Nicole Lederer

E2 Co-Founder

Nicole Lederer is Chairman and Co-Founder of Environmental Entrepreneurs, focusing on growing E2’s pro-environment business constituency, establishing collaboration between business and environmental leaders and creating a positive dialogue with legislators at the state and national levels. She leads E2’s Advisory Council where E2’s regional and national strategies are formulated and managed. Nicole also leads E2’s federal advocacy agenda, supporting policies that foster environmental innovation, sustainable economic development and green job creation. Since 2002, she has led E2 delegations to Washington to meet with House and Senate members, as well as representatives from the Executive Branch. Nicole serves on the board of NRDC. She is a frequent speaker on green job creation and other business benefits related to environmental policy.

Bob Epstein

E2 Co-Founder

Bob Epstein is an entrepreneur and engineer with a Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. He is a co-founder of five companies: Sybase, New Resource Bank, GetActive Software, Colorado Microdisplay and Britton-Lee. Bob currently splits his professional time between his roles as co-founder of Environmental Entrepreneurs, Director of New Resource Bank, Advisory Board for the Goldman School of Public Policy and Chairman of the Natural Resources Defense Council Action Fund. Bob’s community activities are focused on the environment, public education, urban food systems and opera.

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REPORT: Record-Breaking Losses, Extreme Weather Trends Threaten Economies In Red And Blue States Alike

Analysis identifies historic and future trends by disaster type and region, down to the state, county, and congressional district Economic costs of climate change are growing alongside economic opportunities for action WASHINGTON, DC – As...


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REPORT: Midwest Clean Energy Jobs Grew 5% in 2021, Now Home to 714,323 Workers

Midwest’s clean energy economy positioned for even greater growth with Inflation Reduction Act investments Chicago, IL – Clean energy businesses in the Midwest added more than 36,400 workers in 2021, now employing 714,323 Midwesterners across the region. T...


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E2: New California Rule on Clean Vehicles Smart for the Economy

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is expected to adopt the Advanced Clean Cars II (ACII) regulation, which requires all new cars and trucks sold in California to be zero-emission vehicles beginning in 2035. The rule builds on California’s legacy of ...

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