Chatham House has been the home of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA) for over nine decades. Its mission is to be a world-leading source of independent analysis, informed debate and influential ideas on how to build a prosperous and secure world for all. It carries out an extensive programme of research, convenes meetings for leading experts, policy-makers, politicians and business people from around the world, and maintains a highly regarded library and information service. Chatham House research is structured around three areas: Energy, environment and resource governance which incorporates work on energy, environment and development policy; International economics which is devoted to the study of international economic issues and policies; and Regional and security studies, which incorporates work on Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Russia and Eurasia, Global health security, International security and International law.
The Energy, Environment and Resources department (EER) at Chatham House seeks to advance the international debate on energy, environment and resources policy and to influence and enable decision-makers and stakeholders – governments, NGOs, business and media – to take well-informed decisions that contribute to both achieving sustainable development and mitigating potential future climate and resource-related insecurities.
Persons involved in the project:
Main tasks in Transworld:
- Leader of WP2
- Partner of WP4, WP9, WP10, WP11