The Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy Network

Beltane

Ecoquent

GEOLOG

Janis Brizga

Green Liberty
Head of the Board

Between H2O and CO2-

The business of electric power in the age of resiliency and climate risk

Brian Marrs

Facing transatlantic challenges with Southwest solutions

Lessons from state-level policy-making in the US Southwest for the transatlantic community

by Agata Hinc, Managing Director, demosEUROPA – Centre for European Strategy

Smart Ideas in Energy and Water from the Southwest US

Smart Ideas in Energy and Water from the Southwest US: Technologies that improve energy and water management and their economic benefits

By: Erum Azeez Khan

Counterintuitive solutions improve public transportation and urban design in Seattle

ELEEP member Edvard Glücksman reports on ELEEPs study tour to the US Pacific Northwest and specifically Seattle’s public transportation and urban design. The environmental threats that Urban Sprawl causes are detrimental to natural habitats and pose a need for action.

Improving quality of life through urban growth boundaries, 20-minute neighbourhoods, and public transportation in Oregon

ELEEP member Edvard Glücksman reports on ELEEPs study tour to the US Pacific Northwest and specifically on Oregon’s leading role in urban growth. The environmental threats that Urban Sprawl causes are detrimental to natural habitats and pose a need for action.

Two Cities Review

In the "New Rule of Real Estate", Marilyn Waite presents a narrative that takes place during an ELEEP study tour of North American urban transformation. Through interactions with the many elements that make up a location, such as infrastructure, climate, people, organizations, and food, the narrator comes to at least one conclusion: Detroit’s got potential.

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