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Ellen Bell
Clean Energy and Environmental Advocate, Works for Environmental Defense Fund, Views are My Own
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Ellen Bell Jan 15
“If the largest U.S. food company can prove the viability of farming practices that are good for the planet & for profits, it would be a game changer" notes via
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Yesh Pavlik Slenk Jan 13
Join me on the greatest, earth defending, leader creating, fun-loving team on the planet! Events Associate with Climate Corps,
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Boma Brown-West Jan 10
Harmful chemicals can leach into foods from packaging. My latest blog provides new resources to help your company identify and manage risks from a pervasive yet little known contaminant -- perchlorate:
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Ellen Bell Jan 8
This Chicago aquarium saved millions with an energy management dashboard:
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Aileen Nowlan Jan 3
Not one but TWO jobs are open to work on the impactful, creative, fast-moving Clean Air & Innovations team . Apply here (; analyst) and here (; manager).
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Yesh Pavlik Slenk Jan 5
Join me on the greatest, earth defending, leader creating, fun-loving team on the planet! Looking for an events associate to join the Climate Corps team!
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Ellen Bell Jan 7
"Increasingly, smaller companies are also making on-site clean energy installations to reduce uncertainty & bills" says in his latest for
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Ellen Bell Dec 17
The first major North American bank to go carbon neutral was . Here’s the story behind setting & meeting this goal via
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Ellen Bell Dec 17
Inspiring leadership: Climate Corps host signs new energy agreement that will lower its MA operations by 78% in 2019.
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EDF Energy Program Dec 13
"Initial signs raise serious doubt about the methane advocacy of large companies that tout support for the Paris Agreement." New post by and
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Ellen Bell Dec 11
Live December 19! Tune in to this webinar featuring , and experts on managing food contaminants for a safer supply chain in both the public and private sector. Register here:
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Ellen Bell Dec 11
Investors weigh in on methane regulatory debate, urge , , and to defend EPA rules via
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Ellen Bell Dec 5
Investors to oil majors: Unraveling basic EPA methane protections could hurt global competitiveness, increase risk
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Elizabeth Sturcken Dec 4
A3 ’s recently sat down w/’s manager to hear about their strategy & what other companies can learn. I recommend giving her blog a read:
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Elizabeth Sturcken Dec 4
A2a While voluntary corporate actions to cut emissions are very important, they’re simply not enough. Public policy can deliver the pace & scale of reductions needed to avoid the worst impacts of .
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Scott Wentzell Dec 4
The future of renewables plus battery storage? A virtuous cycle of policy, market forces and prices working together to accelerate technology-cost improvements. See my latest article in
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Ellen Bell Dec 4
"Leaders & laggards, winners & losers, will all be defined by how they respond to climate change. The leaders will surface based on their ability to take these 4 critical steps" writes
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Ellen Bell Nov 29
Starbucks baristas in Illinois will soon make lattes with wind power via
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Environmental Defense Fund Europe Nov 28
Not many people know that the U.K. economy is growing but it's energy use is shrinking and as says: "Imagine what we could do if we just drew the attention we needed."
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Ellen Bell Nov 27
Make your dollars go further with . Every $1 given by midnight unlocks $2 more to protect and defend the environment.
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