Strategic Communications and City Marketing
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Dual Citizen advises clients on how to leverage data analytics and strategic communications to further their growth and development agendas. We work with government ministries, international organizations and private firms on consulting assignments and by sub-contracting with strategic partners.
To support this work, we publish the Global Green Economy Index™ (GGEI), measuring the performance of 60 countries and 70 cities in the green economy and how experts assess that performance. Insights and data from the GGEI inform policymakers and private clients with intelligence to advance their reputation and performance in the green economy.Learn more about the practice >
introduces new social media analysis framework.
February 8th, 2016
The Climate Moment
We are pleased to release "The Climate Moment: Anticipating New Energy Markets, Investment Risks and Opportunities & Jobs in the Low Carbon Economy." With a global climate deal done, this study provides investors, businesses, NGOs and policymakers a national-level analysis of the linkages between INDCs and energy markets, investments, payback periods, avoided costs and employment. Access it here.
We hosted a webinar on January 13th, 2016 and introduced the model and findings behind our new study. This webinar gave market actors new tools as they begin to implement the national-level policies and investments required to reach their INDC goals from the Paris Climate Conference. Email us if you would like to receive a copy of the presentation.
Our new study presents in-depth data and insight for 12 countries, based on modeling and associated assumptions and policies. We offer clients the option to design and request their own scenarios based on this main model, selecting up to 3 new assumptions and 1 new policy for each country. Learn more about this service here.
State of Green in Denmark
The GGEI serves as the foundation for a new digital tool launched by the government of Denmark through the State of Green. This new 'Transition Index' allows users to visualize how countries and cities compare across various categories of the GGEI. Learn more here.
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