The Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University is a nonpartisan institute founded in 2005 to help decision makers in business, industry, government, and the nonprofit sector understand their options, anticipate their choices, and make the most of opportunities for leadership in creating a more economically and environmentally sustainable future. The Institute acts as an honest broker by convening and fostering open, ongoing, and often off-the-record dialogue among stakeholders from all sides of an issue; develops and delivers timely, relevant, and sophisticated data modeling and analysis; and provides decision makers with unbiased evaluations of policy risks and rewards, and helps them develop innovative, practical solutions to complex challenges.
Areas of focus
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Leader gender: Male Leader(s) (2022): N/A
Leader gender: N/A Leader(s) (2021): K. Emerson Beyer | Martin Doyle | Kate Konschnik | Lydia Olander | Jonathan Phillips | Amy Pickle | Tim Profeta | John Virdin
Leader gender: Both male and female co-leaders (more than one person)