EDF Climate Corps Blog: EDF Climate Corps in the News
Environmental Defense Fund Climate Corps Fellow Joins First Lady at State of the Union Address
EDF Staff | January 28, 2014
The White House announced today Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Climate Corps fellow Tyrone Davis will join First Lady Michelle Obama at tonight’s 2014 State of the Union.
AT&T Celebrates Its 5th Year Participating in EDF Climate Corps
Guest Author | January 27, 2014
AT&T will be engaging with EDF for the fifth year in a row, because it’s that good.
How Networking Leads Two Leading Nonprofits to Partnership
Chaprece Henry | January 16, 2014
When Matt Scallet arrived at the nonprofit Groundswell in 2013, his task was clear. As an EDF Climate Corps fellow, he was to take a deep hard look at how Groundswell helped other nonprofits create demand for renewable energy by purchasing renewable energy credits (RECs).
Along with new EDF Climate Corps hosts, new project offerings in 2014
Scott Wood | January 14, 2014
Environmental Defense Fund unveiled today the first group of participating organizations to sign on for EDF Climate Corps 2014, along with a revamped list of smart energy management offerings the program will provide for them.
Coming Soon A Showtime Documentary on Climate Change: Years of Living Dangerously
Stephanie Kennard | November 1, 2013
“Everybody thinks [climate change] is about melting glaciers and polar bears…this is 100 percent a people story,” James Cameron said in the trailer for the upcoming Showtime documentary series, Years of Living Dangerously.
Time Warner Cable Highlights EDF Climate Corps in Video of Energy Efficiency Work
Stephanie Kennard | October 11, 2013
Hundreds of leading organizations participate in EDF Climate Corps to take their energy management efforts to the next level. As one of the nation’s largest providers of video, high-speed data and voice services, Time Warner Cable participated in EDF Climate Corps to find cost-effective ways to save energy and reduce emissions.