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Ted Nordhaus - "an author, researcher, and political strategist" - is Chairman of the Breakthrough Institute. He co-authored a book with Michael Shellenberger titled The Death of Environmentalism and the Birth of a New American Politics.
The Death of Environmentalism Written in 2004
In writing it they consulted with and interviewed dozens of environmentalists whom they thank:
- Dan Becker
- Phil Clapp
- Tim Carmichael
- Ralph Cavanaugh
- Susan Clark
- Bernadette Del Chiaro
- Shelly Fiddler
- Ross Gelbspan
- Hal Harvey
- David Hawkins
- Bracken Hendricks
- Roland Hwang
- Eric Heitz
- Wendy James
- Van Jones
- Fred Keeley
- Lance Lindblom
- Elisa Lynch
- Jason Mark
- Bob Nordhaus
- Carl Pope
- Josh Reichert
- Jeremy Rifkin
- Adam Werbach
- Greg Wetstone
- V. John White
- Carl Zichella
"Ted holds a BA in history from the University of California, Berkeley.“
"Over the last twenty years, Ted has run major campaigns and initiatives for a large assortment of environmental and progressive political causes including the Public Interest Research Groups (PIRGs), the Sierra Club, Environmental Defense, and Clean Water Action. Nordhaus also served as the Campaign Director for Share the Water, a coalition of environmentalists, fishermen, farmers, and urban water agencies advocating reform of federal water policies in California, Executive Director of the Headwaters Sanctuary Project, and as a partner and political strategist with Next Generation, a political consulting firm serving environmental organizations and campaigns."
Articles and Resources
- The Breakthrough Institute: Staff. Retrieved on 2009-10-13.
- The Death of Environmentalism, reprinted in GRIST, 2004.
- Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus (2004-09-16). The Death of Environmentalism (pdf). Retrieved on 2009-10-13.
- http://www.thebreakthrough.org/about.php (accessed 2007-01, dead 2009-10-13)
- Competitiveness, Accountability, and Innovation: Investing in Oil Savings, Retiree Health Care, and a Revitalized Auto Industry for a Stronger America(pdf). Retrieved on 2009-10-13.
- Confirmed by Robert R. Nordhaus in email
- People and Business; Status of the Nordhaus Brothers In Administration Is Cleared Up (There's a William Nordhaus and there's a Robert Nordhaus. They are brothers. They both work for the Carter Administration.). New York Times (1977-03-24). Retrieved on 2009-10-13.