Contributing Individuals & Organisations

Climate Tagger is a joint tool of the Climate Knowledge Brokers Group (CKB Group), developed by REEEP with support from key donors, partners and expert contributors.



  • US National Renewable EnergyRenewable energy is power generated from infinite sources, such as wind or solar power. Conventional energy is generated from finite sources, such as natural gas or fossil oil. Laboratory (NREL) – Open Energy Information program
  • Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) – weADAPT program
  • Institute for Development Studies (IDS) – Eldis program
  • Climate KnowledgeClimate is typically defined as the average weather (or more rigorously a statistical description of the average in terms of the mean and variability) over a period of time, usually 30 years. These quantities are most often surface variables such as temperature, precipitation, and wind. Climate ... Brokers Group (CKB) –

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Expert Contributors:

  • Jennifer Steeves, Acclimatise
  • Bob Khosa, Acclimatise
  • Paula Holland, Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC)
  • John  M. Callaway, DTU
  • Anne Olhoff, DTU
  • Bettina Schreck, UNIDO
  • Robert Williams, former UNIDO head of Unit
  • Brahmanand Mohanty, consultant to UNEP
  • Brian Day – Cennergi and SANEA of South Africa
  • Robbie Louw – Promethium Carbon
  • Koen Smekens, Energy Research Center of the Netherlands (ECN)
  • Bilainu Oboirien, CSIR
  • Rob Short, Sustainable Transactions ‘Advisors in Climate ChangeClimate change is a lasting change in weather patterns over long periods of time. It can be a natural phenomena and and has occurred on Earth even before people inhabited it. Quite different is a current situation that is also referred to as climate change, anthropogenic climate change, or ...’, Environmental Management and Energy, South Africa
  • Richard Worthington, independent GHG Emissions in IndustryGreenhouse gases emitted during industrial production, split into two categories: direct emissions that are produced at the facility, and indirect emissions that occur off site, but are associated with the facility's use of energy (EPA, 2014); Industry includes fuel used within the manufacturing ... Consultant, SA
  • Alex McNamara and Zarina Moolla – National Business Initiative (NBI – SA)
  • Reinhard Wolf, GIZ
  • Dr Emma Wilson, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
  • Blane Harvey, International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
  • Grant Ballard-Tremeer, Eco
  • Raffaella Bellanca, SNV
  • Mike Ahearne, University of Warwick
  • Tony McNally, Climate Change Solutions
  • Prachi Seth, Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
  • Timo Leiter, GIZ
  • Rachel Weddell, Global Green GrowthGreen growth means promoting economic growth while reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, minimising waste and inefficient use of natural resources, and maintaining biodiversity. Green growth means improving health prospects for populations and strengthening energy security through ... Institute (GGGI)
  • Benjamin Simmons, Green Growth Knowledge Platform (GGKP)
  • Christoph Brunner, AEE – Institute for Sustainable Technologies
  • Elvira Lutter, Climate and Energy Fund of the Austrian Government
  • Margi Haiden, FEEI – the Association of Austrian Electrical and Electronics Industries
  • Martin Hullin, REN21
  • Sean Esterly, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
  • Erik Ness, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
  • Pearse Cullinane, Energy Specialist  at UNHCR
  • Thomas Thorsch Krader, UNEP DTU
  • and more…
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