Please select the Nongovernmental Organization which supports the Climate Change programsIPAC
The Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) is а leading Canadian organization concerned with the theory and practice of public management. Its scope covers governance from the global to the local level. It is an association with 22 regional groups across the country providing networks and forums both nationally and regionally. IPAC is а private non-profit organizationAlliance to Save Energy
The Alliance to Save Energy is а nonprofit coalition of prominent business, government, environmental, and consumer leaders who promote the efficient and clean use of energy worldwide to benefit the environment, the economy, and national security. Its staff of more than 40 in Washington, D.c. as well as in Russia and Ukraine includes economists, engineers, financial experts, public policy professionals and others who bring а wealth of experience in the private and public sectors to the Alliance and its energy efficiency issuesUSEA
The United States Energy Association (USEA) is the U.s. Member Committee of the World Energy Council. USEA is an association of 160 public and private energy-related organizations, corporations, and government agencies. USEA represents the broad interests of the U.s. energy sector by increasing the understanding of energy issues, both domestically and internationallyIIEC
International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) has worked to bring the power of sustainable energy solutions to developing countries and economies in transition since 1984. These solutions include energy efficiency, renewable energy, and integrated transport planning.
Founded in 1985 by а bipartisan group of state governors, the Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP) seeks to promote and implement innovative solutions to major environmental and energy problems which balance both environmental and economic interests. The Centerъs work is guided by the belief that market-based approaches to environmental problems offer the greatest potential to reach common ground between these often conflicting interests. Through efforts at the state, federal, and international levels, the Center emphasizes the need for cost-effective, pragmatic, and comprehensive long-term solutions