EESI gives the most balanced, useful, complete and relevant information on topics concerning the environment and energy. I use their fact sheets and white papers all the time for my work within these fields. EESI is the Go To organization.
EESI is a great, knowledgeable, thoughtful organization keeping us up to date on climate change related information, often with policy insights. Weekly newsletters such as Sustainable Bioenergy, Farms, and Forests, along with well-managed, intelligent briefings on Capitol Hill provide opportunities to hear and ask questions of experts in diverse fields covering a wide range of topics.
EESI has earned great respect on Capitol Hill over decades for quality, expert-based briefings, forums and publications developed to enhance understanding and informed response to climate change. Staff and materials provide a foundation for in-depth analysis and strategy development for mitigating and adapting to the effects of climate change by a myriad of audiences.
As executive director of an organization dedicated to advocating for understanding, development and use of advanced biofuels as an alternative to petroleum, EESI's briefings, forums, newsletters, connections to decision-makers for policy, advocacy and industry constantly and consistently proves valuable in my work.
EESI staff retain a healthy skepticism and open mind as they help the world, particularly the US, explore evolving information about causes, effects and solutions or responses to climate change.
This organization must continue serving as a crucial guide to the multi-dimensional world of conscientious policy-making and social and business/industrial related to climate change.
EESI should not only continue its current work, but expansion would benefit its value to all of us. There's so much to do. EESI's valuable considered contribution, the expertise it has developed over decades and its culture of evaluation and promotion of wide-ranging ideas must continue. I urge all to do whatever is in your power to make this happen.
EESI provides very informative webinars and a newsletter that helps me keep up with issues that are impacting the developoment of renewable energy.
EESI's Sustainable Bioenergy, Farms, and Forests newsletter is an excellent end-of-week summary of the most timely and relevant topics with the potential to positively and negatively impact bioenergy and other clean technology development and deployment. In addition to capturing important headlines, EESI adds their own perspective to important issues and helps to frame the concerns with fact-based information. This outreach tool is a valuable mechanism for building awareness.
EESI supports their policy analysis with scientific basis. Their briefings are excellent tools for educating decision-makers and the public in general.
EESI puts on great events to bring together industry, non-profit, government, and academics in the renewable energy industry. It plays a vital role and has a much higher profile than many other non-profits in this space.
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EESI is one of the organizations devoted to the environment and energy issues that is very careful not to make the information they present partisan or inject politics into its information. The organization does not demonize but focuses on expertise for how to make changes without affecting affordability and reliability. I read their material, attend their briefings relatively often and have changed my conclusions and deepened my understanding as the result of their work. They are one of the few "adults" in this particular policy space. Their budget is modest and carefully administered but they have an impact on informing public policy that far exceeds their size. I have watched them work for many years and their consistency of focus on their mission has not changed.
EESI is my go-to source for environmental and energy updates, information, and opportunities. It is the most comprehensive weekly coverage, as well as totally reliable and in-depth analysis, covering government (White House, agencies, Congress, and courts), private, and nonprofit sectors, as well as partnerships among the sectors.
Reading Climate Change News is the first thing on my Monday morning "to do" list. Since its inception, it's done much to inform my thinking on climate change and development of materials for a class I teach on Energy Technology and Policy. My primary interests relate to energy and environmental sustainability (se2.nd.edu).