The Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy Network

Adapting for change and approaching water scarcity: ELEEP’S California Study Tour

In March 2017, a group of ELEEP fellows traveled to California to learn about various climate change adaptation methods, as well as approaches for managing water scarcity. The group met a number of prominent leaders and experts, took part in planned and implemented initiatives, and discussed present and future concerns and possibilities.

Lessons from the European Study Tour on Climate Change Adaptation

While the idea of climate change mitigation strategies are mostly well developed at global, national, and local levels, the field of climate change adaptation has become increasingly important and relevant. In the fall of 2016, a group of 12 ELEEP members visited London, Brussels and Rotterdam to get a feel for the many different facets of climate change adaptation in Europe.

Lessons from Texas on the US Energy Transition

The second study tour of the 2015-2016 ELEEP Fellowship Class took place from 22 until 26 February 2016. On the study tour 16 ELEEP Members visited numerous cities in the state of Texas to explore the driving forces of the US energy transition. Key themes of the tour included wind and solar development, power markets and hydraulic fracturing.

Lessons from Denmark and Germany on the European Energy Transition

The first study tour of the 2015-2016 ELEEP Fellowship Class took place from 21 until 25 September 2015. On the study tour 15 ELEEP members visited Denmark and Germany to explore both opportunities and challenges of the European Energy Transition.

Linking Transit and Urban Development: ELEEP’s Portland-Seattle Study Tour

Politicians, businesses, and citizens in Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington are creating transportation systems that build and connect communities and encourage economic development.

Climate Change Negotiations and the German Energiewende – Warsaw-Berlin-Hamburg

The ELEEP Network's third study tour of 2013 continued its series of events promoting a transatlantic dialogue on climate and energy funded by the European Union (EU) and the Robert Bosch Stiftung. (ELEEP stands for the Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy Network).
Warsaw - Berlin - Hamburg

Water-Energy-Climate Nexus

As part of ELEEP's 18-month EU-US Energy and Climate Dialogue funded by the European Union, ten members of the ELEEP Network took part in a study tour on the Energy-Water-Climate Change Nexus in the American Southwest.

Energy Efficiency in the UK

From 14 until 19 April 2013, a group from the transatlantic Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy Network (ELEEP) visited London and Aberdeen (Scotland) as part of a study tour on the topic of "Energy Efficiency in the UK."

Sustainable Transportation and the Evolution of Mobility

A group of ten selected ELEEP (Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy) Network members met in Stuttgart, Germany, and Paris, France, from 30 September through 5 October 2012 to explore how the two regions are implementing visions of sustainable transportation policy and to investigate the ways that businesses and civil society are contributing to the evolution of the concept of mob

Study Tour on American perspectives on energy, climate policy, and innovation

As part of the ELEEP Network’s ongoing investigation of the changing energy landscape in Europe and the United States, ten ELEEP members participated in a study tour to Denver, Colorado and San Francisco, California from 19 to 24 August 2012.