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Innovation Center   69.44% (25)
Energy Management Agency   69.44% (25)
Biodiversity Department   11.11% (4)
Institute For Sustainable Development   11.11% (4)
Ministry Of Culture   11.11% (4)
Nicolas Hulot Foundation   11.11% (4)
International Year Of The Forest   11.11% (4)
International Relations   11.11% (4)
National Centre Of Fine Arts   11.11% (4)
International Call For Entries   5.56% (2)
Peak Oil   5.56% (2)
Technologies Association   2.78% (1)
Left Bank   2.78% (1)
World Energy Outlook   2.78% (1)
Canadian Youth Climate Coalition   2.78% (1)
Oil Depletion Analysis Center   2.78% (1)
Southern Energy   2.78% (1)
Business Council For Sustainable Energy   2.78% (1)
Irish Police Protestors At Shell Terminal   2.78% (1)
Energy Bulletin   2.78% (1)
Ministry Of The Environment   2.78% (1)
Cambridge Energy Research Associates Institut   2.78% (1)
Greenpeace   2.78% (1)
Global Energy Systems Groupe   2.78% (1)
Kennedy School   2.78% (1)
Big Oil   2.78% (1)
Postcarbon Institute Simius Energeticus   2.78% (1)
Royal Dutch Shell   2.78% (1)
Mongolia Energy Bulletin   2.78% (1)
Planetary Geodynamics Laboratory   2.78% (1)
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