Climate Accountability Institute

Founding Year: 2011



A non-profit research and educational organization. Its research revolves around climate change and accountability, specifically the contribution of fossil fuel producers’ carbon production to atmospheric carbon dioxide content. CAI’s strategy is to leverage accountability by carbon producers into using their assets to aid rather than oppose the transition to a low-carbon or zero-carbon energy future. The institute works to maintain communications and publicity with  individuals and groups interested in or related to the major themes it tackles. It also strives to establish meaningful collaborations with like-minded people from different universities and organizations in order to partner up in conducting insightful and thought-provoking  research.



Climate Accountability Institute contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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