Potsdam Institute For Climate Impact Research: Organization DB Profile: All Organizations

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This page lists all organizations mentioned in articles mentioning Potsdam Institute For Climate Impact Research relating to Carbon Capture/Carbon Sequestration. For a complete overview of this entry's activities relating to this topic, please see the Potsdam Institute For Climate Impact Research Organization DB Profile.

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Potsdam Institute For Climate Impact Research   99.42% (344)
University Of Melbourne   23.70% (82)
Environmental Defenders Office Queensland   22.83% (79)
Griffith University Emeritus Professor Ian Lowe   22.83% (79)
International Nuclear Treaty   22.54% (78)
Ipcc   21.39% (74)
United Nations   19.94% (69)
International Energy Agency   16.47% (57)
World Bank   13.87% (48)
European Union   11.85% (41)
Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change   11.27% (39)
European Climate Forum   7.23% (25)
International Institute For Applied Systems Analysis   6.65% (23)
Greenpeace   6.65% (23)
Un Framework Convention On Climate   5.78% (20)
United Nations Environment Programme   5.49% (19)
Department Of Energy   4.91% (17)
National Center   4.34% (15)
Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences   4.34% (15)
World Energy Outlook   4.05% (14)
Environmental Research Letters   4.05% (14)
Atmospheric Research   4.05% (14)
World Bank Group   3.76% (13)
Google   3.76% (13)
Sierra Club   3.18% (11)
Alliance Of Small Island States   3.18% (11)
Royal Society   2.89% (10)
World Trade Center   2.89% (10)
Geophysical Research Letters   2.60% (9)
Solar Energy   2.60% (9)
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