September 30, 2011
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Advocacy, Publications, and Events
-The Social Cost of Carbon in U.S. Climate Policy, in Plain English
-E2 Members Head to DC to Discuss the DOD and Growing the Clean Economy
-Series on Ocean Acidification Comes to a Close in Portland
-Economic Analysis Shows Potential Savings and Job Creation
-E2 Members Mingle and Learn at Clean Energy Home in CO
-Get to Know Your Fellow Pacific Northwest Member
-Network, Learn, and Discuss E2's Issues with Other Members
Her earlier professional career includes 30 years of corporate law practice. Recently, Dianne and Ruth Greenspan Bell co-authored More than Meets the Eye: The Social Cost of Carbon in U.S. Climate Policy in Plain English, published by the Environmental Law Institute and the World Resources Institute. The following article is an abridged version of “More than Meets the Eye”.
Presidents since Ronald Reagan have...read more >
In support of that mission the group attended a high-level meeting with senior Senators where they discussed the importance of partnering with DOD to save the country money, reduce casualties associated with oil procurement and use, and to advance our investment in US -made clean energy and energy efficiency technologies. In our discussions with DOD, E2 found that while the current engagement level of the military is positive, there is still work to be...read more >
The lead speaker was Congressman Brian Baird (D-WA), who during his tenure in the House was Chair of the House Subcommittee on Energy and Environment and a leading voice for addressing ocean acidification. Representative Baird gave an inspiring presentation, calling this issue an "existential threat" to life on Earth and pointing to acidification as a powerful cause-and-effect argument in favor of carbon control.
NRDC was...read more >
The independent economic analysis commissioned by the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM) showed that a clean fuels standard could have significant economic benefits for the region, including saving the region up to $41 billion in fuel expenditures by reducing gasoline and diesel consumption by as much as 9 billion gallons annually in 2022 and beyond. The findings showed a projected increase in jobs by up to 50,000 over business as usual; growth in gross regional...read more >
Both Governor Ritter and Peter Malik...read more >
Scott was introduced to E2 at the Northwest chapter's inaugural EcoSalon with Senator Maria Cantwell as speaker and soon became a member. Scott has been active in the chapter's advocacy efforts ever since.
"I was drawn to E2 due to its affiliation with NRDC, an effective leader on environmental issues. I often find NRDC's staff engineers and scientists representing the environment at technical and policy meetings. These are those long and unglamorous standards meetings where the real decisions are made. NRDC is often the sole voice...read more >
The LinkedIn group provides members with the opportunity to connect with other members outside of events, and we hope that our members-only LinkedIn forum will allow you to use each other as a resource and sounding board for ideas that relate to E2’s work.
"By using the E2 LinkedIn group, I was able to connect with another E2 member on the other side of the country who knew a lot about biofuels- the subject of an upcoming event. This member's advice on the topic helped us improve our event and recruit another speaker. A perfect and timely tip! This LinkedIn group is going to increase our effectiveness as an organization." – Chris Dennett, E2 Member and...read more >
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