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Verdantix 2016 EH&S Information Management Award

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To support hospital resilience, and as part of our commitment to the White House Climate Data Initiative, Four Twenty Seven created the award winning Resilient Hospital Dashboard. This analytical, interactive application is designed to help hospitals understand their vulnerability so they can become more resilient and continue to provide high-quality care to their patients.

Cleveland Clinic is one of nine health care networks across the US currently putting the dashboard to use to inform their climate focused outreach and communications and to guide their resilience planning efforts. Recently, Cleveland Clinic was awarded one of the inaugural EH&S Information Management Awards at the Vendantix Summit 2016: Getting Value from EH&S Information Management in Chicago where more than 200 delegates gathered to share best practices on how to improve environmental health and safety (EH&S) processes, systems and metrics through digital transformation. Awards honored both the organizations who implement projects as well as their software and services suppliers.

Cleveland Clinic was recognized for Hospital Leadership for implementation of Four Twenty Seven’s Resilient Hospital Dashboard. The Dashboard brings together energy efficiency, climate change, and health impact information to enable Cleveland Clinic not only to plan for climate change induced patient surges and increased energy demand but to better understand how to mitigate these impacts.


2015 EBJ Business Achievement AwardCCBJ-AWARD

Two of our projects on climate change and human health won the CCBJ’s 2015 Business Achievement Awards for Project Merit: Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience.
The projects include a web-based Heat Vulnerability application that empowers health professionals to understand and communicate how heat and humidity will affect the most vulnerable populations in the U.S., and the Resilient Hospital Dashboard that empowers hospital administrators to assess risks to their facilities, to their patients and to their communities.


ESRI winner

2015 ESRI Human Health and Climate Change App Challenge

Four Twenty Seven has developed a series of maps that examines one of the most significant public health risks posed by climate change: heat vulnerability. The apps won First Prize at the ESRI Human Health and Climate Change App Challenge.

These maps combine projections from global climate models with socioeconomic indicators of heat vulnerability to compare the complex and interconnected components of heat risk and resilience by county in the U.S.


2014 EBJ Business Achievement Award

2014_CCBJaward_logo January 2015 – Environmental Business Journal® (EBJ), a business research publication which provides high value strategic business intelligence to the environmental industry*, has honored 50 companies for revenue growth, acquisitions, innovative project designs, technology applications, new practice areas, social contributions and industry leadership in 2014.
Four Twenty Seven and Climate Earth were chosen to receive the CCBJ Award for Technology Merit: Climate Risk Management and Adaptation. The firms were recognized for launching the first enterprise-quality application enabling large corporations to quickly map and quantify global supply chain risks due to climate change.
Read the full press release and find out more about our supply chain application.


2014 Cartier Women’s Initiative Award – Finalist

Cartier-Womens-Initiative-Awards1 October, 2014 – Four Twenty Seven’s Emilie Mazzacurati was one of two finalists in North America for the prestigious Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards. For her business plan developing climate change risk analysis tools at Four Twenty Seven, Emilie was selected by judges to attend the final round and award ceremony at the 2014 Annual Global Meeting of the Women’s Forum in Deauville, France. The Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards are an international business plan competition created in 2006 by Cartier, the Women’s Forum, McKinsey & Company and INSEAD business school to identify, support and encourage projects by women entrepreneurs.

Media coverage

How does Generation Y look at gender differences in the workplace? The old stereotypes on female’s lack of self-confidence go down the drain in a joint interview of Four Twenty Seven CEO Emilie Mazzacurati and Martin Schoeller, COO at Diverseo, on French news channel FRANCE 24
View the interview.

Four Twenty Seven is featured in the Environmental Business Journal’s Environmental Industry Outlook 2014: read the full article here. More companies face climate-related risks to supply chains, by Shana Rappaport – Published March 03, 2014.


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