World Resource Institute/Global Warming International Center
Location22W381 75th St.Naperville, IL 60565 United States
The Global Warming International Center (GWIC) is the international body disseminating information on global warming science and policy, serving both governamental, non-governamental organizations, and industries in more than 145 countries. It sponsors unbiased research supporting the understanding of global warming and its mitigation. Among its best known projects are: The Global Treeline Projects (GTP) Greenhouse Gas Reduction Benchmark (GHGRB) The Himalayan Reforestation Project (HRP) The Extreme Evemt Index (EEI) The Global Warming International Center sponsors the annual Global Warming International Conference & Expo, and the Executive Workshop on Industry Technology and Greenhouse Gas Emission, which facilitates international exchange and provides the most up-to-date hands-on workshop for corporation and utilites executives.
GWIC holds an annual conference on topics concerning global warming, energy & resource management, public health, and climate change.