Environmental and Energy Management Institute
The George Washington University’s Environmental and Energy Management Institute (EEMI) was chartered as a University-wide institute in 2015 to advance human knowledge applicable to pragmatic, implementable, non-regulatory, next generation self-governance solutions that are primarily focused on national and international standards for environmental, energy, and sustainability management.
The EEMI, housed within the School of Engineering and Applied Science, is physically located in Suites 103 and 104 of the Tompkins Hall of Engineering at 725 23rd Street, NW, Washington, DC 20052. This location is on 23rd Street, NW, between G and H Streets, NW.
The mission of the Institute, which involves all Schools and Programs across the University, is to conduct state-of-the-art, relevant research, to promote graduate and professional education, and to undertake service activities that are pertinent to the application and implementation of national and international standards for the management of environmental, energy, and sustainability challenges facing organizations and communities throughout the Nation and the world.
The EEMI Mission is currently directed at the following focal areas of interest: