Global Energy Monitor

Global Energy Monitor works with a wide range of institutions and individuals to advance our mission of providing information about energy and climate to the public. Recent collaborations include:

  • Asset Resolution: Development of a climate assessment tool for financial institutions.
  • Carbon Tracker Initiative: Economic modeling of coal and gas plants.
  • Center for Media and Democracy: Development of the clearinghouse on climate and energy.
  • Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA): (1) Analysis of China’s Exit from Overseas Coal, (2) Analysis of China’s continued investment in coal for power and steel.
  • Coal Action Network Aotearoa: Creation of an information hub on for New Zealand coal issues.
  • Coal Action Network United Kingdom: Report on metallurgical coal mining and steel production in the United Kingdom.
  • CoalWatch: Creation of an information hub on for Victoria, Australia, coal issues.
  • Earthjustice: Researching coal combustion waste sites.
  • Eco-Jurisprudence Project: Development of resources on environmental law on
  • Ember: Developing a tracker for coal terminals, steel plants, coal plants, and coal mines
  • E3G: Analysis of the global shrinkage in the coal fleet since 2015.
  • Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Initiative and Carbon Tracker Institute: Development of the Global Registry of Fossil Fuels.
  • Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI): Development of Net Zero Steel, a methodology for defining and tracking steel decarbonization pathways and a hub for information on low-emissions steelmaking.
  • Investigate Europe: Exposé on Europe’s Energy Charter Treaty.
  • Leadership Group for Industry Transition (Leadit): Development of Green Steel Tracker for low-emissions steel production technology.
  • Private Equity Stakeholder Project and Americans for Financial Reform: Social and environmental impacts of private equity investments.
  • Raven Ridge Resources: Development of global coal mine methane estimates.
  • RENEW-Industry: Facilitation of newsletter and webinars to disseminate research, news, and employment/funding opportunities in heavy industry decarbonization.
  • Stockholm Environment Institute: Development of the Global Fossil Fuel Atlas mapping oil/gas infrastructure and exploration/production in conjunction with areas of biodiversity, local communities, and other vulnerable systems.
  • TransitionZero: Development of methodology to use satellite imagery to estimate the utilisation rate of steel facilities.
  • Urgewald: Development of Global Coal Exit List and Global Oil and Gas Exit List.
  • WattTime: Mapping features of gas-fired and coal-fired power plants for enabling more accurate satellite-based emissions estimates.

For information on GEM’s funding partnerships, please see our list of institutional sponsors.