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The Research and Intelligence Group identifies opportunities for high-return, large-scale carbon reduction over the next 10 years.

Overview

The Research and Intelligence Group works to identify opportunities that have cost-negative, billion ton scale carbon reduction potential over the next 10 years.

Our primary audience is the investment community, entrepreneurs, NGO's, and policymakers.

We have identified 17 sub-sectors across seven sectors. Each sector accounts for over 1 billion tons (or more than 2%) of global CO2e emissions annually. These sectors encompass the full spectrum of challenges that must be met to implement a low carbon economy.

Partnerships

The Research and Intelligence Group works with some of the most talented graduate students globally and has a large network of experts both within academia and industry. We partner with some of the leading think-tanks, industry groups and NGOs working in the environmental space to disseminate the results of our research, and affect real and lasting positive change. Research is conducted through a transparent and dynamic process focused on achieving real world outcomes.

 

Research Partners:

1 The Johns Hopkins University - School of Advanced International Affairs (SAIS)
2 THNK - The Amsterdam School of Creative Leadership. Holland

Collaborative Projects and Workshops:

3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Center for Collective Intelligence
4 University of Maryland - Smith School of Business
5 University of Virginia - Darden School of Business
6 University of California - Berkeley Energy and Resources Collaborative (BERC)

Student Projects:

7 Georgetown University - McDonough School of Business
8 Harvard University - Department of Economics
9 Duke University - Fuqua School of Business & Nicholas School of the Environment
10 Columbia University - Columbia Business School
11 University of Pennsylvania - Wharton School of Business
12 Erasmus University - Rotterdam School of Management
13 Instituto de Empressa - Business School
14 University College London
15 New York University - Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service

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