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AEA Energy and Environment
A major environmental consultancy firm providing advisory services to the UK government, the EU and major private sector organizations.
The Carbon Trust was set up by Government in 2001 as an independent company with a mission to accelerate the move to a low carbon economy by working with organizations to reduce carbon emissions and develop commercial low carbon technologies.
This website represents a resource centre focusing on strategies for companies seeking to reduce their climate "footprint" while saving money and increasing productivity, created in partnership with Business for Social Responsibility. Its free e-newsletter, ClimateBiz News, offers the latest developments, research, and strategies related to business and the environment.
Climate Strategies is a not-for-profit company established by a European group of climate change policy researchers, with the mission to assist and inform the policy making process working with governments.
Copenhagen Consensus Center
Operating under the auspices of the Copenhagen Business School, the CCC's core project is the Copenhagen Consensus 2008 which brings together leading economists and specialists to focus on the world's biggest challenges which includes climate change, conflicts, pollution, diseases, education, sanitation and water supply, hunger, subsidies and trade barriers, women and development, and terrorism. Outputs include an array of challenge and perspective papers outlining options for addressing each of these challenges.
International Emissions Trading Association
Aiming to represent the business community on emissions trading, their objectives include the promotion of an integrated view of the emissions trading system as a solution to climate change, to participate in the design and implementation of national and international rules and guidelines; and to provide the most up-to-date and credible source of information on emissions trading and greenhouse gas market activity.
Scotland and Northern Ireland Forum for Environmental Research (SNIFFER)
Funded by the Scottish Government to provide a flood risk management research and knowledge management service on behalf of Scottish stakeholders, SNIFFER’s principal focus is on addressing knowledge gaps relating to environmental issues such as climate change, sustainable land use and water management, and environmental regulation.