Press Archive

Miles To Go

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.

Introducing HistPhil’s Forum On Money Well Spent

EI CEO Hal Harvey’s new book Money Well Spent is the subject of a forum discussion on the future of strategic philanthropy.

China Should Match California’s Effort To Slow Climate Change

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.

How Your Life Might Change If California Goes ‘Carbon Neutral’ To Fight Climate Change

EI’s Chris Busch is interviewed in an article discussing how people’s lives may change if California goes carbon neutral by 2045.

Getting To Net Zero In California, For Everything

EI’s Chris Busch is quoted in an article discussing the implications of California’s net zero emissions by 2045 executive order.

California Could Be Hit With Host Of Different Climate Change Issues

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal is interviewed in an ABC San Francisco broadcast about potential climate change impacts in California.

California’s Climate Endgame

EI’s Chris Busch is quoted in an article discussing California Governor Jerry Brown’s executive order aimed at making the state carbon neutral by 2045.

How Do Ambitious Climate Pledges Impact Economic Growth? For Insight, Compare Texas And California.

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.

Two Ways Energy Storage Will Be A True Market Disruptor In The U.S. Power Sector

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.

Up To 10 GW More Solar, 2-2.5 GW Of Batteries Coming In California

EI’s Mike O’Boyle is quoted in an article assessing potential solar and energy storage capacity additions from California’s recent clean energy legislation.

Advocates: Trump’s Coal-Friendly Power Plan Will Hurt Ohio’s Health

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal is quoted in an article outlining how Trump’s coal and nuclear bailout would harm Ohio, and exploring alternative uses for proposed subsidies.

Thousands Of Cities And Counties Are Fighting Trump’s Fuel Efficiency Rollback

EI’s modeling of potential emissions impacts from the Trump’s fuel efficiency rollback is cited in an article about cities and counties suing to stop the proposal.

Offshore Wind Is A Good Value For The East Coast

A Forbes article from EI’s Mike O’Boyle is quoted in an editorial rebutting claims that offshore wind is too expensive to consider for policymakers.

‘Money Well Spent: A Strategic Plan For Smart Philanthropy’ Second Edition By Paul Brest And Hal Harvey

EI CEO Hal Harvey’s new book on strategic philanthropy, “Money Well Spent,” is reviewed by Alliance Magazine.

Climate Group Nominates HFC Mitigation Leaders For Awards

EI’s Hal Harvey is mentioned in an article highlighting UN nominees for an award on their work mitigating HFC emission pollutants.

Ohio PUC Details Utility Reform Roadmap In PowerForward Initiative

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal is quoted in an article discussing proposed utility reforms in Ohio after the state PUC’s PowerForward initiative.

New State Report On Climate Change With Hal Harvey

EI’s Hal Harvey discusses a new report on potential California climate change impacts and how clean energy policy can help reduce these concerns.

Trump Administration Coal Emissions Rollback Bad Business

EI’s Robbie Orvis discusses the economic and environmental impacts of the Trump Administration’s clean cars rollback in an article assessing the overall harm of Trump’s regulatory rollbacks.

Redirecting Trump’s Coal and Nuclear Bailout to Fund Economic Redevelopment

EI’s Sonia Aggarwal outlines how federal coal and nuclear bailout funding could be better spent investing in community redevelopment and worker transition.

Billions At Stake: Should We Invest In Struggling Power Plants Or Communities Facing Closures?

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.