Third Generation Environmentalism/E3G

Third Generation Environmentalism/E3G (2004, London/Brussels/Berlin/Washington; 31 staff; www.e3g.org)

“Advancing security and prosperity for an interdependent world.”  E3G “works to accelerate transition to a low carbon economy,” focusing on “how to deliver transformational policy change,” in that the main obstacle to sustainable development is “the silo-based nature of institutions and policy-makers.”  Works with like-minded partners in government, politics, civil society, science, the media, public interest foundations and elsewhere. E3G’s founding directors have unique experience working on energy, environment, security policy and diplomacy challenges in the UK Foreign Ministry, Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit and as senior political advisors.

Active across multiple domains: Paris Climate Talk Implementation; Capital Markets Union; Coal Phase Out; U.K. Politics; China Green Finance and Investment Dialog; International Climate Finance; G20: Shifting the Trillions; Just Transition for Workers; Cities; EU State and Framework for Energy; EU 2030 Climate and Energy Package; Carbon Capture and Storage; Climate Diplomacy; North Sea Grids; EU/China Cooperation; Energy Efficiency; Risk Managing Power Sector Decarbonization; Electricity Market Reform; Degrees of Risk; Energy Bill Revolution; Green Investment Book; Innovation and Technology Transfer; Changing Climates; Climate Security; Renewing Environmentalism; Europe in the World.  Publishes monthly newsletter.  Extensive library of hundreds of, reports, papers, blogs, and commentary on climate, energy, and finance.  Nick Mabey and Tom Burke, co-founding directors.  40 staff.

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