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

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Potsdam Institute For Climate Impact Research   100.00% (208)
Ipcc   25.96% (54)
European Union   18.75% (39)
European Climate Forum   16.35% (34)
Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change   13.94% (29)
World Bank   11.06% (23)
International Energy Agency   11.06% (23)
European Commission   10.10% (21)
International Institute For Applied Systems Analysis   10.10% (21)
United Nations   7.69% (16)
University Of California   5.77% (12)
Environmental Research Letters   5.29% (11)
Interacademy Council   4.81% (10)
United Nations Environment Programme   4.81% (10)
Google   4.81% (10)
Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences   4.81% (10)
German Federal Ministry Of Education   4.33% (9)
Energy Summit   3.85% (8)
Un Framework Convention On Climate   3.37% (7)
Energy Economics   3.37% (7)
Royal Society   2.88% (6)
Oxford University   2.88% (6)
European Climate Foundation   2.88% (6)
World Meteorological Organization   2.40% (5)
University Of Manchester   2.40% (5)
Tyndall Centre For Climate Change Research   2.40% (5)
International Criminal Court   2.40% (5)
German Federal Environment Agency   2.40% (5)
Sustainable Development   2.40% (5)
University Of Melbourne   2.40% (5)
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