Mitsubishi, Pratt & Whitney, AT&T, Nortel, IBM, Motorola and Intel, WRI, World Resources Institute, Resources for the Future, RFF, UNFCCC, Scott Barrett, free-riders, multilateral environmental agreement, MEA, Kyoto Protocol, GATT, WTO, Klaus Toepfer, world environment organization, WEO, Tobias Reichert, Forum on Environment and Development, Michael Zammit Cutajar, Klaus Liebig, Millennium Round, RIIA, Conference of the Parties, COP, IISD, baseline methodologies, additionality, verification, reporting, Kok Kee Chow, Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice , SBSTA, ISO 14000, Harris Gleckman, Heister, World Bank, Telenes, Der Norske Veritas, DNV, Axel Michaelowa, HWWA, Clean Development Mechanism , CDM, China, India, JI, international, emissions trading, IET, Annie Petsonk, Environmental Defense Fund, EDF, ENB, Michael Grubb, Royal Institute of International Affairs, Electronic Industries Alliance, EIA, John Chafee, Judith Bayer, United Technologies, Stephen Harper, Intel, Directorate General XI, Environment, ICT, IST, European Consultative Forum on the Environment and Sustainable Development, greenhouse gases, GHG, solar, electricity, Nepal, Siemens, Reinhard Loske, emission permits, Simon Upton, Minister, New Zealand, trade, finance, Reuters, Canada, domestic trading, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, European Union, Royal Dutch Shell, Dupont, BP Amoco, Duncan Brack, Lucas Assuncau, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, ICTSD, Pew Center, UNEP, WRI, WBCSD, CERES, Liz Cook, transnational corporations, TNC, globalization, regimes, labour standards, investment, Seattle, protectionist, Group of 77, Kofi Annan, G7, G8, UNCTAD, Global Sustainable Development Facility, information and communication technology, AT&T, Oracle, Ericsson, Telia, UNDP, MAI, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, OECD, European Union, Joint Research Centre, Nick Sonntag, Stockholm Environment Institute, Gulf Stream, Stefan Rahmstorf, Vladimir Demkine, Kevin Baumert, Ukraine, GDP, indicator, Richard Gammon, University of Washington , Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Evelyn L. Wright , Howard Geller, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE),Joseph J. Romm, Henkel, Renet, Institute for Ecological Economic Research, Matt Howard, 3M Corporation, Xerox Corporation, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, International Energy Agency (IEA), Power Integrations Inc., DIK, "Energy Star" program, DG XVII, World Semiconductor Council (WSC), IBM, European Business Council E5, Jay Hakes, [U.S.] Department of Energy, [U.S.] House of Representatives, "Early Action" crediting, Thailand, University of Manchester, Multinational Enterprises MNEs, Transnational Corporations TNCs, Multilaterial Agreement on Investment MAI, Jens Martens, Kilian Delbrueck, Federal [German] Ministry of the Environment, World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland, ISO 14031 Environmental Performance Evaluation, Social Accountability SA 8000, Council on Economic Priorities CEP, SGS Group, EU Parliament, Rio Earth Summit, EPOC, the Environment Policy Committee, Agenda 21, Business Charter for Sustainable Development, International Chamber of Commerce, ICC, the CERES principles, Responsible Care program, UNEP's financial-institutions initiative, "Cologne Report", [Baden-Wuerttemberg] Ministry of the Environment, [United States] Business Roundtable BRT, Committee on International Investment and Multinational Enterprises (CIME),
Professor Dr. Hans-Juergen Ewers, Ulrich Mueller, Baden-Wuerttemberg, German federal Red-Green coalition government, Peter Zapfel, DG II, Dr. Bergmann, Dr. Christoph Boehringer, Hamburg Institute of Economic Research HWWA, Dr. Sergey N. Kuraev, State Committee for Environmental Protection , Garth Edward, Natsource, Peter Knoedel, BP Amoco Germany, KPMG, DNV, ICF, Sir John Browne, Environmental Defense Fund EDF, Resources for the Future RFF, Annie Petsonk, Early Action, Ray Kopp, Professor Dr.Dr. Radermacher, China, India, Christine Zumkeller, Axel Michaelowa, Sergio Trindade, Representative Frank R. Wolf, Virginia, Washington Post, National Environmental Policy Institute NEPI, AT&T Corp., Litton Corp., AOL, Orbital and the Science Application International Corporation, International Telework Association and Council ITAC,Worldwatch Insititute, United Nations Human Development Report (HDR),  Columbia University, Zeitschrift für neues Energierecht ZNER, European Environment Agency EEA, Fifth Framework Programme,  HPCWire, U.S. National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, CO, Economic Times-India , Central and Eastern Europe, NEC Corporation,  James Gustave Speth, Inge Kaul, Jeffrey Sachs, Amartya Sen, Joseph Stiglitz, Nordhaus, Cline, Geoffrey Heal, Dr. Klaus Traube, Martin Riedel, Domingo Jiménez-Beltrán,  Montreal Protocol, CFCs, "free-rider" problem, public goods theory, "prisoners' dilemma",  combined heat and power (CHP), cogeneration, 'green certificates',  Production Processes and Methods PPMs, preferential treatment, Information Society Technologies IST, telematics, environmental management, supercomputers, High Performance Computing, labels, remote sensing, Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Bremen Energiekonsens, Oeko-Institute, photovoltaic, green power, green electricity, databank, tracking, Christof Timpe, Swedish Society for Nature Conservation, SSNC, Bra Miljoeval, FSC label (Forest Stewardship Council), World Conservation Union, IUCN, European Environmental Bureau, EEB, eco-labelling, Worldwide Fund for Nature, WWF, Netherlands, German Corporation for Technical Cooperation, GTZ, Columbia, Namibia, Southern Africa, Group for Efficient Appliances GEA, Switzerland, TCO, Steve Mizrach, Consortium for International Earth Science Information Network CIESIN, Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (CRISP), Singapore, Southeast Asia, Indonesia, American Meteorological Society, Globe Network, South America, North America, Poland, Central and Eastern Europe, CEE, Green Pages,  Bill McKibben, New York Times, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, climate modelling, El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO), anthropogenic climate, ice cores, tree rings, volcanic eruptions, stratospheric and tropospheric ozone, atmospheric chemistry, biogeochemical cycles, World Climate Research Program (WCRP) and the International Geosphere Biosphere Programme (IGBP), CLIVAR (Climate Variability and Predictability), integrated models, David Bradford, Princeton University, Klaus Keller, Yale University, William D. Nordhaus, thermohaline circulation collapse, Andrew Kerr, Edinburgh University, Natural Environment Research Council, Financial Times, Atlantic Conveyor Belt, Potsdam Institute for Climate Change Research, Global Environment Outlook 2000, Donald Turcotte, Cornell University, Center for Environmental Systems Research, Kassel, Joseph Alcamo, Nebojsa Nakicenovic, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria, World Energy Council (WEC), Peter Hennicke, STMicroelectronics, Amory Lovins, Hartmut Grassl, Buenos Aires Action Plan, Franz Josef Radermacher, Birgit Breuel, American Geophysical Union AGU, Ericsson, Electrolux, The Economist, Industry Council for Electronic Recycling, Gallon Environment Letter, Climatic Change, ICLIPS Project, Integrated Assessment, the Battelle Institute, Washington DC, Kiel Institute of World Economics, German Economic Institute in Berlin, IIASA in Laxenburg, Jackson Environment Institute of the University of London, Max Planck Institute MPI for Meteorology, Hamburg, Tolerable Windows Approach (TWA), Gerhard Petschel-Held, Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber, Ferenc Toth, Thomas Bruckner, Lennart Bengtsson, European Forum on Integrated Environmental Assessment EFIEA, Geoforschungszentrum, Ludger Timmen, World Energy Council WEC, Carbon Dioxide Analysis Center at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, Pilot Programme on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions, New Delhi, World Energy Assessment, COP5, International Climate Change Partnership ICCP, Kevin Fay, Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC), Integrated Global Observing Strategy IGOS, Committee on Earth Observation Satellites CEOS, Working Group on Information Systems and Services WGISS, Global Climate Observing System GCOS, Global Ocean Observing System GOOS, Global Terrestrial Observing System GTOS, World Climate Research Programme WCRP, International Geosphere Biosphere Programme IGBP, Fifth Framework Programme, CORDIS Focus, Center for International Earth Science Information Network at Columbia University, CIESIN, environmental treaties, International Environmental Agreements, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Synergies, Inter-Linkages, Gary Sampson , London School of Economics, United Nations University, Environmental Finance, Insurance, Third Assessment Report TAR, Special Report on Emissions Scenarios SRES, East Anglia, New Scientist, Business as Usual scenario, BBC, thresholds, Harry Lehmann, Jeremy Leggett , Royal Dutch / Shell, Gelsenkirchen, Antonio Soria, Matthias Weber, Astrid Zwick, Hakan Nordström, S.Vaughan, Politische Oekologie, Economist,, Institute for Development Studies at the University of Sussex, Guy de Jonquieres, Financial Times, Jeffrey Garten, Business Week, Pacific Institute, Netaid, Braden Allenby, AT&T, Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development ICTSD in Geneva, Switzerland, Mike Moore, multilateral environmental agreements (MEAs), World Conservation Union, Global Environment and Trade Study, Daniel Esty, Yale, Sky Trust Initiative, Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED), M.Calabrese, Redefining Progress, Karlsruhe Research Centre, Center for Energy and Climate Solutions, Joseph Romm, Nevin Cohen,