Greg leads EDF's Corporate Partnerships "Innovation Pipeline" to identify and develop groundbreaking environmental initiatives with leading U.S. companies.He manages teams of researchers and works with companies to find "sweet spots" where new technologies or processes can transform industries and solve pressing environmental problems.Prior to joining EDF, Greg worked on a range of environmental policy issues as Environmental Fellow to U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and as Legislative Assistant with the Solar Energy Industries Association, a national renewable energy advocacy organization. He holds a M.E.M. degree from the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University, and a B.S., Natural Resources from Cornell University.

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Is the Customer Always Right? Yes, When it Comes to Sustainability.

Greg Andeck manages Corporate Partnerships for the EDF Innovation Exchange, a dynamic global network facilitating the widespread adoption of environmental innovation in business. The EDF Innovation Exchange is also a 3p sponsor. The world’s leading companies all conduct extensive research to determine what their customers want and how they want it.  Whether they hire firms … Continued

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How EDF Harnesses Market Power

Greg Andeck manages Corporate Partnerships for the EDF Innovation Exchange, a dynamic global network facilitating the widespread adoption of environmental innovation in business. The EDF Innovation Exchange is also a 3P sponsor. At Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), we look for market based solutions to environmental problems. As the guy in charge of managing our partnership … Continued