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The only standard endorsed
and supported by more than 80 NGOs

NGO Supporters

The Gold Standard is endorsed by over 80 NGOs worldwide. This diverse community of NGOs supports The Gold Standard principle that a market mechanism for carbon finance can provide contributions towards sustainable development whilst delivering real, measurable and long-term emissions reductions (articles 6 and 12 of the Kyoto Protocol). The Gold Standard NGO Supporters also share an interest in promoting sustainable development and/or climate and energy issues.

There is no financial commitment to becoming an NGO supporter, however, NGOs within this network participate in a range of activities from project specific support to pro-active lobbying of governments. The level of participation is voluntary and varies from NGO to NGO.

This network is a crucial part of The Gold Standard’s activities: by working together we can ensure that carbon markets continue to place an emphasis on transparency, environmental rigour and sustainable develop­ment.

For more information about the activities and the benefits of becoming an NGO Supporter please download our NGOs and The Gold Standard Brochure:

NGOs and The Gold Standard

How to become an NGO Supporter

NGOs wishing to apply to become a Gold Standard NGO Supporter need to complete and sign the following documentation:

NGO Supporter Application Form

Please send all application documents to The Gold Standard Secretariat

Project Developers or Project Proponents who require NGO contact information for Local Stakeholder Consultations, please download this file: The latest NGO Supporter ListThe latest NGO Supporter List

Featured ngos

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WWF International

The WWF panda logo is recognised worldwide as a symbol of conservation and sustainable development. Due to its commitment to these principles, World Wide Fund for Nature in the Netherlands played a leadership role in the development of the original Gold Standard approach and establishment of the Foundation and has remained an important supporter until today. WWF International and other country offices also provide support and participate in local stakeholder consultations for Gold Standard projects.

Address:

Avenue du Mont-Blanc 27
1196 Gland
Switzerland

Contact:

+41 (0)22 364 91 11

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atmosfair

atmosfair is a non-profit foundation that offsets air travel emissions for individual travelers by investing in and developing renewable energy and energy efficiency projects that meet the rigorous technical requirements of The Gold Standard.

Passengers can obtain advice from atmosfair on how to calculate their travel emissions and buy atmosfair offset certificates through their travel agents or directly online. They are a Gold Standard NGO Supporter and have made a majority portfolio pledge.

Address:

Zossener Strasse 55-58
10961 Berlin-Kreuzberg
Germany

Contact:

Dietrich Brockhagen

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Green Wave (Ecoclub) Ukraine

A team of ecologists and that concentrates on climate change issues, biodiversity conservation, social initiatives, and environmental aspects of corporate social responsibility.

Anna Vilde – anna.vilde@ecoclub.kiev.ua
+38 0975161160
Ukraine

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Hivos

Hivos is an international development organisation guided by humanist values. Together with local civil society organisations in developing countries, Hivos wants to contribute to a free, fair and sustainable world. A world in which all citizens – both women and men – have equal access to opportunities and resources for development and can participate actively and equally in decision-making processes that determine their lives, their society and their future.

Contact:

Harry Clemens
The Netherlands

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Initiative Développement

Initiative Développement (ID) is a French NGO working in Africa, the Caribbean and Asia. For more than 15 years ID has worked with deprived population in Southern countries promoting the emergence and strengthening of local development actors. 
In the scope of its Renewable Energy department, ID has five years of experience in carbon development and implementation in the field of community based projects (rural household biodigesters, improved cookstoves, etc.). ID also helps other organizations doing similar projects to access carbon financing. 
As an NGO, ID works on projects that bring real sustainable development to local communities and remains close to them. They are a Gold Standard NGO Supporter and have made a majority portfolio pledge.

Address:

29 rue de Ladmirault
86000 Poitiers
France
 

Contact:

00.33.(0)5.49.60.89.66

00.33.(0)5.49.60.89.01

pole.er@id-ong.org

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myclimate

The non-profit foundation myclimate is an international initiative with Swiss roots. It offsets emissions for individuals, companies and organisations by investing in well-chosen projects in developing and emerging countries, as well as in Europe. The funding makes it possible to use renewable energies and energy efficient technologies instead of inefficient fossil fuel technology. Myclimate’s carbon offset projects meet the highest international standards (CDM and Gold Standard) and – aside from reducing greenhouse gas emissions – contribute to sustainable development in the project location. They are a Gold Standard NGO Supporter, a sponsor for GSv2 and have made a majority portfolio pledge.

Contact:

thomas.finsterwald@myclimate.org

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Nexus-Carbon for Development

Nexus-Carbon for Development is a cooperative of development organizations which aims to reduce poverty by enabling the most vulnerable communities to have an improved access and control over energy while ensuring that the natural resources are managed sustainably and responsibly.

Samuel Bryan – s.bryan@nexus-c4d.org
+44 7909 696031
Singapore

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REEEP

REEEP is a global partnership that structures policy initiatives for clean energy markets and facilitates financing for sustainable energy projects. It operates a Voluntary Carbon Offsetting scheme through which governments and private buyers can outsource the purchase of CDM CERs or Gold Standard VERs to REEEP. It has been a strong NGO supporter of The Gold Standard Foundation, and provides important core funding for its work.

Address:

Wagramerstrasse 5
(Vienna International Centre)
A-1400 Vienna
Austria
 

Contact:

0043-1-26026-3425
0043-1-21346-3425
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WWF International

The WWF panda logo is recognised worldwide as a symbol of conservation and sustainable development. Due to its commitment to these principles, World Wide Fund for Nature in the Netherlands played a leadership role in the development of the original Gold Standard approach and establishment of the Foundation and has remained an important supporter until today. WWF International and other country offices also provide support and participate in local stakeholder consultations for Gold Standard projects.

Address:

Avenue du Mont-Blanc 27
1196 Gland
Switzerland

Contact:

+41 (0)22 364 91 11

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  • A World Institute for a Sustainable Humanity (A W.I.S.H) open/close

    Is an international nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide models and support for life sustaining activities that integrate solutions to poverty and the environment while fostering self-reliance.

    Contact: Michael Karp - michael@awish.net
    Tel: +1 (360) 468-3231

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  • Action Carbone (Good Planet Foundation) open/close

    GoodPlanet’s mission is to work towards raising awareness and educating the public on environmental protection and sustainable development.

    Nitin Pagare - nitin@actioncarbone.org
    Tel: + 01 48 42 76 04

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  • Appropriate Technology Association (ATA) open/close

    ATA is based in Thailand.

    Contact: Chalermsri Dhamabutra or Poonsae Suanmuang
    Tel: +66 2 434 3253 9
    Fax: +66 2 434 3252

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  • Ashanti Social Welfare Association (ASWA) open/close

    Is implementing social development and poverty educational activities through a micro credit program.

    Habibul Alam - aswa@gmail.com
    Tel: +88 01712836804
    Bangladesh

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  • Atmosfair open/close

    atmosfair is a non-profit foundation that offsets air travel emissions for individual travelers by investing in and developing renewable energy and energy efficiency projects that meet the rigorous technical requirements of The Gold Standard.

    Dietrich Brockhagen - brockhagen@atmosfair.de
    Tel: +49 (0)30 627 35 50-0
    Germany

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  • Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies open/close

    Mozaharul Alam - mozaharul.alam@bcas.net
    Tel: (880-2) 8851237
    Bangladesh

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  • BASE (Basel Agency for Sustainable Energy) open/close

    Works to promote increased finance sector engagement in sustainable energy in both developing and industrialized countries. BASE is a non-profit foundation and Collaborating Centre of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

    Daniel Magallon - daniel.magallon@energy-base.org
    Tel: +41 (0)61 274 04 80
    Switzerland

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  • Carbon Watch open/close

    Was launched to promote projects and business ventures with environmental fostering as its core value.CarbonWatch strives to be on the path of promoting sustainable development as the key to profitable and inclusive growth.

    Deepak Mawandia - deepak.mawandia@carbonwatch.com
    India

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  • CARE International open/close

    Is a global confederation of 12 national member organisations working together to end poverty. In 2010, CARE worked in 87 countries, supporting 905 poverty-fighting projects to reach more than 82 million people.

    Kit Vaughan
    Director, Poverty Environment and Climate Change Network
    CARE International
    Email:  kvaughan@careclimatechange.org

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  • CASA (Citizens’s Alliance for Saving the Atmosphere and Earth) open/close

    CASA (Citizens’ Alliance for Saving the Atmosphere and the Earth) is a network of people who care for the future of our only earth. 

    Mitsutoshi Hayakawa - office@casa.bnet.jp
    Tel: +81-6-6910-6301
    Japan

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  • Chinansi Foundation open/close

    Is a local Malawian non-profit organisation working in working in the areas of HIV/AIDS, Sustainable Environmental Management (Improved Cook-stove, Rural Electrification), Food Security, Education and Health. Registered by the Malawi NGO Board and an active member of the Council for NGOs in Malawi (CONGOMA).

    Simplex Chithyola – simplex@chinansifoundation.org
    Tel: +265 01 553 773
    Malawi

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  • Clean Energy Nepal (CEN) open/close

    Is a non-profit organisation focusing on research based education and advocacy campaigns on issues related to sustainable energy use and environmental conservation, particularly in the Kathmandu Valley.

    Bhusan Tuladhar - ed@enpho.org
    Nepal

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  • Climate Action Network South Africa open/close

    Dorah Lebelo - dorahl@ghouse.org.za
    South Africa

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  • David Suzuki Foundation open/close

    Works with government, business and individuals to conserve our environment by providing science-based education, advocacy and policy work, and acting as a catalyst for the social change that today’s situation demands.

    Paul Lingl - paul@davidsuzuki.org
    Canada

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  • Development Alternatives open/close

    The mission is to create sustainable livelihoods in large numbers.

    Ashok Khosla - tara@devalt.org
    India

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  • Dhammanart Foundation open/close

    Songklod Indhukarn - indhukarns@hotmail.com
    Thailand

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  • E+Co open/close

    E+Co makes clean energy investments in developing countries. With 17 years of experience, E+Co’s innovative business model provides lasting solutions to climate change and poverty.

    Gina Rodolico - gina.rodolico@eandco.net
    USA

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  • Earth Advantage Institute open/close

    Is a nonprofit organization that works with the building industry to help implement sustainable building practices. Its mission is to advance green building science and create an immediate, practical and cost-effective path to sustainability and reduction of carbon in the built environment.

    Sean Penrith - spenrith@earthadvantage.org
    USA

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  • EnerGHG India open/close

    Narendra Paruchuri - narendra@energhg.in
    India

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  • Energy Forum open/close

    Is a non profit organization working to create an environment that enables the promotion and adoption of renewable and distributed energy, energy efficiency and integrated sustainable resource management mechanisms to alleviate poverty, to address energy capacity deficiencies and to protect the environment.

    Wathsala Herath - eforum@sltnet.lk
    Sri Lanka

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  • Euronatura–Center for Environmental Law and Sustainable Development open/close

    Is a nonprofit and non-governmental organization for environment, specialized in research in the science, policy and environmental law fields, particularly in matters of international interest.

    Sara Dourado - geral@euronatura.pt
    Portugal

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  • European Business Council For Sustainable Energy e5 open/close

    The business association European Business Council for Sustainable Energy (e5), founded in 1996, champions the future viability of the European economy. The abbreviation e5 stands for the five dimensions of a sustainable industrial society: e-conomy, e-fficiency, e-nvironment, e-nergy, and e-mployment.

    Julio Lambing - lambing@e5.org
    Germany

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  • Fair Climate Network open/close

    Purpose is to facilitate and capacitate grassroots bodies to develop pro-poor CDM Projects in India and tap carbon resources for the sustainable development of the poorest of the poor.

    Dr. Sudha Padmanabha - sudha@fairclimate.com
    India

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  • Forum for the Future open/close

    Are a non-profit organisation working globally with business and government to create a sustainable future.

    Iain Watt - i.watt@forumforthefuture.org.uk
    UK

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  • Fundacion Ecodiversidad Colombia open/close

    Is a nonprofit, that works in the design and execution of programs that include research and conservation of biodiversity, ecosystems, cultural and ethnic diversity and socio-economic development.

    Carlos Kurimoto - carloskurimoto@ecodiversidad.org
    Colombia

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  • Fundacion Ecologia y Desarrollo open/close

    Is a non-profit that independently acts in favor of economic, social and environmental sustainable development.

    Cecilia Foronda - cecilia.foronda@ecodes.org
    Spain

     

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  • Fundación MDL de Honduras open/close

    Promotes in public and private entities, municipalities, academies and NGOs, sustainable development and reduction of poverty through initiatives that reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG), minimizing the adaptation and the vulnerability aspects on climate change, with aims to improve the life conditions of related communities with natural resources.

    Suyapa Zelaya - fundclimahonduras@yahoo.com
    Honduras

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  • Germanwatch open/close

    Following the motto “Observing, Analysing, Acting”, Germanwatch has been actively promoting global equity and the preservation of livelihoods since 1991. In doing so, we focus on the politics and economics of the North with their worldwide consequences.

    Christoph Bals - bals@germanwatch.org
    Germany

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  • Gevalor open/close

    Experts in the sustainable management of mineral raw materials and waste. Gevalor is involved in the dissemination of knowledge, particularly in developing countries.

    Georges Morizot - georges.morizot@gevalor.org
    France

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  • Global Environmental Institute (GEI) open/close

    Is a Chinese non-profit, non-governmental organization that was established in Beijing, China in 2004. Its mission is to design and implement market-based models for solving environmental problems in order to achieve development that is economically, ecologically, and socially sustainable.

    Lili Xu - llxu@geichina.org
    China

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  • Green Camel Bell (Gansu) open/close

    Gansu “Green Camel Bell” is an environment protection and development center, set up to protect the environment in West China.

    Ran Liping - ranlp@gcbcn.org
    China

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  • Green Wave (Ecoclub) Ukraine open/close

    A team of ecologists and that concentrates on climate change issues, biodiversity conservation, social initiatives, and environmental aspects of corporate social responsibility.

    Anna Vilde – anna.vilde@ecoclub.kiev.ua
    +38 0975161160
    Ukraine

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  • GRIAN (Greenhouse Ireland Action Network) open/close

    GRIAN is an action-based network that has been established to support Irish public action on climate and climate change, with a specific mission to concentrate as much on sourcing and providing solutions as on creating awareness of the threats.

    Pat Finnegan – coord@grian.ie
    (+353) 1283 62 91
    Ireland

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  • HELIO International open/close

    HELIO is a non-profit thinktank composed of a network of energy analysts who identify, assess, mesure and publicise the contribution of energy systems and policies to sustainable and equitable development.

    Helene O’Connor-Lajambe – helio@helio-international.org
    France

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  • Hivos open/close

    Hivos is an international development organisation guided by humanist values. Together with local civil society organisations in developing countries, Hivos wants to contribute to a free, fair and sustainable world. A world in which all citizens – both women and men – have equal access to opportunities and resources for development and can participate actively and equally in decision-making processes that determine their lives, their society and their future.

    Contact:

    Harry Clemens
    The Netherlands

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  • Impact Carbon open/close

    Impact Carbon generates carbon-emission reductions from household energy projects that improve living conditions in less-developed communities and leverages the financial returns from these projects to benefit local partners and people.

    Caitlyn Toombs – ctoombs@impactcarbon.org
    +1 (415) 968-9087
    USA

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  • Indonesia Forum for Environment (WALHI) open/close

    Indonesia’s largest environmental NGO, with a scope broader than environmental concerns, standing for social transformation, peoples sovereignty, and sustainability of life and livelihoods.

    Pantoro Tri Kuswardono – info@wahli.or.id
    +62 21 7919 3363
    Indonesia

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  • Indonesian Climate Action Network open/close

    Fabby Tumiwa – fabby@nusa.or.id
    +62 298 22418
    Indonesia

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  • Initiative Développement open/close

    Initiative Développement has been helping disadvantaged communities in developing countries by strengthening local drivers of development since 1994.

    Olivier Lefebvre – carbone@id-ong.org
    +33 549 60 8966
    France

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  • InsPIRE Network for Environment open/close

    InsPIRE Network for Environment, formerly known as Winrock International India, is a leading national NGO working since 1998, addressing environmental challenges that we are faced with in our daily lives. The issues range from the local to the global such as inefficient use of domestic and industrial energy, conservation and management of forests and natural resources as well as global concerns such as climate change and biodiversity loss.

    Debajit Das – debajit@winrockindia.org
    India

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  • International Centre for Eradication of Poverty open/close

    The International Centre for Eradication of Poverty works at a grassroots level with linkages to academic institutions. It forges working relationships between community groups, individuals and researchers to deal with issues related to poverty at a policy as well as operational level.

    Dr. Bhausaheb Ubale – bubale@rogers.com
    +1 416 494 4763
    Canada

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  • Kangmei Institute of Community Development and Marketing open/close

    The Kangmei Institute of Community Development and Marketing assists villagers in the middle and upper reaches of the Yangtze River in China to establish farmer cooperatives and resource management plans that promote the sustainable harvesting of wild herbs and protect giant panda bear habitats.

    Jiawei Wu – wujiawei1128@yahoo.com.cn
    +86 26 8693 0789 Ext 805
    China

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  • Kiko Network open/close

    Kiko Network is a non-governmental organization(NGO) supported by individuals, organizations and regional networks from all over Japan. Their goal is the practical implementation of the Kyoto Protocol and the prevention of dangerous climate change.

    Mie Asaoka – kikonet@jca.apc.org
    +81 75 254 1011
    Japan

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  • KLIMA open/close

    The Klima Climate Center, housed by the Manila Observatory, envisions itself as a regional hub for East Asia, providing the fastest growing region in the world with the information and capacity it needs to act decisively on climate change.

    Angela Consuela Ibay – klima@observatory.ph
    (632) 426-5921
    Philippines

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  • Legambiente open/close

    Legambiente (League for the Environment) is the most widespread environmental organization in Italy, with 20 Regional branches and more than 115,000 members. It represents the UNEP National Committee for Italy, it is one of the leading members of EEB (“European Environmental Bureau”) the Federation of European environmental organization, and of IUCN – the World Conservation Union.

    +39 06 862681
    Italy

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  • Mercy Corps open/close

    Mercy Corps mission is to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities.

    Jarvi Jim – jjarvie@hq.mercycorps.org
    USA

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  • Miombo open/close

    Miombo is a resource center supporting rural and peri-urban development based on economic, ecological and social sustainability, focused primarily on the southern part of Africa. We focus on forest and water resources as a foundation for the local climate and environment, food production and social welfare.

    Otto Formo – otto@miombo.no
    +47 748 57998

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  • Miriam PEACE open/close

    Rosario Wood – mwood@mc.edu.ph
    (632) 435 9240 46
    Philippines

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  • Myclimate open/close

    The non-profit foundation myclimate is among the world leaders when it comes to voluntary carbon offsetting measures. Science-based and market-oriented, myclimate offers a comprehensive package of services for offsetting in accordance with the principles of “avoid – reduce – offset” and “do the best and offset the rest”.

    franziska.heidenreich@myclimate.org
    +41 (0) 44 500 43 50
    Switzerland

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  • National Turst for Nature Conservation (NTNC) open/close

    The National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC) is not-for-profit organization, mandated to work in the field of nature conservation in Nepal. For over two decades, the Trust has successfully undertaken over 200 small and large projects on nature conservation, biodiversity as well as cultural heritage protection, ecotourism, and sustainable development.

    Mr Ngamindra Dahal – ndahal@ntnc.org.np
    977 1 5526571
    Nepal

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  • Nexus-Carbon for Development open/close

    Nexus-Carbon for Development is a cooperative of development organizations which aims to reduce poverty by enabling the most vulnerable communities to have an improved access and control over energy while ensuring that the natural resources are managed sustainably and responsibly.

    Samuel Bryan – s.bryan@nexus-c4d.org
    +44 7909 696031
    Singapore

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  • Noé21 open/close

    Noé21 is an independent association of public utility founded in 2003 and based in Geneva, whose mission is to identify, evaluate and promote solutions to climate change, with a constructive approach.

    Chaim Nissim – crissim@noe21.org
    +41 79 316 98 13
    Switzerland

     

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  • NOVA Institute open/close

    The Nova mission is to develop and promote ways (models, products, technologies, practices) to improve the quality of life of households. Nova executes its mission together with household residents and networks.

    Christiaan Pauw – christiaan.pauw@nova.org.za
    +27 44 6950 749
    South Africa

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  • ONKE Training open/close

    Mmathabo Mrubata – mkhuseli@telkomsa.net
    +27 083 281 3588
    South Africa

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  • Pelangi open/close

    A global environmental think tank to form a society that self-governs and secures the quality of its natural resources and environment while pursuing socio-economic well-being that is equitable and democratic.

    Moekti Handajani Soejachmoen
    (+62-21) 7280 1172
    Indonesia

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  • Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development open/close

    The Pembina Institute is a Canadian non-profit think tank that advances sustainable energy solutions through research, education, consulting and advocacy.

    Rich Wong – richw@pembina.org
    613-216-1976
    Canada

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  • Philippine Network on Climate Change open/close

    PNCC envisions a society that fosters social equity and a climate-friendly, sustainable economy characterized by simple lifestyle and consumption patterns for the benefit of both present and future generations.

    Dr Ramon Faustino M. Sales Jr. – ramonfms@yahoo.com
    (632) 372 49 91/92
    Philippines

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  • Philippine Solar Energy Society open/close

    Dr Ruperto S. Sangalang – rssangalang@yahoo.com
    +63 2 415 0012
    Philippines

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  • Planetair open/close

    Planetair is a not-for-profit service offered by the Unisféra International Centre. Planetair helps individuals, corporations, and institutions to reduce their climate footprint.

    Karine Oscarson – karine.oscarson@unisfera.org
    1 514 527 2636
    Canada

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  • Plantons Utile open/close

    Eric Lemetais – eric.lehavre@wanadoo.fr
    +33 232 85 0140
    France

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  • PURE the Clean Planet Trust open/close

    PURE the Clean Planet Trust is a charity that was formed by a group of like-minded people who wanted to make a real difference to the fight against climate change.  PURE provides funding to communities in the UK and the developing world to reduce carbon emissions and improve their quality of life.

    Robert Rabinowitz – rabinowitzr@bre.co.uk
    +44 (0)845 873 2429
    UK

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  • Rainforest Alliance open/close

    The Rainforest Alliance works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behavior.

    Julianne Baroody – info@ra.org
    +45 614 69 417
    USA

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  • Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Institute open/close

    The institute represents the Polytechnic of Namibia’s dedicated commitment to serve as a national information resource base for renewable energy and sustainable energy use and management.

    Kudakwashe Ndhlukula – kndhlukula@polytechnic.edu.na
    264-61-2072154
    Namibia

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  • Renewable Energy Institute of Thailand, REIT open/close

    Ms. Wanun Permpibul
    +662 8809577
    Thailand

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  • Rural Education for Development Society REDS open/close

    REDS works for the enhancement of quality of life of marginalised communities in Namakkal district of India with the integrated approach on health, education, environment and socio/economic development activities.

    Mr M. C Raj and Mrs Jyothi Raj – jothiraj12@rediffmail.com
    +91 816 2277026
    India

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  • Save the Earth Cambodia open/close

    Save the Earth Cambodia empowers people to reduce their risk to disaster, creates awareness of gender issues and supports women and children and builds healthy and environmentally friendly communities and public institutions.

    Akhteruzzaman Sano – sano.stec@gmail.com
    +855 12 599 817
    Cambodia

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  • Shanshui Conservation Center open/close

    Shan Shui Conservation Center, is a Chinese NGO based in Beijing. With over 20 staff plus 20 consultants and volunteers, Shan Shui works in western China in collaboration with local communities, government agencies, scholars, businesses and other NGOs, to promote the value of nature based on science, so as to empower its guardians.

    Fangyi Yang – fyang@shanshui.org
    0086 10 62761034
    China

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  • Sibol ng Agham at Teknolohiya open/close

    Sibol ng Agham at Teknolohiya advocates and develops groundbreaking technologies using science and technology that are appropriate for community development in service of the Filipino people.

    Victoria M Lopez – vmlopez12@yahoo.com
    63 (02) 928 8316
    Philippines

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  • SKG Sangha open/close

    SKG Sangha is engaged in a variety of economic, agricultural, social and environmental empowerment activities in rural India. Our core focus areas include Sustainable Energy, Sustainable Agriculture, Rural Industrialization, Solid Waste Management and optimizing natural resources.

    Vidya Sagar Devabhaktuni – skgsangha@gmail.com
    +91 9844160038
    India

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  • SolarAid open/close

    SolarAid sells solar lights through SunnyMoney, a business-based response to poverty. By catalysing the market and ensuring the availability of quality solar lights, SolarAid can replace kerosene lamps with clean, safe, affordable alternatives.

    Nick Sireau – nick@solar-aid.org
    +44 20 7278 0400
    UK

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  • SouthSouthNorth open/close

    SouthSouthNorth (SSN) supports the transition towards climate compatible economies and societies in developing countries and facilitates this through collaborative and stakeholder-driven country processes as well as local-level action that address climate change and promote equitable access to sustainable development.

    Stefan Raubenheimer – stef@southsouthnorth.org
    +27 21 425 1464
    South Africa

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  • The Climate Group (China) open/close

    The Climate Group is an independent, not-for-profit organization working to inspire and catalyze leadership for a Clean Revolution: a low carbon future that is smarter, better and more prosperous.

    Lili He – ihe@theclimategroup.org
    +86 10 644036 39 8001
    China

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  • The Environmental Investigation Agency open/close

    The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) is an independent campaigning organisation committed to bringing about change that protects the natural world from environmental crime and abuse.

    Sascha Von-Bismarck – bismarck@eia-global.org
    USA

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  • The Whitemore Initiative Society open/close

    Tom Morris – bcjtom@shaw.ca
    250 448 1884
    Canada

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  • Winrock International Nepal open/close

    Winrock International is a nonprofit organization that works with people in the United States and around the world to empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity, and sustain natural resources.

    Binod Prasad Shrestha – binod@winrock.org.np
    Nepal

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  • World Vision Australia open/close

    World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

    Dr. Dean C Thomson – Dean.Thomson@worldvision.com.au
    +61 3 9287 2731
    Canada

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  • WWF International open/close

    WWF’s mission for the last 50 years has been to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

    Bella Roscher – Bella.Roscher@wwf.ch

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  • Yunnan Green Environment Development Foundation, China open/close

    Ms. Mei Wang – wangmei.tracy@163.com
    China

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  • Zero: Regional Environment Organisation open/close

    Zero Regional Environment Organisation is the premier research, planning and implementation agency operating in the Southern African region since 1987. To work with rural and urban communities fostering balanced, healthy growth and self reliance within a rapidly changing world.

    Johannes Chigwada – johannes@zeroregional.com
    (+263 4) 706998
    Zimbabwe

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