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ABOUT ELEEP

ELEEP is a dynamic, membership-only forum for the exchange of ideas, policy solutions, best-practices, and professional development for emerging American and European leaders working on or around environmental and energy issues.  Network members will have the opportunity to earn access to exclusive benefits including expenses paid participation in study tours in the United States and Europe and custom professional matches with leading experts and practitioners.  ELEEP members are young influencers -willing and able to impact policies that will ensure the security of our energy sources while preserving the environment.  ELEEP has no policy agenda, and no partisan or political affiliation.  We seek a 'big tent' collection of individuals committed to enacting pragmatic policies, and interested in joining a unique transatlantic network of practitioners from a wide range of industries and specialties.  ELEEP is a joint project of the Atlantic Council and the Ecologic Institute.

ELEEP CHATTER

November 26, 2011 @ 8:03 am
ELEEP member said:

A testy op-Ed claiming that energy jobs have been built on oil and gas, not green jobs...


November 29, 2011 @ 6:14 am
ELEEP member said:

I am glad you added the problem of labor intensity (costs) because framing the discussion just on jobs (benefits) is only one side of the coin...


December 1, 2011 @ 2:02 pm
ELEEP member said:

Thanks for all your explanations! I think once these facts get to the minds of people, there is only few real options to tackle the energy crisis! So, we really need your findings and more importantly, we need them to be spread all over the world. With this forum, these things become easier than ever!

FEATURED MEMBER

Gary Shu

Energy and Environment Foreign Service Officer, US Agency for International Development (USAID)

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