EI’s Hal Harvey writes that even though strategic philanthropy has come a long way in the past decade, it still has miles to go to reach social impact goals.
EI’s Hal Harvey says that if China matches California’s ambitious zero emissions by 2045 pledge, it will become the global leader on climate action and bring along other nations.
EI’s Chris Busch outlines manufacturing and jobs data from California, Texas, and the U.S. that provides key insights into how ambitious climate pledges impact economic growth.
EI’s Eric Gimon says energy storage will be a true market disruptor that reshapes U.S. power markets as fast-falling costs push more projects online.
EI’s Sonia Aggarwal outlines how billions in proposed coal and nuclear subsidies would be better spent on economic redevelopment for communities and workers in areas affected by plant closures.
EI’s Sonia Aggarwal outlines how federal coal and nuclear bailout funding could be better spent investing in community redevelopment and worker transition.
EI’s Hal Harvey outlines how donors and impact investors can learn if nonprofits and social enterprises are actually delivering results through strategic philanthropy.
EI’s Silvio Marcacci says Ontario’s energy policy reversal may undercut its economy by costing businesses billions, adding millions in consumer costs, eschewing thousands of jobs, and muddying its investment outlook.
EI’s Hal Harvey outlines the five elements that make up a successful approach to strategic philanthropy.
EI’s Hal Harvey outlines how Trump’s fuel efficiency EPA rollback will harm the U.S. auto industry as much as it will harm consumers and the climate.