EDF Climate Corps Blog: Tools and Resources
Liz Delaney | February 11, 2015
Energy management can be complicated, and the projects that organizations must tackle run the gamut: from small-scale lighting and HVAC upgrades to whole building retrofits, from baselining energy consumption to data analysis of enterprise-wide energy management systems...
Victoria Mills | January 22, 2015
Business leaders have long agreed on the “why” of environmental management: seeing the value in increased profits, reduced waste and a smaller carbon footprint. But the “how” has often been the stumbling block.
Scott Wood | November 25, 2014
“Tell me, and I’ll forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me, and I’ll understand.” This Chinese proverb, which appears in the Environmental Employee Engagement (EEE) Roadmap released yesterday by Net Impact, captures the underlying human behavior driving the need for employee engagement programming within organizations.
Chris Riso | November 21, 2013
The Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency just released a new report titled “Driving Behavior Change: Engaging Employees in Environmental Sustainability.” EDF was privileged to serve as an advisor on this report, which presents a broad overview of practices companies are using to involve employees in efforts to improve environmental performance.
Jake Hiller | October 15, 2013
You’ve affirmed that a centralized reporting system or “energy scorecard” is a way to make energy efficiency wins visible. Can you talk about who the audience is for these and how they fit into the “results and stories” piece of the Virtuous Cycle of Strategic Energy Management?
EDF Climate Corps fellow | October 11, 2013
Recently, I had the pleasure to attend the kickoff event for the Building Energy Initiative - Chicago, an ambitious project recently launched by Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). The goal of the project is to complement Retrofit Chicago in bringing energy efficiency improvements to buildings throughout the city.