My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI), Washington, DC, USA
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.
Review for Ceres, Boston, MA, USA
Ceres has been a leader providing analysis and networking on issues of climate change and environmental protection and clean energy for a very long time. They deserve acknowledgement for being an effective non-profit leader.
Review for Grist Magazine, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA
I have been in the clean energy field for over 30 years, and read The Grist religiously for it wide-ranging coverage of technology, projects and policy with even a tad of humor (unheard of in most environmental publications). David Roberts is one of the best analytical reporters in the business, and while i do not always agree with him on all his overviews, they are well-written and professional. I think the only suggestion I can give, is sometimes coordinate articles around issues showing different viewpoints within the "green" or clean energy community. This field is not monolithic in thought and it's important to expose this diverse thinking and pointy-of-views, Scott Sklar, President, the Stella Group, Ltd.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
The Grist articles come up in many of my Washington, DC meetings and coordination meetings among different analytical and advocacy groups. A good sign that this communication media is having an impact.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Sems fine, I had one suggestion (above). I like the humor and I hope that stays because it makes the communications more human and more engaging.