Center for Climate and Energy Solutions

In Brief

1998, Arlington VA;


(1998, Arlington VA;

Successor to the Pew Center for Global Climate Change.  Mission: “To be an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization working to advance strong policy and action to address our climate and energy challenges.”  Four action domains: 1) Economics: advancing public and private policymakers’ understanding of the complex interactions between climate change and the economy  to achieve cost-effective action greenhouse gas reductions; 2) Energy and Technology: via the C2ES Energy Portal providing a simple explanation of where our energy comes from (Source) and where it gets used (Sector); 3) Science and Impacts: adaptation planning at the local, state, and national levels to limit the damage caused by climate change and reduce long-term costs; 4) Markets and Business: helps companies, policymakers and investors understand how to manage carbon risks and capture new business opportunities.

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