DUAL CITIZEN - New York, NY / Washington DC

Strategic Communications and City Marketing

Government Ministries Research Services

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.

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July 3rd, 2015

Subscribe to the New GGEI

GGEI subscribers receive in-depth data, analysis and customization of the overall results with the goal of advancing their reputation and performance in the global green economy.  For more information about subscribing to the GGEI or engaging us in customized consulting assignments, click 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.

Over 125,000 GGEI Downloads

We encourage usage of images, graphics, charts and tables from the new GGEI report for use in third-party publications.  We also created special "spider graphs" for each country in the GGEI so they can better understand their results.  Access the new GGEI image library here.

The Atlantic's CityLab

The recent Global Green Economy Index was featured in Atlantic Magazine's CityLab with a special anaylsis conducted by Richard Florida and the Martin Prosperity Institute.  Among other things, they look at links between national green economic performance and the presence of a "creative class."  Read the full article here.

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Subscribe to the New GGEI

GGEI subscribers receive in-depth data, analysis and customization of the overall results with the goal of advancing their reputation and performance in the global green economy.  For more information about subscribing to the GGEI or engaging us in customized consulting assignments, click 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.

Over 125,000 GGEI Downloads

We encourage usage of images, graphics, charts and tables from the new GGEI report for use in third-party publications.  We also created special "spider graphs" for each country in the GGEI so they can better understand their results.  Access the new GGEI image library here.

The Atlantic's CityLab

The recent Global Green Economy Index was featured in Atlantic Magazine's CityLab with a special anaylsis conducted by Richard Florida and the Martin Prosperity Institute.  Among other things, they look at links between national green economic performance and the presence of a "creative class."  Read the full article here.