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EESI is a phenomenal organization that provides information and data on climate challenges and climate change solutions. Its information is derived from many sources and is used to help inform Congress and local, state and federal agencies. EESI helps to create dialog and to develop solutions to environmental and energy challenges. The information is compelling. They are at the forefront of the tsunamic climate effects that truly threaten our environment and our future.
Great upbeat group of people to work with and learn with. Great way to stay up on the latest developments and thinking in a wide range of environmental issues and federal government responses.
EESI is my go-to source for information on federal climate policy. The briefings are interesting, the fact sheets are informative, the staff is helpful, and I love getting Climate Change Solutions every other week!
I don’t work in the climate policy space but have learned so much about the issues through Climate Change Solutions! Thanks EESI!
Really consistently high quality newsletter that's focused on interesting things happening in the world and climate solutions rather than just more political griping and 'world-is-gonna-end'-ism.
A beacon of clarity on environmental issues that affect us, our health, and the health of our planet. EESI has redoubled its efforts to get timely information to where it can be most effective (especially Capitol Hill) and advance viable solutions, without partisanship.
Good environmental and climate policy is grounded in solid evidence based, unbiased, and comprehensive information. The Environmental and Energy Study Institute is an exceptional organization with a committed and talented staff that brings high quality information to members of congress and their staff, federal, state and community government employees, and the public. EESI's briefings, outstanding web site, and publications on a broad range of issues focusing on climate change and resilience, conservation, and rural energy efficiency through its highly effective On Bill Financing program is making a difference for good in Washington and across the country. The excellent and consistent contribution by EESI to the formulation of good climate, energy, and environmental policy deserves the highest recognition as a great nonprofit.
Since joining EESI as a volunteer in the spring of 2019, it has been a privilege to get to know the staff and observe their exceptional, dedicated, and tireless work to promote effective environmental and climate crisis solutions. Under Executive Director Carol Werner's 21 years of outstanding guidance and leadership of the organization before her retirement late last year, EESI acquired a sterling reputation as a source of thorough objective information and policy analysis that Capitol Hill staff rely on to move environmental, energy and climate legislation forward. New Executive Director Dan Bresett brings talented leadership, extensive knowledge of the legislative process, and skills in guiding the organization to achieve its most effective and comprehensive work to bring information analysis to legislative staff and the general public. Spending time in the offices of EESI I have seen first hand an organization of extremely committed and very capable staff members completely dedicated to the task of making a difference in the energy, climate, and environmental challenges facing our nation and the planet. EESI is certainly worthy of the highest rating as a Great Non-Profit.
EESI is an amazing organization that works hard to inform the public of current environmental and energy issues. I was an intern with the organization from January 2020-June 2020 and the staff is incredibly passionate, genuine and hard working. Their briefings are comprehensive and inclusive of all sustainability/resilience ideas.
My experience with EESI is one of the most influential and important experiences I’ve ever had. I was an intern with the organization for about 6 months, and all throughout I learned, grew and felt supported by the staff. EESI is made up of intelligent and caring individuals who are working tirelessly to make a positive change in the environmental field and tackle climate change. The work they do to inform congress and the general public about ongoing environmental and energy policy issues is invaluable.
I interned with EESI over summer 2020 and was blown away by the passion and knowledge of the entire team. Their intentionality behind the intern program alone is astounding, from paying their interns (quite the find in DC), to giving interns real, meaningful projects, I would recommend an internship at EESI to anyone. EESI’s work informing congress through fact -based, easy to understand, timely information is invaluable, and serves as an example of the way our democracy should work.
I had the immense privilege of working with EESI this summer on their Development Team and had an amazing experience. EESI is an amazing organization that works with policymakers on Capitol Hill to pass meaningful and just climate solutions. They also host virtual briefings with expert panelists, publish numerous articles covering a wide range of topics focused on climate change mitigation, and detailed fact sheets and reports that are all accessible to the general public. As an intern, I received lots of valuable advice and greatly appreciated the supportive and nurturing environment the staff created for me and the other interns. All of the staff are incredibly passionate about and dedicated to their work and I look forward to seeing EESI continue to thrive in the future.
The EESI is one of those small but heavy-hitting non-profits that is focused on engaging stakeholders and policymakers on today's pressing environmental and energy issues. From virtual briefings to its latest report on coastal resiliency, the EESI employs numerous strategies to spread its message and ensure decision-makers are properly informed. I recently interned with the EESI during the fall of 2020 as part of the organization's Access Clean Energy Savings team. Through my internship experience, I saw the behind-the-scenes running of the organization. The EESI's success is the result of the hard work and dedication of its employees. Each member, from the interns to the organization's leadership, believes whole-heartedly in the EESI's mission, and everyone is committed to leaving their mark on the organization's work. I was profoundly impressed with the organization's detailed reports, informative briefings, and interesting articles. But most of all, I was blown away by the quality people who work there. Under the leadership of Dan Bresette and others, the organization has gathered a world-class team of talented individuals. I know the EESI will continue to perform impressive work long into the future because the organization has proven it can adapt and thrive in the changing social, environmental, and economic context in which it operates. I would highly recommend the EESI to anyone interested in engaging and supporting an environmental non-profit.
I worked as a Policy Intern at EESI during the spring and summer of 2020, and had an incredible experience. EESI's work to inform policymakers and the general public on pressing environmental and energy policy issues is critical, and the organization's staff is dedicated to promoting climate solutions that take into account the needs of all people. The staff of EESI are all committed to the goals of mitigating and adapting to climate change, and do so by cultivating an organization that was wonderful to work at. I felt like a valued part of a team from the first week of my internship, and received valuable opportunities and constant support for my professional growth. In a year full of unexpected challenges, EESI continues to work toward solutions to the climate crisis with compassion and dedication.
I was a Policy Intern here, and I can honestly say it is my favorite and most rewarding internship I've ever done! From Day 1, the staff was so welcoming, kind, helpful, and smart, and I immediately felt comfortable in the team. Going into it, I knew I would learn a lot about a range of environmental policy topics, but I was still blown away by how much I actually learned about so many different things. This internship instilled strong research and writing techniques, and encouraged learning opportunities by attending events and briefings around DC (including being involved in putting on our own briefings). I can't even stress how valuable this experience was for me. Everything that EESI does is truly a team effort, and they are making such a positive impact in the world, always putting out high quality information and keeping Congress educated on important issues. I look forward to seeing the great work EESI does in the future!
This work is very helpful for both domestic and international perspectives.
EESI provides relevant information in a timely manner without the partisan bias you often see in communications about critical clean energy topics of the day. I have relied on the information from EESI over three decades and find their material and their briefings to be of great value.
EESI is a dynamic, focused organization that advances sustainability through direct engagement with members of Congress and their staffs. Their evidence-based analyses on climate, environment, and clean energy issues help decision-makers understand complex subjects in order to make tough decisions that will benefit society and the world.
Having served in Congress for 10 years, I don't know what I would have done without the excellent, informative, comprehensive briefings of the Environmental and Energy Study Institute. They assembled experts that even our own Congressional Committees failed to consider!
The briefing on nuclear decommissioning was the most comprehensive, fact filled analysis of today's nuclear. The information provided is essential for all policy makers and citizens to review BEFORE any further discussion is had about 'new', costly nuclear options to address climate. We already have the 'least cost solutions' of energy efficiency, and renewables at our finger tips. Let's stop wasting taxpayers dollars, destabilizing the environment AND jeopardizing our national security.
EESI is making a significant and positive impact on climate education of our nations leaders. The value proposition is tremendous.
Climate action supporters are exposed to high volumes of news of climate change every day through various headlines, many of which go unnoticed.
EESI distills the most news-worthy developments in a succinct manner and streamlines the information dissemination process. Through the newsletter many of the most forefront and prominent topics become accessible to the reader. The reader can trust that they remain abreast of the latest developments on a single platform
This is an exciting time for this well run and effective non-profit! The issue of climate change is roaring back despite the Current Administration's lack of support for action. EESI is DIRECTLY assisting both Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill to understand the urgency of this issue, the complexity of our challenges and solutions - and helping to show the way to a real and timely path forward. EESI is engaged in bringing the voices of Americans facing the consequences of climate change to speak and meet with policymakers. EESI leadership is one of the leading organizations helping to turn the political tide toward justice and progress.
I was a Congressional staffer for 20 years and White House staff for 6 years. I grew to respect and support EESI because it is a trusted source of excellent, substantive information on some of the most complex issues of our time. This non-profit makes a unique and necessary contribution to the understanding and problem solving needs of Congress, state and local government, corporations and NGOs. I am glad I can finally give back to EESI through Board service.
Greatly thankful to the EESI for sharing the latest insights on climate security - the briefing "A Security Threat Assessment of Global Climate Change", which was hosted by the Center for Climate and Security and the Environmental and Energy Study Institute. Looking forward to the next engagement!
Armen Asryan, PhD candidate in Climate Change and Sustainable Development Policies
As chairman of this organization for ten years I have been overwhelmingly impressed by the dedication of the staff to the mission, and also increasing recognition by outsiders as to the effectiveness of the EESI educational efforts. Frankly there is no better on
Line environmental scan of recent developments in the climate change space then the relaunched “Climate Solutions” newsletter by EESI.
I am a climate change enthusiast and am presently doing Ph.D. in climate change issues in India. I have had nearly 7 years of experience of working in disaster management areas in government of india. I find EESI selfless initiatives very very appealing and forthcoming for the cause of humankind. The kind of awareness generation you people are doing and the kind of encouragement we people get from your works, is awesome. One day i wish to join EESI in some capacity and contribute my little bit in climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction mainstreaming into developmental activities as well as community resilience in this regard.
February 13 was my first EESI briefing. I didn't know what to expect, but within moments after the briefing started I knew what the objectives were and why they were having this particular briefing. I have signed up for the EESI newsletter and hope to hear more about water scarcity, water quality protection efforts, and coastal adaptation and resilience projects throughout the country.
EESI brings critical voices to Washington and beyond to address issues, solutions and pathways forward that are grounded in science and policy that makes sense.
The EESI reports are robust, straight-forward and understandable to the average citizen. The interactive version offers an easily digestible portrayal of the state of affairs along with explanations of why the numbers matter. Reports encourage participation.
EESI provides webinars and papers that address the issues pertinent to my community. We are volunteers to Citizens Climate Lobby, members of the local League of Women Voters, and others.) The webinar on electric vehicles contributed to the education of the volunteers who lobbied our city to add charging stations. The Growing Role of Renewable Energy briefing was also shared and earlier webinars on the status of financing renewables. To name a few.
Great Up-to date information!
I am willing to volunteer in Thailand. I have no formal training. I need suggestions and direction.
Climate change is THE WORLD ISSUE ... all others pail to it.
Brief Note on UDYAMA
UDYAMA is a Development Catalytic Organization close to three-decades with an emotional relationship with communities , institutions & working with various constituents having strong exposure in implementation Research of agro-ecology development & community-resilience-process . Our enhanced outreach with local, regional, international organizations micro-macro linkages is well built . UDYAMA is deeply advocating localize the SDGs and pursuing for local action & global networking towards risk informed resilient development, community adaptation with special advancement to food, water, nutrition improvement , cluster growth & expansion in western & coastal Odisha and neighboring states. And now UDYAMA is the one of the Partner Organization to Sustainable Food Systems (SFS) Powered by FAO & UNEP, it is called as The One Planet Network under the framework of Sustainable Consumption & Production (SCP).
UDYAMA, (www.udyama.org ) is embarking on citizen-actions on mainstreaming resilience building with the framework of UNISDRR in order to maximizing benefit of readiness, preparedness, better restoration of Livelihoods Infrastructure rehabilitation. Influencing policy to add value on cross cutting programs like ecosystem & nature based solutions, wise water use, bringing small innovations in livelihoods infrastructure at community is our prime target. Besides sustained effort to minimize loss, damages, allied risks & vulnerability in leveraging resources with END-WATER-POVERTY campaign, deepening governance on water and local biodiversity & capitalizing mainstream resources impact to livelihoods of small holdings connecting climate-justice are well demonstrated. We always advocate a broad based livelihoods in cultivating solutions for people& planet that has added value for money for Eco-prenures connecting social, ecological, human capital as matter to Next-Development-Challenges.
UDYAMA is personally & professionally associated with many local, national international institutes
Network member Ecosystem Services Partnership & Global soil Partnership,
Climate Change Technology Network(CTCN) an extended technical wing of UNFCCC,
Life-member of Indian Association of Soil and Water-Conservation, Dehradun, India.
Life-Member of Orissa Environmental Society, Bhubaneswar.
Life member India Water Partnership & Global Water Partnership ,& Global Environment Facility
Life Member of Indian Red Cross society,
Network member to Revitalizing Rain-fed Agriculture (RRA) & SRI India,
Network Member of Stakeholder Forum, AGWA, Water Climate Coalition, CLEAN, member Earth Day Network
Network , member to End Water Poverty Campaign, WSSCCC , SusanA , S2S, Gender and Water Alliance, water allies, Member Global soil Partnership.
Network member asia-sdgs-platform
Network-member of eradication of Hunger & Poverty, Network member APRCEM,
Network member of, UNGLOBAL COMPACT, GACSA-FAO, UNISDR,UNESCAP,
National focal Point & member Regional Steering Committee for Asia at GNDR ,CHS, C4C,SPHERE, member with Urban Poverty Migration , ACCCRN, CANSA, ,weAdapt ,WOCAT-, ICLEI ,SAMHITA, Global Alliance for Clean Cook Stoves.
Roster Expert UNHABITAT, Observer UNFCCC , Roster-Expert CDKN , Observer-UNCCD ,
UDYAMA is one of the Best NGOs awardees on Rural Reconstruction & Environment in 2006 , International Awardees on Environment 2014 FromKyobo foundation Seoul & Best NGOs on Water Harvesting from UNESCO-2016 and many. For other details please log on links:
https://youtube.com/watch?v=_m7LBF5iG1E,https://youtu.be/izUweRS7GpM, http://youtu.be/DYFDxDkl3eM, http://www.linkedin.com/in/udyamapradeepmohapatra, https://www.facebook.com/udyama.pradeep, http://sdt.unwto.org/content/partners-0,
Chronology of Awards & Accolades, Networking
2006- Best NGO Award for Rural Reconstruction & Environment
2008- Participation Award for the year of International Year of sanitation
2009- best Social organization
2010- best organisation in social service
2010- Utkal Gourav award - Sishu samaj
2010-Accredited to End water Poverty Campaign
2012- Accreditation from UNCONGO
2012-Partner To Global Water Partnership
2012- the e-ngo award from DEF -
2014- International Award for Environment -
2014- member organisation Citynets
2014-Accredited to NIOS National Institute for Open Schooling , Ministry of HRD, GoI,
2015 Accredited to Low carbon Development Strategies
2015 Accredited to Sustainable Water and Sanitation for all,
2016 Accredited to Global Environment Facility
2016-UNESCO-water Digest Award for Best NGO on Water Harvesting
2016 Partner In sanitation & Water for All
2017- Partner with Sensitize to Sanitize (S2S)
2017- Accredited to UNEP & UNEA
2017- National focal point of GNDR from South Asia
2017-Multistakeholder Advisor Committee to Sustainable food Systems Powered y FAO/UNEP under SCP-10YFP, Now UDYAMA is one of the Partners
2018- Accredited to Global Soil Partnership
2018- Roster Expert CANADEM
2018 Roster Expert NAP
2018- Accredited Soil Partnership,
2019- Best NGO Award for Environment by BWW
2019- Best NGO Worked to support communities in Cyclone FANI
Was able to use the fact sheets to better understand the global economy
There is an abundance of information on Climate change which can often be confusing as various writers often try to impress or exaggerate matters. EESI provides clear, succinct information as well as references for further reading, from reliable sources. It provides the information in a non-'pompous' manner so as to focus on the science behind the issues and the actions which need to be taken rather than who is to blame etc.
I wish them the best of luck in their initiative and I will definitely do my part to help them achieve their goals, which afterall are / should be the goals of mankind.
I am Ghanashyam Singh from India, Manipur University. I work here as a PhD research scholar, my work is base on anatomical data of tree to find the climate changes which has happened in centuries, its called dendroclimatology.
Recently in last 2 to 3 decades in our State, Manipur I see the amount of deforestation is at climax stage. To reduce these, I have planted several thousand trees in Koubru mountain and different places called Sacred Groove. I want help from all possible sources to continue doing what I do to help metigate this climate changes due to deforestation.
I am new in this nonprofit and don't have much thoughts about this, but i feel it will give good information about my work
I have been an association executive for over 20 years, and EESI is one of only a handful of organizations where your donation dollar gets best mileage. EESI is apolitical and dedicated to bringing about a new, low-emissions economy based on energy efficiency and renewable energy. It's funded by pragmatic people and pragmatic foundations. Its bipartisan agenda gets the ears of those on Capitol Hill and state governments as well.
EESI is truly dedicated to environmental sustainability, and its platform is gaining more credibliity every day.
El sol, es nuestro principal fuente de energía, por una generación más ecoeficiente, usemos energías limpias.
Muchas gracias por su comentario. Nuestro trabajo es difundir las ideas que necesitamos mas energy limpias y renovables.
A useful source for news and updates which don't appear elsewhere!
We're pleased you find our news and updates useful! Thank you so much for reviewing.
We in west central Dutchess County New York are now experiencing the construction of an
imense methane burning gas plant which is due to fire up late fall or early winter. Although
we live in a beautiful, bucolic , pastoral eden ,our air quality is already compromised . The activation of this plant will not be good .Some local people believe community action may
halt the activation of this plant that is finnanced by global investment . I believe the need
for this plant has to be replaced by the establishment of local energy production collectives.
I accessed this site to research this oppertunity.
Very valuable information on what is being done, and what can be done to counter the looming climate change problem.
Thank you for saying so! We are glad you find our work to be valuable in finding climate solutions.
Solid timely clean energy reports on a variety of topics followed by top-tier experts and speakers in the subsequent EESI Capitol Hill educational events. No other group offers this breadth and depth of information and experts within the clean energy field.
Thank you for taking the time to review, and thank you again for such a kind comment! We work hard to make sure effective solutions against climate change are heard.
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EESI provides outstanding briefings to Congressional Staff and support for public power groups and electric co-ops to apply for energy efficiency funding. A top-quality bipartisan energy and environment organization.
We are so grateful you appreciate our work! Thank you for taking the time to write a review, it means a lot.
While writing a report for a client, I was very pleased to find EESI's resources on the topic of climate change and insurance. Their August 2018 paper on the role of insurance in managing climate change impacts (by Pfister and Scolari) was the most useful and concise paper I saw on the topic in a couple months of research. Here's the link:
Educating our lawmakers on key environmental and energy issues is vital to making sound policy decisions. EESI provides an objective and non partisan education forum that provides these congressional leaders with the information and resources they need to make informed decisions
The level of expertise at EESI is extremely deep and savvy. Their contribution to the knowledge sharing and scientific-based briefings on Capitol Hill to Members of Congress and staff are widely followed and considered nonpartisan, and extensively quoted and noted. The Institute is run professionally and seemingly not a penny wasted.
I have been involved in energy and environmental policy work for over 40 years - in both the public and private sector - and over that time I have found few organizations as committed or as successful as EESI in pursuing knowledge with the goal to educate elected officials, especially Congressional members and staff, on the very real environmental and energy challenges confronting our nation. EESI brings together policy experts and practitioners - people whose job is to address the real world impacts of these challenges - in a nonpartisan manner in public forums to discuss some of the most pressing issues that warrant Congress' attention. These forums are not academic discussions. Almost always they include people who have had to deal with the direct impacts of these issues and can offer from experience practical ideas on how to address these challenges. Knowledge is power. Through its forums and publications, EESI seeks to expand policy makers' and the public's knowledge on important environmental and energy matters in the belief that knowledge will contribute to responsible solutions to our pressing environmental and energy challenges. What makes EESI's contribution even more remarkable is how it is able to fulfill its mission so well with such a small, talented and passionate staff lead by a deeply dedicated and widely respected executive director.
At this critical time, EESI plays an extremely important role by educating Congress and the public about climate change. Founded by a bi-partisan group of Congress people, the organization has credibility on both sides of the aisle. EESI makes us hopeful that something can be done before it is too late.
The Environmental and Energy Study Institute is takes great pain to ensure they provide non-partisan, factually substantiated information to congressmen, senators, and public, private, and governmental institutions to help society, civilization, and the environment.
As an association executive/CEO of 25 years, I sit on their board, and i know first-hand how carefully and strategically we and the staff move forward to achieve our mission and vision.
EESI is a superbly run nonprofit with huge impact - dedicated to bipartisan discussion of the pressing challenges facing Congress. Through its briefings - open to all - and its briefing papers on the issues of the day - EESI is a trusted source of information for Members of Congress and staff - and provides high quality content for experts and beginners. As an organization is has a decades long history of top notch staff and provides internships that have led many former interns to top level jobs on the Hill or in Federal agencies. Find EESI briefings online and see for yourself!
EESI plays a critical role, primarily informing Members of Congress about the environmental issues coming before Congress. EESI offers briefings on a wide range of critical issues, such as the means of addressing climate change, the role of climate change in national security, the possibilities and problems of geoengineering, the role of agriculture, biofuels and nuclear energy in resolving climate and pollution challenges. The average attendance at these briefings, open to the public, is more than half congressional staffs. The organization has a major program relating to on-bill financing of renewable energy focused on cooperatives, and a new initiative on resilience measures to deal with cimate change consequences. It is a splendidly managed organization, running balanced budgets and accumulating a substantial surplus. It is an exceptional dedicated staff of experts in the various fields in which it operates.
I am continually astounded the quality, scope and effectiveness of this organization I helped to found. Our Executive Director, Carol Werner, is a wonder woman who is always on top of the important environmental and energy issues, puts together stellar briefings on them with top presenters and an average of more than 100 congressional, NGO and industry attendees, puts together impressive coaltions to reach consensus on measures that can pass.
At Pace Law School I started the Pace Energy & Climate Center which works with utility regulators, state energy offices, Independent system operators and other NGOs to put out the facts on the advantages of energy efficiency and renewable energy both for the economy and the environment. We did the first US study on the externalities of power production, for example, that inspired multi-million studies by the U.S. DOE and the European Commission, producing results that are now used by the World Bank and some State commissions to evaluate the true costs of energy options, finding for example that the true costs of coal plants, including the external costs of early deaths, health costs and environmental damage, would double the real costs of coal-based production. The EESI work in this field was invaluable to us.
I am ever so proud of our accomplishments.
Former Member of Congress
Pace Law School
I love their informational reports, their bipartisan work, and their easy to navigate website.
Sustainable Bioenergy, Farms, and Forests is one of the relatively few sources of information on energy policy that sticks to facts and avoids ideological campaigns that characterize much environmentally related discussion in the U.S.
As a policy researcher on this subject, I find the difference between European treatment of energy policy startlingly different from that in the U.S., where we have something like a battle to the death between environmentalists and industry. This is a tragedy, because if we did not have our conflict we could be the world leader in the effort to combat global warming. The U.S. in the past stood out for its bold entrepreneurship and ability to do things that other nations did not. But whereas major industries in Europe are critical parts of environmental policy (e.g. Germany, Austria, Sweden, and Finland) our internal conflict has made collaboration between industry, NGOs and government impossible.
The Sustainable Bio energy, Farms, and Forests is an essential part of my classes. I teach classes in energy and sustainability at a university. I share information with my students during class discussions.
Relevant and timely reporting on critical environmental issues.
we collaborate with EESI often and they have graciously shared their office space/conference room when needed, for meetings we've initiated. great group doing great work!
Despite its origination- and advertisement - as a 'bi-partisan' institution, EESI is certainly not centrist, and more importantly, no longer an institute of study as its name suggests.
Its website contains far more projections than data. Perhaps this is because its board is comprised mainly of attorneys rather than scientists (of any stripe). I was disappointed to learn from its listed goals, values and mission statement that EESI essentially has already decided on the solution ("decreasing [our] carbon footprint") to virtually any environmental problem - global, regional, or local. That in itself is not necessarily bad if they are just as dedicated to defending their views with data and logical argument. Sadly, I did not find ANY scientific data on their website, just oodles of political articles. A few scientific sounding titles appeared promising at first, but very unfortunately, the articles themselves were very fuzzy, had little if any detail, and no direct scientific references. If you are looking for a convenient site to access up-to-date scientific literature on environmental topics, as I was, look elsewhere.
It is very useful to learn something new. As a interested person in the field of climate change I use this website frequently. It helps me greatly to improve my knowledge and creativity.
EESI sends out a weekly newsletter that I've signed up for in the first week of every new job I've had in the last 10 years. The newsletters are focused and useful, and well-organized into science and policy, and regional and global issues and updates. Thanks for all the great information!
As a congressional staff member, I always find EESI's briefings very informative and thorough. They view environmental issues through a multidisciplinary and system-wide lens, and bring in stakeholders that can speak to very different sides of an issue. Information is organized very succinctly and in an easy-to-find on their website, with helpful summaries and fact sheets about the issue areas they cover and the most recent news of the day. Definitely a great source of analysis and unique perspectives on important issues.
the work they do extremely important in this current state. We need information, a way to stay active and informed, and to protect our world.
EESI is a highly reputable organization that has placed large amounts of effort into solving the issue of climate change and other environmental problems.
What makes EESI different is their history of working on a bipartisan basis to provide facts and guidance to lawmakers, regulators, and the public. This is such an important act now that people are talking past each other on the environment and future energy.