The ENVIRONMENTAL & SCIENCE INSTITUTE (ESPI) was founded in 1988 in California as a 501(c)(3) non-profit.  We played a significant role in the global warming debate, including presenting scientific results at the Second World Climate Conference in the early 1990s, participating in the Earth Summit in Rio, and creating the citizen science IM3 project that cleaned up the Charles River in Massachusetts, USA.

​In the late 1990s, ESPI participated in the joint conference for global equity hosted by multiple religious institutions and science non-profits and moderated by Al Gore in Wellesley, MA.

​In the first decade of this century, ESPI contributed to conferences in Amsterdam on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, including proposing an Automated IM3 methodology to create "FastScience!" in the environmental arena.

​ESPI, no longer a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is now simply a public-benefit project based in VT and  affiliated with HYDROJOULE, LLC (NH) and kwiKBio, Inc.  The combined team is building a "FastScience!(tm)" e-learning gateway for environmental research that will assist building knowledge from disparate sources.  

Please contact for more information about this program.  ESPI, 2019.  Barnard, VT.