Bobby McEnaney

Director, Dirty Energy Project, Nature Program

In his work for NRDC, Bobby McEnaney has spearheaded several initiatives focused on promoting the sustainable development of energy resources on public lands while working to protect the nation’s lands and communities from the dirtier energy processes that threaten them. Before joining NRDC, he worked extensively on a campaign dedicated to the cleanup of the toxic mess generated by the nation’s nuclear weapons complex during the Cold War. He also worked for more than a decade on a range of conservation efforts that helped secure permanent protections for ecologically critical lands in the Rocky Mountains, where he was born and raised. An alumnus of the College of Idaho, McEnaney is based in Washington, D.C.

NRDC in Action

Cowboying Up

NRDC’s Bobby McEnaney wrangles ranchers, energy experts, and environmentalists to protect public lands while expanding clean energy.