Center for Media and Democracy

The 17,000 wiki pages that make up Global Energy Monitor’s informational wiki, GEM.wiki, were originally developed as part of the Center for Media and Democracy’s SourceWatch wiki. Based in Madison, Wisconsin, CMD is an independent watchdog group noted for its reporting and analysis of corporate spin, money in politics, and corruption. Center for Media and Democracy continues to partner with Global Energy Monitor as a co-sponsor of GEM.wiki.

Climate research

Global Energy Monitor’s data is used by climate researchers at numerous institutions, including Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC), Ecofys, Pembina Institute, Mercator Research Institute, Climate Action Tracker, Greenpeace, the Lancet, OECD Environment Directorate, Institute for New Economic Thinking, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, and International Center for Climate Governance.

Media reporting and mapping

Global Energy Monitor’s staff provides data, analysis, and mapping information to reporters and infographics specialists from media institutions including Bloomberg News, The Guardian, Reuters, New York Times, Caixin, Associated Press, Agence France Presse, BJX, Straits Times, Forbes, Mother Jones, OilPrice.com, E&T Magazine, Asia Times, Nikkei Asian Review, Grist, BBC News, Vox, Washington Post, Sydney Morning Herald, Carbon Brief, CleanTechnical, Yale Environment 360, Financial Times, Renew Economy, Australian Financial Review, National Geographic, Business Green, Wall Street Journal, and numerous others.

Organizations Who Use The Global Coal Plant Tracker

Here is a partial list of organizations that use the Tracker; for a complete list see EndCoal.

NGO’s: 350.org, BankTrack, CAN Europe, E3G, Ecofys, Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace, ifo Schnelldienst, Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales, Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, Istanbul Policy Center, Mercator Research Center, NRDC, Oxfam, Pembina Institute, Rocky Mountain Institute, Urgewald, World Wildlife Federation.

Local and national activist groups: China Carbon Forum, chinadialogue, CleanED, Conservation Action Trust, Green ID, Kiko Network, Klima Allianz Deutschland, Les Amis de la Terre France, Pacific Environment, Sunrise Project, Vietnam Sustainable Energy Alliance.

National or international agencies: APEC Energy Working Group, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), International Energy Agency, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), U.S. Treasury Department, World Bank.

Academic institutions: Berlin University, Central University Bogotá, Duke University, Harvard University, Hertie School of Governance, Imperial College London, La Trobe University, Nanjing University, Princeton University, Tsinghua University, University of Colorado, UC Berkeley, University of Hamburg, University of Oxford, University of Wisconsin, University of Zurich

Business information services and consultancies: Bloomberg Intelligence, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Bloomberg Terminals, Economist, Intelligence Unit, Energy & Resource Insights, Torvald Klaveness.