For more than 35 years, the Climate Institute has advanced solutions to the climate crisis. We have built global partnerships, explored new technologies, and shaped climate policies for a more sustainable world.
Our projects are case studies in climate change action. The Climate Institute provides a platform to amplify the innovative work underway and facilitate connections to grow important ideas and technologies. We view all of our work through a climate justice lens, and seek to advance projects with minimum impact to people, communities and the environment.
We welcome new projects and partnerships and provide support by sharing expertise, providing intern support, building connections and amplifying work through communications and outreach. If you’re interested in being a partner project of the Climate Institute, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Home / The Climate Institute seeks partnerships with startup initiatives and emerging technology development efforts that transform renewable energy systems. We welcome initiatives and demonstration projects to help advance meaningful climate solutions. The Climate Institute supports our colleagues and partners working on emerging technologies by providing research
Home / 2000- Watt Smart Cities Association – 2000WSCA The Climate Institute is partnering with the Swiss-based 2000- Watt Smart Cities Association 2000WSCA on climate change mitigation and carbon emissions improvement programs in the United States.Both 2000WSCA and the Climate Institute share a common vision about the
Home / The Climate Institute is serving as the Secretariat for the Global Ocean Energy Alliance (GLOEA), which is accelerating the development of ocean energy technologies by means of partnerships that mobilize technical, human and financial resources. This work aims to establish a global community with the
Home / Fast Decarbonization of Latin American Economies The Climate Institute is launching an effort to analyze the conditions, costs, barriers and benefits of full decarbonization of economies in Latin America, in the context of the overall endowment of natural resources, trends in economics and policy
Home / The Global Sustainable Energy Islands Initiative (GSEII) was founded in 2000 to support those most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change: Small Island Developing States. Our consortium of international NGOs and multilateral institutions now works with nine island states across the world on diverse
Home / A central part of our work at the Climate Institute is providing information on global climate change in an accessible way – from the basics of global warming to advanced interactive technology. We will continue to seek new tools and mechanisms to share the urgency