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Potsdam Institute For Climate Impact Research   97.30% (72)
International Energy Agency   18.92% (14)
World Bank   17.57% (13)
Ipcc   14.86% (11)
European Union   12.16% (9)
Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change   12.16% (9)
International Institute For Applied Systems Analysis   10.81% (8)
European Climate Forum   10.81% (8)
United Nations   9.46% (7)
Renewable Energy   9.46% (7)
Chinese Academy Of Sciences   8.11% (6)
Greenpeace   8.11% (6)
London School Of Economics   8.11% (6)
University Of Melbourne   6.76% (5)
World Meteorological Organization   6.76% (5)
Ge Energy Germany   6.76% (5)
University Of Munich   6.76% (5)
Gundremmingen Nuclear Power Station Units   6.76% (5)
Berlin Free University   6.76% (5)
Solar Energy   6.76% (5)
Environmental Policy Research Center   6.76% (5)
Ifo Institute For Economic Research   6.76% (5)
Wind Energy   5.41% (4)
Africa Climate Policy Center   5.41% (4)
Renewable Energy Technologies   5.41% (4)
United Nations Environment Programme   5.41% (4)
Natural Resources Defense Council   5.41% (4)
Australian Climate Commission   5.41% (4)
Global Team Of Technological Experts   5.41% (4)
Ocean Energy   5.41% (4)
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