Joe Famely and Scott Turner Added to Climate Change & Air Committee Leadership Team

It give us great pleasure to announce that Joe Famely of Woods Hole Group and Scott Turner of Nitsch Engineering will be joining the EBC Climate Change & Air Committee Leadership Team. Both Joe and Scott have been involved with EBC for several years, and we look forward to working more with them through this committee.

Joseph Famely, Project Manager/Environmental Scientist
Woods Hole Group
81 Technology Park Drive, East Falmouth, MA 02536
508.495.6220 //  email

Scott D. Turner, Director of Planning
Nitsch Engineering
2 Center Plaza, Suite 430, Boston, MA 02108
857.206.8710 //  email


Joseph Famely
    Joe Famely is a Project Manager and Environmental Scientist in Woods Hole Group’s Applied Ecology & Sustainability practice, focused on environmental and sustainability planning. With over 16 years’ experience, he develops coastal climate change vulnerability assessments, greenhouse gas inventories, environmental impact statements, shoreline change analyses, and ecological risk assessments. He has also contributed to strategic planning assessments for urban development, harbor management, dredged material management, and conservation land acquisition. Joe earned his B.A. in Environmental Studies and Psychology from Bowdoin College, and his Masters in Environmental Management with a focus on Urban Ecology and Environmental Design from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies.

Scott D. Turner
    Scott Turner is a certified planner, registered professional civil engineer in five states as well as the District of Columbia, and a LEED Accredited Professional in Neighborhood Development. He has 24 years of experience in planning and civil engineering projects. He is responsible for the management and growth of Nitsch Engineering’s sustainable site consulting, stormwater master planning, campus planning, and climate change and resilience practice areas. In addition, Scott provides planning and site design services for commercial and private sector development.
In addition to the Environmental Business Council, Scott is active in a number of professional organizations including the American Planning Association (where he serves as the National Chair of the Sustainable Communities Division), the Urban Land Institute, the Massachusetts Association of Consulting Planners and is a member of the South Shore Chamber of Commerce. He earned his B.S. in Civil Engineering and Environmental Studies from Tufts University and his M.S. in City Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology.