Energy Environment Think Tanks and LENR Energy is a resource with which multi organization teamwork toward clean LENR energy transition planning and policy making can take place. LENR energy density is as great or greater than nuclear, creates no pollution or radioactive waste, and is cheaper than coal. Worldwide LENR transition will end the effects of carbon energy use. Accruing these benefits, and many more, is best achieved through a concerted effort, a collaboration of organizations worldwide.

The energy density of LENR equates to LENR economic density as well. The nearly unimaginable savings go beyond the cost per BTU, creating an economic imperative as never seen before. An example is the monies being spent by think tanks, non-profits, universities, nations, international organizations and more, on programs that address carbon energy security, pollution, and climate change mitigation. Every such organization will assess the value of these programs in light of LENR energy and redirect resources accordingly.

The LENR transition creates the ultimate reasons for a fully collaborative approach, a strong environmental imperative and economic imperative.

Energy dense and economically dense LENR power.

The Contact Letter

Good day,

I bring to your attention an article worth reading.
It presents, what I consider to be, the most important science of our time.
The article provides links to works and developments for your investigation.
Consider incorporating this technology in future planning and policy decisions.

Please read the article Emergent LENR Energy…

View the LENR energy think tank contact/inform work log…

See the LinkedIn posting…

Thank you,

Gregory Byron Goble

Energy Environment Think Tanks and LENR Energy

I sent that message to the following people at these organizations in order to start the process of incorporating this technology in future planning and policy decisions. This requires these organizations to assess the relevance (VALUE) of programs in light of emergent LENR energy and redirect their efforts accordingly.


Energy Environment Think Tanks and LENR Energy is a resource through which multi organization teamwork toward LENR energy transition planning and policy can begin. LENR transition presents opportunities for a redirecting of energy monies spent and expenses of carbon fuel remediation. By contacting leaders of think tanks, informing them of emergent LENR and keeping a public log of this work, a method and resource for collaboration emerges. Now is the time for these groups to join together and chart a clear path forward for the transition to LENR energy.

This is an ongoing log, it will be added to as the work progresses. Others may contribute by leaving a message, documenting your efforts, at the LinkedIn posting. All efforts contributed will be added to the LENR energy think tank contact/inform work log; which is a resource for LENR transition networking between these organizations and may be utylized for such freely.

I hope all these people contact each other and start talking about emergent LENR energy. Let’s encourage them to do so.


Gregory B. Goble

The LENR Energy Think Tank Contact/Inform Work Log

The 2015 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report

Launch date was January 29, 2016

An excellent resource and tool used in doing this work. I expect LENR energy transition to be considered at next years worldwide launch events.



The report was launched in Washington, DC, (World Bank and Wilson Center), Philadelphia (University of Pennsylvania) and in New York (United Nations). In addition 107 think tanks and policy oriented organizations in 70 cities and 60 countries worldwide organized and hosted launch events (see list below). The report has been translated into more than 20 languages by our global partners.

The theme for this year’s launch is “Why Think Tanks Matter to Policy Makers and the Public”. While recent think tank growth has been nothing short of explosive, the relationship between these organizations and the policy making process is not completely understood. The Think Tank Launch Events on January 27th and 28th provided concrete examples of the research and educational programs produced by these institutions and how it serves policy makers and the public. -end quote

Energy and Resource Policy Think Tanks

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Center for Development Research (ZEF) (Germany) Gisela Ritter-Pilger Sonja Wagener Sabine Aengenendt-Baer


Center for Economic and Social Development (CESD) (Azerbaijan) Email: Vugar Bayramov Faina Hanifeyeva David Chang Tural Abbasov Rashad Agayev Rashad Hasanov Nargiz Guliyeva Narmin Ibrahimova

Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES) (United Kingdom) Kate Teasdale Susan Millar Karen Clark Scott Mclachlan

World Resource Institute (United States) Andrew Steer Manish Bapna Liz Cook Janet Ranganathan Alex Perera Aniruddha Dasgupta Rachel Biderman Lailai Li Nirarta Samadhi


RAND Corporation (United States) David Aaron Michele Abbott Ernesto Amaral Dave Baiocchi James T. Bartis Nicholas Broten

Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR) (United Arab Emirates) General Inquiries

Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) (United Kingdom) Our Annual International Conference is held in collaboration with the MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research.
Gen. Email:
David Newbery Dr. Chi Kong Chyong Michael Pollitt Janusz W. Bialek Jean-Michel Glachant


MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research (CEEPR) (United States) Christopher R. Knittel Michael A. Mehlin Joshua Hodge Tony Tran General info

American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) (United States) Arthur C. Brooks Danielle Pletka Katherine Earle Cecilia Gallogly Toby Stock

TERI: The Energy and Resources Institute (India) Info


Atlantic Council (United States) Global Energy Center General Inquiries Media

Energy Studies Institute (Singapore) Dr. S.K. Chou

Centre for Energy Policy and Economics (CEPE) (Switzerland) Andrea Gossweiler M. Filippini


Center for Resources and the Environment (United States) David T. Allen Cyril Durrenberger Elena McDonald-Buller Aleta Wilder

Institute of Energy Economics (Japan)

European Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS) (United Kingdom) Carola Gegenbauer Dr. Frank Umbach Dr. Adnan Vatansever Marc Berenson

Center on Environment, Energy and Resource Policy (CEERP) (China)

Centre for Energy Environment Resources Development (CEERD) (Thailand)

Davis Energy Institute (United States) Daniel Sperling Adam Schultz K.E Kerlin B. M. Klein


Centre for Population and Environmental Development (CPED) (Nigeria)

Environmental Think Tanks

World Resource Institute (United States) Christina DeConcini David Waskow Karl Hausker Pankaj Bhatia Neelam Singh Hana Biru Pascal Canfin Alex Perera Letha Tawney

Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) (Sweden) SEI HQ

Worldwatch Institute (United States) Erik Assadourian Jorge Barrigh Lisa Mastny Alexander Ochs Michael Renner

Brookings Institution (United States) Sent to Strobe Talbott - President and Kemal Derviş - Vice president and director of Global Economy and Development.

Resources for the Future (RFF) (United States) Phil Sharp Lea Harvey Raymond Kopp Molly Macauley Karen L. Palmer Dallas Burtraw Shannon Wulf Tregar Scott D. Hase

Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) (United States)
Climate Leadership Conference 2016

Earthwatch Institute (United States) Sent the letter.

Chatham House (United Kingdom) Sent to Rob Bailey, Professor Paul Stevens and Shane Tomlinson.

Ecologic Institute (Germany) Sent to Dr. Camilla Bausch and Dr. Ana Frelih-Larsen.

Earth Institute (United States) Judy Jamal Kevin Krajick Kyu-Young Lee Gabriella Cohen Ajit Subramaniam Hayley Martinez

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) (Kenya) Jacqueline McGlade Naysán Sahba Achim Steiner General info Champions of the Earth: World Environment Day: BASE UNEP/Collaborating Centre

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) (Germany) Hermann Lotze-Campen Ottmar Edenhofer Anders Levermann Dr. Ingo Bräuer Dr. Daniel Klingenfeld

International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) (Canada) General inquiries Sumeep Bath Geneva, Switzerland office


Center for Science and Environment (CSE) (India) General email: Sunita Narain Chandra Bhushan Anumita Roy Chowdhury Priyavrat Bhati Ranjita Menon

Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology (ATREE) (India) Dr. K. S. Bawa Mr. Darshan Shankar Dr. Surinder M. Sehgal Dr. S. Natesh Dr. Kartik Shanker

The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) (India) Mr. Sudheer Katoch Mr. K Rajagopal Albert Trevor Ms. Monmi Barua Ms. Ragini Kumar General inquires

Centro Mexicano de Derecho Ambiental (Mexico) GUSTAVO ALANÍS ORTEGA

African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) (Kenya)

Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) (United States)

Center for International Forestry Research (Indonesia) Manuel Guariguata Esther Mwangi Richard Eba’a Atyi Habtemariam Kassa Pham Thu Thuy Davison Gumbo Mathurin Zida Stibniati Atmadja Mani Ram Banjade Christopher Martius

Copenhagen Consensus Center (CCC) (Denmark) General inquiries Brad Wong Hasanuzzaman Zaman

Forum for the Future (United Kingdom) Sara Parkin Susanna Orchar Rebekah Deboo Helen Clarkson Ashley Mielcarek Pallavi Ahuja Stephanie Draper Ariel Muller Anna Simpson

Centro Brasileiro de Relações Internacionais (Brazil) Edward C. Chow General inquiries

Australia Institute (TAI) (Australia) Ben Oquist Richard Denniss Ebony Bennett Dan Cass Roderick Campbell David Richardson Mark Ogge

Chinese Academy For Environmental Planning (CAEP) (China) General inquiries

Centre for Population and Environmental Development (CPED) (Nigeria)

Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP) (United Kingdom) Patrick ten Brink Konar Mutafoglu Kamila Paquel Silvia Nanni David Baldock Andrew Farmer Martin Nesbit Allan Buckwell Sirini Withana Andrea Illes

The Property and Environment Research Center (PERC) (United States) Reed Watson Wendy Purnell Shawn Regan General inquiries

Competitive Enterprise Institute (United States) General Inquiries Media Inquiries

Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE) (Japan)

Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) (Italy) Anna Alberini Pasquale Alferj Loïc Berger Margaretha Breil Carlo Carraro Monica Eberle Cecilia Mezzano Laura Pellizzola
Massimo Tavoni

New Zealand Climate Change Research Institute (New Zealand)
Prof. David Frame Dr. Kelli Archie Prof. David Bibby
Dr. Stephen Flood Dr. Judy Lawrence Dr. Dan Zwartz
Greg Bodeker

Wuppertal Institute (Germany) Hella Abrahams Prof. Dr. Manfred Fischedick Dr. Alexandra Büttgen Dr. Kathrin Greiff Prof. Dr. Peter Hennicke Prof. Dr. Stefan Lechtenböhmer Prof. Dr. Uwe Schneidewind Dr. Hermann E. Ott

Development Alternatives (India)

International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) (Austria) Pavel Kabat Nebojsa Nakicenovic Sanja Drinkovic Professor Don Saari

Civic Exchange Honk Kong (China) Iris Chan

African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS) (Kenya) Prof. Mohamed H. Abdel Aal Sheila Oparaocha Dr. Michael Stahl Mr. Boniface W. Wanyama Dr Cosmas Milton Obote Ochieng Dr. Simon Bransfield-Garth

Center for Development and Environment (SUM) (Norway) Johanna Adolfsson Ingebjørg Torgersen Tanja Winther Nina Witoszek Arve Hansen Knut Kjæreng Harold Langford Wilhite

More to do…

Think Tank LENR Reports

Spain Think Tank Prospektiker

Study on water, energy and food security Nexus: research and innovation in the context of climate change Draft State of the Art Report“ ref. PP-02001-2014


U.S. Think Tank EPRI

Program on Technology Innovation: Assessment of Novel Energy Production Mechanisms in a Nanoscale Metal Lattice

Norway Think Tank Om Civita

LENR - A new, inexpensive and pollution-free energy?

U.S. Think Tank Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs

Building the Bridge to an Energy Secure Future: Energy Policies for the 21st Century