Environmental Law Institute (1969; Washington; ~60 staff; eli.org)

An institute that is working towards “a healthy environment, prosperous economies, and vibrant communities founded on the rule of law.” They work in partnership with governments, non-governmental and community groups, businesses, universities, judges, and environmental professionals across the globe, to facilitate the most effective environmental solutions to bear, tailored to local circumstances. Provides capacity building for “stakeholders across the United States and around the world to improve environmental outcomes through teaching them about the law, procedures, their rights and strategies for change.” Organizes seminars, workshops, training, and other events.



Leadership: Scott Fulton (President)

Budget: ~$5.6m (2017)