Scott Greenler

Program Assistant, Energy and the Environment

Scott Greenler

Scott helps lobby Congress to acknowledge man-made climate change and to act on climate change on a bipartisan basis. He helps FCNL track legislation and amendments relevant to climate change and create space for bipartisan efforts to address this pressing issue. Scott also works closely with coalition partners throughout the faith-based and environmental communities to create a unified voice calling our leaders to action.

Scott is a member of Iowa Yearly Meeting Conservative and grew up attending Madison Monthly Meeting. Scott Graduated from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, where he served as Student Body President and received a degree in environmental biology.

Before Coming to FCNL, Scott was an intern for Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper in his Office of Community Partnerships and Special Initiatives. Scott also interned with the Conservation Lands Foundation, a national nonprofit organization focused on protecting public lands. Scott completed FCNL’s Advocacy Corps Program in its inaugural year, advocating for action on climate change in Colorado. The preservation of the natural world is deeply important to Scott, and he can be found enjoying the outdoors in his free time, through running, rock climbing, skiing, and surfing.

Articles by Scott Greenler

First "Quiet Conversation" at the Quaker Welcome Center  

On Wednesday November 15th, the Quaker Welcome Center hosted a dialogue between two members of Congress on bipartisanship and addressing climate change.

COP23 in Germany Finds Consensus Minus One 

The U.S. is Now the Only Country Not Committed to the Paris Climate Agreement

The 23rd meeting of the Conference of Parties began on November 6th in Bonn, Germany to advance international climate action.

Update Climate Solutions Caucus Floor Speeches 

On November 1st, members of the Climate Solutions Caucus took to the floor of the U.S. House to speak on the importance of addressing climate change. FCNL is happy to see the commitment of these members to finding solutions to climate change, and we applaud their initiative in raising the issue before their colleagues in Congress.

Statement FCNL Welcomes Transparency in Energy Production Act 

FCNL is pleased to announce the introduction of the bipartisan Transparency in Energy Production Act of 2017.

Update The Clean Power Plan Repeal 

What We Lost, and What Comes Next

On October 10th, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt announced the repeal of the Clean Power Plan.

Update National Clean Energy Week 

September 29, 2017 concluded the inaugural celebration of National Clean Energy Week. NCEW was hosted in Washington D.C., organized by several energy groups and associations, and recognized by Governors of eight different states across the country.

Update Beyond Paris 

The U.S. Struggles to Solidify Position on International Climate Action

The United Nations General Assembly convened on Tuesday Sep. 19th in Manhattan, NY. The discussion is expected to include a large focus on the U.S. role in the Paris Climate Agreement.

Update Hurricane Harvey 

The Intersectional Issues of a Changing Climate

As images emerge from Houston this week, our hearts go out to all those struggling in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. We hold those individuals and families in the Light, and call for leadership from Congress to provide aid to those in need and to minimize damage from future storms.