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Our consortium of partners builds the foundation.

The experience and skill in the Climate Campaigners consortium ensures a high level of output throughout the project, in everything from scientific reports to policy recommendations.

To produce this material, and to support the Lighthouse Cities and the project development, we've gathered 10 scientific institutes in and outside Europe, 3 civil society organisations, and 3 consultant enterprises.

Research Organizations

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AUSTRIA

Energieinstitut an der Johannes Kepler Universität Linz

The Energieinstitut an der Johannes Kepler Universität Linz is a not for profit research organisation located in Austria. 35 researchers currently work at the institute in a multidisciplinary structure of three departments (Energy Economics, Energy Law, and Energy Technology) aiming to gain holistic insights into the issues under investigation. The combination of these core disciplines allows for comprehensive analyses that results in practical, implementable and policy-oriented solutions to the myriad challenges facing the European energy sector.

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IRELAND

University of Galway

University of Galway ranks among the top 1% of Universities in the world. Our prestigious history spans almost two centuries. Our spectacular location boasts the unique landscape and culture of the west of Ireland. Employing in excess of 2,000 staff with a 17,000 strong student population, University of Galway is a research-led university. Our Sustainability Strategy incorporates 20 key indicators for establishing the University as a top-class green, smart and healthy campus, promotes resource efficiency and instils in graduates and staff the importance of tackling societal challenges.

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NORWAY

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is Norway’s largest university with more than 40,000 students and more than 7,100 employees. It has an international focus, with headquarters in Trondheim and campuses in Ålesund and Gjøvik. NTNU has a main profile in science and technology, a variety of programmes of professional study, and great academic breadth that includes the humanities, social sciences, economics, medicine, health sciences, educational science, architecture, entrepreneurship, art disciplines and artistic activities. NTNU is very active in international projects, currently participating in more than a hundred H2020 projects.

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South Africa

University of Cape Town

The Energy Systems Research Group at the University of Cape Town is a multi-disciplinary group of energy researchers. Our researchers draw on a range of specialisations, from statistical and mathematical modelling through to political economy, and behavioural economics. We combine modelling of energy and economic systems with policy analysis and field-based research, to generate and enhance knowledge of energy systems at sectoral, regional, national and sub-continental scales. Based at the University of Cape Town much of our work is focused on South Africa and the SADC region.

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GERMANY

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)

From natural science to social science, from risks to solutions, from identifying Planetary Boundaries to managing Global Commons: The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) is advancing the frontier of integrated research for global sustainability, and for a safe and just climate future. A member of the Leibniz Association, the institute is based in Potsdam, Brandenburg and connected with the global scientific community. Drawing on excellent research, PIK provides relevant scientific advice for policy decision-making. The institute’s international staff of more than 350 is led by a committed interdisciplinary team of Directors. This is science – for a safe tomorrow.

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ITALY

Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM)

Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), founded in 1989, is a non profit, policy-oriented, international research center and a think-tank producing high-quality, innovative, interdisciplinary and scientifically sound research on sustainable development. It contributes to the quality of decision-making in public and private spheres through analytical studies, policy advice, scientific dissemination and high-level education. Thanks to its international network, FEEM integrates its research and dissemination activities with those of the best academic institutions and think tanks around the world.

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FINLAND

Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology (LUT)

LUT is a pioneering science university in Finland, bringing together the fields of science and business since 1969. LUT has outstanding feature of successfully integrating expertise in technology and economics. We produce problem solvers, and we provide solutions to global environmental and economic challenges. We focus on demanding topical issues, such as the mitigation of climate change and the continuous availability of clean water and energy.

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AZERBAIJAN

Baku Engineering University (BEU)

Baku Engineering University (BEU) is one of the best higher education institutions functions under the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan. BEU was established on November 8, 2016, with the status of the Public Legal Entity on the base of one private university which it was established in 1993. BEU is situated on a big Campus (20 ha) which is located in the city of Khirdalan. Through its four faculties (Engineering Faculty, Architecture and Construction Faculty, Economics and Administrative Faculty and Pedagogy Faculty), BEU prepares engineers on all levels of higher education, execute programmes of higher and additional education in this sphere, and conduct fundamental and applied science research. BEU is a very active partner university at the Erasmus+ program of European Union within different KA1 agreements and KA2 projects as well as HORIZON 2020 projects with its EU partner universities.

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TÜRKIYE

Izmir University of Economics (IUE)

Izmir University of Economics (IUE) is established as the first foundation university in Izmir and in Aegean Region of Türkiye in 2001. IUE initiated energy-related interdisciplinary research and studies in 2011, establishing “Sustainable Energy Division”. Its research focuses on (1) examining the role of energy security in energy policy making, (2) analyzing individual and collective energy choices and social acceptance of energy transitions, and (3) assessing the existing energy and environment policies and targets. Sustainable Energy Division is affiliated with Graduate School of IUE. The division is a member of European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) and e3s joint programme. It is one of the leading member of the Turkish Energy Research community, publishing frequently in high level energy journals and holds an experience of research in numerous European Commission Horizon 2020, including ECHOES, eCREW, EERADATA, CAMPAIGNERS and ENCHANT.

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SWITZERLAND

HEAS

HEAS AG is a Swiss corporation which carries out high level training, consultancy and research and trading activities in the field of Energy and Sustainable Development in Europe and worldwide. It is a grouping of high level senior energy consultants (engineers, economists and social scientists) with a longstanding industry, consultancy and teaching experience. The particular strength of HEAS consists in solving complex and interdisciplinary issues (technical, economic, (geo)political, environmental, financial, regulatory...) where our mix of high level experts is particularly useful.

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Civil Society Networks

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EUROPE

Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe

Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe is Europe’s leading NGO coalition fighting dangerous climate change. With over 160 member organisations from 35 European countries, representing over 1.700 NGOs and more than 40 million citizens, CAN Europe promotes sustainable climate, energy and development policies throughout Europe.

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EUROPE

ICLEI

ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability is a global network of more than 2,500 local and regional governments committed to sustainable urban development. ICLEI’s European Secretariat works closely with more than 160 city members in over 35 European countries to influence sustainability policy and drive local action for low emission, nature-based, equitable, resilient and circular development. ICLEI's members and team of experts collaborate through peer exchange, partnerships and capacity building to create systemic change for urban sustainability.

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EUROPE

ECOLISE

ECOLISE is the European network for community-led initiatives on climate change and sustainability. Members include international networks of community-based initiatives such as the the Global Ecovillage Network (15,000 ecovillages), the Permaculture movement (3 million practitioners globally), ICLEI, the association of local governments for sustainability, Transition Network (representing over 1200 Transition initiatives); national and regional networks; and other specialist bodies engaged in European-level research, training and communications to support community-led action on climate change and sustainability.

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Consultancies/SMEs

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GERMANY

SB Konzept

SB Konzept is a Software Development Company since 1985 with a strong focus on technology-intensive industries and constant focus to detail and Software Development Trends. SB Konzept develops Desktop- / Web-/ Mobile-Apps, Websites e.g. with Content-Management-System Support and Ecommerce Solutions.

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GERMANY

Saints

Saints is a communications agency based in Munich. Since 2005 we help brands and institutions creating their unique story and inspiring society. We work across all disciplines – brand, design, story, digital, social. Our challenge: moving business, people and the world forward. For Climate Campaigners, Saints developed the brand design and is responsible for the conception and creative implementation of the Europe-wide campaign.

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GREECE

E3-Modelling

E3-Modelling is a knowledge-intensive company that provides consulting services based on large-scale empirical modelling of the economy-energy-environment nexus. It owns and operates PRIMES and GEM-E3, two renowned modelling tools used extensively to support major impact assessment studies of the European Commission. For the past 30 years, E3-Modelling has been delivering cutting-edge research and hands-on consulting services to governments, the private sector and international organisations on the design and impact analysis of low- and net-zero emission pathways in the fields of energy, climate, and transport and their implications for macroeconomic growth at European and global levels.

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Cities - where the change happens.

At Climate Campaigners, we want to combine great science and advocacy with action on the ground and on social media. This is where our Lighthouse Cities come in. In 14 different cities, brave citizens will explore lifestyle choices that are parts of the solution to climate change, facilitated by the cities and municipalities.

Read more about our diverse range of city collaborators in the link below.

Lighthouse Cities

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