sector in Huron County.



KUZUKA and partner Leapfrog Sustainability are working with BPA, the world's leading provider of business and consumer audits, to implement a comprehensive corporate sustainability management plan for the company’s global network of offices.


KUZUKA developed an environmental scorecard to promote the adoption of sustainable business practices amongst Huron County’s tourism sector. You can download a copy of the tourism scorecard in an easy-to-use Excel spreadsheet format.

Download: Tourism Scorecard Spreadsheet


Carbon Offset Project Development

KUZUKA prepared the project design documents for a carbon offset project whose revenues will be used to introduce clean drinking water filters to villages in South Sudan. The water filters reduce greenhouse gas emissions as the need to harvest non-renewable fuel wood from nearby woodlots is eliminated. They are also a cost-effective way to provide clean drinking water to the South Sudanese in an area where nearly three-quarters of all drinking water sources are contaminated by e-coli bacteria.