Think tank

Kyoto Club

Rome, Italy

The Kyoto Club is a non-profit Italian organisation founded in February 1999. Its members are business companies, associations and local municipalities and governments engaged in reaching the greenhouse gases reduction targets set by the Kyoto Protocol. To reach its goals the Kyoto Club promotes awareness-raising initiatives, information and training to foster energy efficiency, renewable energy sources and sustainable mobility. Towards public decision-makers the Kyoto Club puts forward policy proposals to make decisions in the energy field more and more environmentally friendly. The Kyoto Club bases its activities on some key strategies: - The increase of the environmental dimension in business culture and the dissemination of best practices - The promotion of eco-efficiency policies and the use of renewable energy sources - The reduction of greenhouse gases emissions in Italian urban areas - The development of new eco-compatible productions and the investments in technological innovation - The mainstreaming of environmental management systems, eco and energy labeling - The dialogue and networking among institutions and companies

Contact details

Website:
http://www.kyotoclub.org

Address:
Via Genova 23, 00184 - Rome

Country:
Italy

Sub-region:
Southern Europe

Areas of focus

Operating languages
English , Italian

Organisation details

Business model
Non-profit
Institutional affiliations
Independent
Year founded
1999
Age (years)
Kyoto Club
 22
Italy average
 31
Global average
 31
Leadership
Leader(s) (2019): Catia Bastioli
Leader gender: Female
Staff size
2019
Kyoto Club
 10
Italy average
 49
Global average
 120
% Female staff
2019
Kyoto Club
40% 
Italy average
42% 
Global average
42% 

Social

Likes (2019)
Kyoto Club
 4,150
Italy average
 13,615
Global average
 24,405
Twitter
Followers (2019)
Kyoto Club
 8,700
Italy average
 9,294
Global average
 15,113

Data notes

Last updated: 29/02/2020
Boundary organization (find out more): Yes
Rating of data accuracy (find out more): Authenticated
Data sources consulted: Organisation´s website, Think tank list
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