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Feedback requested for research into political leadership on climate change

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The 2014 Global Green Economy Index™ (GGEI) will measure the performance of nations and cities at addressing climate change and promoting green economy as well as how experts assess that performance. We would like to invite you to rank how well political leaders in the 60 nations being tracked in the 2014 GGEI are performing in these areas. Participate now: http://bit.ly/GGEI_PoliticalLeadership

In addition to providing your rankings, we are interested in your input to the indicators or other methods of measurement that we can use to better quantify political leadership in the new GGEI this year. Take a look at the attached PDF to see some preliminary thinking in this area. We look forward to hearing your feedback on improved research methods and approaches.

Thank you again for providing your input to the 2014 GGEI here: http://bit.ly/GGEI_PoliticalLeadership
If you have any questions regarding this research, please contact Jeremy Tamanini at jeremy@dualcitizeninc.com

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Feedback requested for research into political leadership on climate change

  1. 1.   Dual Citizen LLC | Washington - New York | www.dualcitizeninc.com     Global Green Economy Index™ (GGEI) Draft Framework, May 2014 Description of Current Measurement Approach Political Leadership Head of State Media coverage Conference of Parties (COP) Public Procurement Climate Change Policy Evaluation Use advanced Google analysis tools to determine the extent to which national heads of state are committed to addressing climate change and promoting a green economy through public statements and policy development. Use advanced Google analysis tools to determine the extent to which top global media outlets report on green economy news and policy developments to address climate change in each country covered by the GGEI. Perform text analysis of COP public reporting through IISD and other sources to evaluate the extent to which national leaders are working constructively in international climate forums. Estimate the extent to which sustainability criteria integrate into public procurement of products & services in each nation covered by the GGEI. Integrate leading indices like the Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI) with other research methods to measure the extent to which political leadership is successfully pursuing policies that reduce their carbon emissions.

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