Climate Recon 2050 project is led by the Ecologic Institute in cooperation with four partners representing research organisations, climate governance experts, modellers and scenario builders from across Europe:

The Ecologic Institute is a private not-for-profit think-tank for applied environmental research, policy analysis and consultancy. An independent, non-partisan body, the Ecologic Institute is dedicated to bringing fresh ideas to environmental policies and sustainable development. For the past five years, Ecologic Institute has been carrying out research and analysis on the Paris Agreement, the EU’s 2030 climate and energy framework and transformational 2050 strategies and policy options.

WiseEuropa Institute is an independent think-tank based in Warsaw.The mission of WiseEuropa is to improve the quality of Polish and European policy-making as well as the overall business environment by promoting the use of sound economic and institutional analysis, independent research and evidence-based approach to impact assessment. WiseEuropa offers a wide range of analytical, research, consulting and communication services which altogether make it a suitable partner for business, administration as well as science. WiseEuropa specializes in the following subjects: European and global political and economic affairs; National macroeconomic, industrial, energy and institutional policies; Digital economy and innovativeness; Social and labour market policies.

The Energy Policy Group (EPG) is a Bucharest-based non-profit, independent think-tank specializing in energy and climate policy, market analytics and energy strategy, grounded in February 2014. EPG’s regional focus is Eastern Europe and the Black Sea Basin. Its analyses, though, are informed by wider trends and processes at global and EU levels. EPG promotes a technologically advanced, secure, environmentally friendly and socially acceptable energy system. EPG’s views are self-standing and science-based. It relies on the best available data sources, as well as on its own research into energy security and strategy, technology, markets, geopolitics and political risk.

Radu Dudau

The Stockholm Environment Institute is an international non-profit research and policy organization that tackles environment and development challenges. They connect science and decision-making to develop solutions for a sustainable future for all. The SEI Tallinn carries out applied research, stakeholder engagement and capacity building in the Baltic Sea Region and the EU. Areas of expertise include environmental governance, policy impact assessment, nature conservation, urban biodiversity, climate adaptation, renewable energy, transport, resource efficiency, waste management, sustainable development indicators, valuation of ecosystem services and analysis of market-based instruments.

The main focus of Energy Efficiency Centre is strategic energy planning and policy makers support, which is primarily oriented to fields of energy efficiency, RES, reduction of GHG emissions and reduction of air pollutants. They provide expert support for Ministries in the preparation of strategic and action documents in the fields of energy climate policy and policies on the reduction of air pollutant emissions by developing complex model tools for analysis and projections of energy consumption and emission development. The centre is the key actor for the development, collection and transfer of knowledge about efficient resource management at the intersection of energy consumers, state, energy providers, equipment and services providers, and other stakeholders due to our holistic approach including energy, environmental and business aspects of energy consumption and transformation.