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Ecosia Microsoft Yahoo
Description: 

Ecosia is an eco-friendly Internet search engine backed by Yahoo, Bing and the World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF). At least 80% of its advertising revenue go to a rainforest protection program run by the WWF. Ecosia servers run on green electricity.Ecosia: Green Search Engine: Ecosia: Green Search EngineEcosia: Green Search Engine: Ecosia: Green Search Engine

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http://ecosia.org
Contact person: 
Ecosia
Contact email: 
questions@ecosia.org
Type of access: 
open
Type of information available online: 
Search engine
Developed by: 
Google
Description: 

Google’s green initiative aiming to lower Google’s carbon footprint through investing in energy efficiency, renewable energy and carbon offsets. Contains details on Google’s efforts to improve the efficiency of their servers and data centers and to ensure proper reuse and recycling of all electronic equipment.

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http://www.google.com/corporate/green/
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Type of access: 
open
Type of information available online: 
website, information, IT tools
Developed by: 
David McCandless
Description: 

Graphs and visualization of data and arguments used by climate change skeptics vs the scientific consensus. Contains also many more topics visualized.Information is Beautiful: climate skeptics vs. the scientific consensusInformation is Beautiful: climate skeptics vs. the scientific consensus

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http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/visualizations/climate-change-deniers-vs-the-consensus/
Contact person: 
David McCandless
Contact email: 
InformationIsBeautiful@Gmail.com
Type of access: 
open
Type of information available online: 
blog, graphs, images, data sources, data sets
Developed by: 
RealClimate
Description: 

RealClimate is a commentary site on climate science by working climate scientists for the interested public and journalists. The site aims to provide a quick response to developing stories and provide the context sometimes missing in mainstream commentary. The discussion is restricted to scientific topics and will not get involved in any political or economic implications of the science.

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http://www.realclimate.org
Contact person: 
RealClimate
Contact email: 
contrib@realclimate.org
Type of access: 
open
Type of information available online: 
Website, wiki, blog, forum, data sources, links, tutorials
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University of Manchester
Description: 

NICCD is a set of online resources on ICTs, climate change and development associated with the “Climate Change, Innovation and ICTs” research project funded by Canada’s International Development Research Centre and managed by Richard Heeks and Angelica Ospina at the University of Manchester’s Centre for

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http://niccd.wordpress.com/
Contact person: 
Richard Heeks
Contact email: 
niccd.project@googlemail.com
Type of access: 
open
Type of information available online: 
Blog
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Centre for Development Informatics (CDI) of the University of Manchester
Description: 

This Web site provides online guidance, research knowledge and networking about ICTs’ relation to climate change mitigation, monitoring, strategy and adaptation in developing countries.

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http://www.niccd.org/
Contact person: 
Prof. Richard Heeks, Principal Investigator
Contact email: 
niccd.project@googlemail.com
Type of access: 
open, registration in discussion group required for posting
Type of information available online: 
discussion group, blog, resources, reports
Developed by: 
OECD
Description: 

An initiative by The Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy (ICCP) – OECD. The ICCP contributes to the development of policies to meet the opportunities and challenges of electronic commerce and ensuring that its benefits are widely shared, and to improve our grasp of the role played by ICTs in economic growth and job creation.

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http://www.oecd.org/sti/ict/green-ict
Contact person: 
Graham Vickery, Head of Information Economy Group
Contact email: 
Graham.Vickery@oecd.org
Type of access: 
open
Type of information available online: 
Website, data sets, videos, graphs, reports
Developed by: 
Avaaz
Description: 

Avaaz is one of the largest online activist networks with a strong political agenda aimed at closing the gap between the rich and poor regions.

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http://www.avaaz.org
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Type of access: 
open, registration required to take action
Type of information available online: 
Text, pictures, videos, user messages, online campaigning tools
Developed by: 
Global Environment Facility Evaluation Office (GEFEO)
Description: 

Site dedicated to building the networking and professional capacity of individuals working on the evaluation of climate change and international development projects and programs. The “Climate-Eval” community of practice is a network oriented at building and improving the quality of information shared through the site.

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http://www.climate-eval.org/
Contact person: 
Gonzalo Griebenow
Contact email: 
GGriebenow@TheGEF.org
Type of access: 
Open, registration required to post
Type of information available online: 
discussion forums, news, events, electronic library

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