Climate Advisers

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    Climate Advisers is a mission-driven policy and politics shop working to deliver a strong low-carbon economy. In the United States and around the world, we create and implement large-scale, cost-effective strategies to strengthen climate action and improve lives. We work with philanthropies, think tanks, advocacy groups, international institutions, companies and governments.

    HQWashington, US

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    Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)23(-4%)
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    Climate Advisers Office Locations

    Climate Advisers has offices in Washington and Columbia
    Washington, US (HQ)
    1320 19th St NW
    Columbia, US
    Columbia, SC, USA
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    The Role of Nature in Climate Action for the Oil and Gas Industry

    In this report, Climate Advisers establishes the relationship between the oil and gas industry and nature in fighting the climate crisis. It envisions a role for companies to invest in nature alongside transformative shifts in their business models, not instead of. Major emitting sectors must reduce…

    How Contingent International Contributions (CICs) Can Enhance Climate Ambition

    REPORT: In a new report, Climate Advisers introduces the concept of a Contingent International Commitment (CIC), explains the benefits, and shows how countries could make use of CICs to enhance their emissions reduction targets and help bridge the “ambition gap” in the next round of updated National…

    Technological Carbon Removal: Recent Political and Economic Trends in the U.S.

    REPORT: In this report, we assess the current state of affairs surrounding technological carbon dioxide removal (CDR)—sometimes referred to as “engineered” CDR or negative emissions technologies (NETs)—in the United States. Interest in technological approaches to CDR among people concerned about cli…

    Climate Leadership in Uncertain Times

    By Joshua Busby and Nigel Purvis “It is easy to become cynical and depressed when thinking about humanity’s response to the real and growing risk of catastrophic climate change. The science keeps getting clearer. Adverse real-world impacts keep mounting, and political discourse in this area—at least…

    Press Release: Deforestation-Related Externalities Create Financial Risks and Poor Returns for Investors, New Research Shows

    Contact: Matt Piotrowski | | 202-350-4950 Investing in companies that engage in deforestation-related activities poses material risks and produces poor returns for financial institutions, according to new ongoing research from Climate Advisers and S-Network Global Inde…

    Creating Negative Emissions: The Role of Natural and Technological Carbon Dioxide Removal Strategies

    A new report from Climate Advisers makes the case that natural solutions are abundant, well-understood, and readily-available carbon dioxide removal options that exist today. They should be deployed fully and without delay. Scientists and other experts increasingly believe that nations will need to …
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    Climate Advisers Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Climate Advisers founded?

      Climate Advisers was founded in 2008.

    • How many employees does Climate Advisers have?

      Climate Advisers has 23 employees.

    • Who are Climate Advisers competitors?

      Competitors of Climate Advisers include S360 Sustainability Services, Junxion Strategy and Gone Adventurin’.

    • Where is Climate Advisers headquarters?

      Climate Advisers headquarters is located at 1320 19th St NW, Washington.

    • Where are Climate Advisers offices?

      Climate Advisers has offices in Washington and Columbia.

    • How many offices does Climate Advisers have?

      Climate Advisers has 2 offices.