Eric has a wide range of environmental interests, including clean energy and active transportation. Eric is also a strong advocate for measures to reverse the effects of climate change. Eric has a strong focus on community and dedicates his time to tasks or organizations that help to build and empower individuals within our community. He has participated in and led a number of environmentally-focused organizations, including:
- Served as the past chair of Earth Day Omaha
- Current President and founder of Omaha Biofuels Coop
- Current President of Nebraskans for Solar
- Board member for Dundee Community Garden
- Board member for Mode Shift Omaha
- Board member for the Green Omaha Coalition.
Professionally, he has also shown his commitment to the environment. He works for the Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District and previously worked at Repower Nebraska and the reEnergize Program through the City of Omaha Office of Sustainable Development.
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If you would like to extend your congratulations to Eric, come to Earth Day Omaha this Saturday! You’ll find him at Nebraskans for Solar’s table–or Omaha Biofuels Coop’s table “next door” or the Papio-Missouri Natural Resources District’s table nearby. Two more places to look for him: Green Omaha Coalition’s and Mode Shift Omaha’s tables. His twin brother, Scott Williams, will also be at several tables, including one sponsored by Creighton University, where he is the Assistant Director of the Energy Science Program. You’ll have the opportunity to thank both of them for their outstanding leadership and hard work in our community.