Studies climate change impacts around the world, and works with partners — from national governments to corporations — to identify and implement opportunities to reduce levels of atmospheric greenhouse gases.
We believe population growth contributes to environmental degradation, resource depletion and other problems. We conduct research, inform the public and advocate improved family planning and sex education, women’s empowerment, smaller families and moderate consumption.
European Scientist brings together the efforts of an expansive network of scientists (including doctors, researchers, and analysts) as well as journalists and science writers who help bridge the gap between the expert and the layman.
A news and analysis site that follows developments in global climate change politics and policy. The London-based editorial team coordinates deep reporting from around the world on the political, economic, social and natural impacts of climate change.
An international collaboration where scientists and engineers share their knowledge to address the Climate change issue.
We evaluate IPCC scenarios and propose amendments so that the goal of IPCC on climate can be pursued using all the available technologies and strategies.
A grassroots nonprofit defending our largest source of clean power. Atomic energy has the potential to save the environment, foster innovation, create jobs, and strengthen our society. See especially, 5 Things Everyone Should Know About Nuclear.
A Brussels-based alliance of NGOs campaigning in Europe for Clean, Affordable and Reliable Energy. The current member organisations are: Sauvons le Climat FR, Energy for Humanity UK, 100TWh BE, Ekomodernist FI.
Everywhere antinuclear sentiment exists and prevents populations and the planet from benefiting from nuclear power. Facts, expertise, a smile and a cool head to oppose obscurantism, ignorance and fear.
A grassroots initiative gathering over 150 associations with the goal of educating policymakers and the public about the necessity of including nuclear energy among the carbon-free solutions to climate change.
Germany is internationally known as a country that has decided to phase out nuclear power. Some Germans question this decision, though, and have decided to give nuclear a second look. Nuklearia aims to give a voice to these people.
Polish, with translation to English and French available
A social initiative bringing together people of science, culture, media, activists, social activists, naturalists and business people, to seek effective solutions to two problems: global warming and degradation of the Earth's biosphere.