Victoria Evans

June 17, 2024

SCS Engineers Climate Change
Victoria Evans joins the professional engineers and scientists at SCS Engineers who manage, sequester, destroy, or capture measurable greenhouse gases and other hazardous wastes that impact climate change.


Ms. Victoria Evans brings decades of professional expertise in greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) tracking and verification, energy management, air quality, and the environment to SCS Engineers as the National Practice Leader for Climate Change. Her experience derives from her successful work in consulting, R&D, academia, and the federal government for hundreds of projects at global facilities.

“Moving business and municipal operations to integrate a circular economy and practices helps our clients meet their climate change goals. Hiring a consultant firm only, no matter how prestigious, can result in efficiency gaps between the plan and outcomes. Adding Evans to our deep bench of environmental scientists, GHG experts, and waste management engineers enhances our client value with proven results,” states Patrick Sullivan, senior vice president.

Evans has directed or performed hundreds of GHG studies for a diverse set of US and global corporations and governmental organizations, including Vantage, 3M, Comcast, Dow, National Grid, the U.S. Postal Service, Chevron, Tucson Water, and Edwards Air Force Base. Her work involves developing voluntary and mandatory GHG inventories, reporting, California Cap-and-Trade compliance strategies, carbon reduction roadmaps, and life cycle analyses as well.

Her substantial career experience includes environmental impact analysis and air permit support for over 50 facilities, including coal, natural gas, biogas, and biomass-fueled electricity generation and coal syngas facilities. In R&D, Evans developed successful environmental, air quality, and climate research projects with electric utilities on three continents and collaborated with utilities in Finland, Sweden, the Philippines, Italy, Scotland, and France.

Evans led regulatory and legislative analyses involving carbon and energy for landmark initiatives and advised on developing GHG reporting rules and protocols for carbon offset projects.

Educated at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Evans holds a Master of Science in Natural Resource Policy and Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management. She holds multiple registrations as an Envision Sustainability Professional, a CARB Verifier for Carbon Offset Projects, Climate Action Reserve Certified as Lead for GHG Inventory Reporting, and a State of California Mediator certification.

Evans is a former Air & Waste Management Association Board Member, among other association involvement, and continues to share her knowledge and expertise publicly and for the benefit of many industries and municipalities.

SCS President Curtis Jang says, “We’re excited to have Victoria join SCS. She is uniquely qualified and perfect for leading our specialist climate change practice. We look forward to combining and sharing our expertise for our clients’ continued success.


Please extend a warm welcome to our newest climate change professional and expert, Victoria Evans!


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