Learnings from Environmental Defense Fund's Climate Corps
Join us for a webinar to explore key learnings from EDF about how large organizations are overcoming common barriers to investing in energy efficiency. You will learn about EDF’s newly released framework, The Virtuous Cycle of Organizational Energy Efficiency, and hear firsthand success stories of Climate Corps organizations that have cut millions in energy costs.
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About the presenters:
Scott Wood is Outreach Coordinator for Environmental Defense Fund’s Corporate Partnerships Program. Scott focuses on building lasting relationships with leading companies and organizations through EDF Climate Corps, which is EDF’s innovative fellowship program that places specially trained graduate students in companies, universities and other organizations to save money and reduce emissions by cutting energy waste.
Jake Hiller is the Project Development Analyst for Environmental Defense Fund’s Corporate Partnerships Program. In this role, Jake works with the Director of Strategy and a diverse set of project managers to identify market opportunities, engage business leaders, and forge new corporate partnerships with the scale and impact to transform the sustainability of entire industries.
About the presenters' organization:
Environmental Defense Fund spearheads work with leading multinational companies to develop innovative, business-based solutions to environmental challenges and to drive change through the corporate value chain. Ranked #1 among environmental organizations for credible and effective partnerships by the Financial Times, EDF partner companies have included Wal-Mart; Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts; UPS; FedEx; DuPont; McDonalds; and Citigroup.