Potsdam Institute For Climate Impact Research: Organization DB Profile: All Cities

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Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany   37.02% (77)
Copenhagen, Kă¸Avn*, Denmark   26.92% (56)
North Sea, Oceans (General), Oceans   17.79% (37)
London, London, City Of, United Kingdom   13.94% (29)
Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan   11.54% (24)
Berlin, Berlin, Germany   8.17% (17)
Oslo, Oslo, Norway   7.69% (16)
Paris, Rhă´Alpes, France   7.21% (15)
Munich, Bayern, Germany   5.29% (11)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia   4.81% (10)
Berkeley, California, United States   4.33% (9)
Durban, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa   4.33% (9)
Zurich, ZăĽSz, Switzerland   3.85% (8)
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   2.88% (6)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia   2.88% (6)
Stockholm, 26, Sweden   2.88% (6)
Moscow, Moskva, Russia   2.88% (6)
Fukushima, Fukushima, Japan   2.88% (6)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada   2.40% (5)
Warsaw, (Pl67), Poland   2.40% (5)
Rio, 21, Brazil   2.40% (5)
Doha, Ad Daw?Ah, Qatar   1.92% (4)
Atlantic Ocean, Oc,    1.92% (4)
Abu Dhabi, Abu Zâ¸Aby, United Arab Emirates   1.92% (4)
San Diego, California, United States   1.92% (4)
Pohlmann, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany   1.92% (4)
Potsdam, New York, United States   1.92% (4)
Baltic Sea, Oceans (General), Oceans   1.44% (3)
Columbia, Washington, United States   1.44% (3)
Landsdowne, New South Wales, Australia   1.44% (3)
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