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BY MARRYING RMI’S ANALYTICAL RIGOR AND ENERGY-SYSTEM EXPERTISE WITH CWR’S BOLD AND AGILE ENTREPRENEURIAL APPROACH, TOGETHER WE CAN GO FURTHER, FASTER,” Sir Richard Branson, Founder of Carbon War Room

News: Rocky Mountain Institute and Carbon War Room Merge in Strategic Alliance

By Carbon War Room December 16, 2014
Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and Carbon War Room (CWR)—two leading nonprofits tackling climate change through market based solutions—are aligning to catalyze an energy revolution that can unlock the greatest wealth-creating opportunity in modern history, the organizations announced today. Read More.

"The Bahamas's entry into the Ten Island Challenge signals another huge step forward for the region in the effort towards a clean energy future," Sir Richard Branson

News: Bahamas Takes on Renewable Energy Challenge

By Carbon War Room December 10, 2014
The Commonwealth of the Bahamas is joining the Carbon War Room's Ten Island Challenge, committing to a 20MW solar project, energy efficiency solutions for a local high school, and a nationwide streetlight retrofit among other projects. Read More.

"The Port of Barbados is taking a leadership role in promoting reduction of carbon emissions," Chairman of CWR, Jose Maria Figueres

News: Barbados Port Leads the Way in Environmental Sustainability

By Carbon War Room December 8, 2014
The Port of Barbados has committed to developing an incentive program encouraging more efficient vessels in their port, using the A to G greenhouse gas rating developed by RightShip and Carbon War Room. Read More.

Turks and Caicos Joins the Caribbean's Renewable Energy Race

By Carbon War Room October 16, 2014
Turks & Caicos (TCI) deepened its commitment to advancing renewable energy by joining the Carbon War Room’s Ten Island Challenge today. The Premier of Turks and Caicos, the Honorable Doctor Rufus Ewing, and Carbon War Room Operation Director, Justin Locke, signed a Memorandum of Understanding, committing to work together to reduce the island’s dependence on fossil fuels through increased renewable energy production and improved energy efficiency. Read More.
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