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The Italian Society for the Climate Sciences (SISC) is a non-profit and non-advocacy association, which aims at contributing to scientific progress and the innovation of climatic sciences in Italy by promoting the convergence of disciplines and multidisciplinary research. SISC aims to be a reference point for all scientists, living in Italy and abroad, dealing with climate-related sciences and their applications.
The Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance (The Lab) is a new global public private initiative that supports the identification and piloting of cutting edge climate finance instruments. It aims to drive billions of dollars of private investment into climate change mitigation and adaptation in developing countries. The Lab is comprised of senior and high-level experts in climate finance from governments, pension funds, investment banks, project developers and development finance institutions from across the world. The measure for success will be through the facilitation of effective pilots of Lab-tested instruments, and to encourage their replication at greater scale and in different sectoral, technological, and geographical contexts.
Information: climatefinancelab.org
The multidisciplinary Sustainability Center (TSC) is hosted by Tilburg University. The ambition is to become an internationally leading center for scientific expertise in the field of sustainability and to help understanding society. We aim to provide support to companies, governments and other organisations in their quest for a sustainable development.
UKNEE aims to bring together environmental economists from academia, consultancy and public and private sectors to foster closer relationships, follow recent developments and share experience. UKNEE organises regular seminars on topical subjects in environmental economics followed by social evenings.
The Valuing Nature Network is a UK-based network that brings together natural scientists and economists, alongside decision-makers in business and policy, who have an interest in valuing nature. We have over 700 members in 34 countries and you can join the network here http://www.valuing-nature.net/mailchimp/subscribe’’
The Center for Thematic Environmental Networks (TEN) is a Center for education and research in the fields of environment and sustainable development. TEN Center promotes the exchange of knowledge and information on the environmental.
This centre provides a searchable database of various materials and Internet links related to integrated environmental and economic accounting, also known as green accounting. It supports the objectives and programme of work of the UN Committee of Experts on Environmental-Economic Accounting (UNCEEA).
Water resources management and other water-related decisions and policies are frequently guided by economic dimensions. Economic considerations, including efficiency, equity, production, allocation, and pollution, have expanded as water resources have become scarcer both in terms of quantity and quality. Water Economics and Policy (WEP) will address the economic-policy interaction by publishing highly technical water economics research with clear relevance for policy. The journal Water Economics and Policy is pleased to invite manuscripts, both theoretical and empirical, on highly technical water economics research with a clear relevance for policy analysis in the field of water resource management. All submissions will be handled online. Further information in the journal's website.
The WITCH Policy Simulator is an online tool, developed within FEEM’s Sustainable Development research programme, for exploring the effects on the environment, on the energy and on the economy of different mitigation policy scenarios. Visit the newly redesigned WITCH website to learn how to use the interface applied to a variety of different scenarios.
Information: www.witchmodel.org/

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