Richard Eidlin is co-founder and vice president of policy and campaigns with the American Sustainable Business Council.
Richard Eidlin is co-founder and vice president of policy and campaigns with the American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC). Based in Washington, D.C., ASBC advocates for policy change to build a vibrant and sustainable economy, representing more than 250,000 businesses through its national member network. Eidlin directs ASBC’s policy and advocacy campaigns on Capitol Hill, with the White House, and with federal regulatory agencies and state governments. He teaches environmental policy as adjunct faculty at Denver University serves on the Board of the Rocky Mountain Employee Ownership Center and is a member of the Social Venture Network.
You’ve probably heard that fracking is supported wholeheartedly by the business community, and that only environmentalists see problems with it. But that’s not the case. In fact, a growing number of businesses and business groups are finding that there is a strong business case to be made against fracking.