KnowlEdge Srl                        Growing winning ideas out of complexity       


KE helps you look beyond borders, investigate complex systems,
find new opportunities and make the best of the world we are living in. Sustainably.

 
 

Markets, and more generally systems, naturally evolve and become more and more complex.

At KnowlEdge (KE), we analyze and document them to find solutions, synergies and new opportunities.


KE is a leader in developing customized methodologies and tools for the elaboration of integrated strategies, action plans and investment programs for green economy/green growth. This includes work in the context of climate adaptation and mitigation, with emphasis on reducing vulnerability and enhancing resilience.


KE is a consulting company with international presence, supporting its clients in exploring socio-economic

and environmental complexity to inform

decision making for sustainability.


KE originates from the need to provide new and innovative state of the art approaches to analyze our current and future challenges.


Business, academia and the work ethic of non-profits come together at KE to find durable and sustainable solutions in
support of decision makers.

As a result, KE is built up on a broad international experience
and a network of experts across disciplines.


Key competences span across sectors and disciplines:

  1. -Systems analysis, with System Thinking and System Dynamics.

  2. -Scenario analysis, using simulation models to generate quantitative projections.

  3. -Business administration, corporate and market strategy, economics and environmental economics.

  4. -Green economy and green growth policy analysis, energy and carbon finance, resilience and risk management.

  5. -Training on scenario building and strategy formulation.

  6. -Workshop conveners/facilitators and speakers at conferences.

 

KE: growing winning ideas out of complexity

Clients and Partners

  1. -Public and private sector, NGOs and academia.

  2. -Clients include, among others: IISD, WWF and World Economic Forum (non profit); UNEP and UNITAR (UN system); GGGI, IRENA and ADB (International Organizations); US EPA (public sector); Stellenbosch University and University of Bergen (academia).


Project News

  1. -Report and model launch: KE is pleased to announce the launch of KT-GEM in Indonesia: on March 3rd 2015.

  2. -Report: GSI-IF Model launched by IISD in Geneva on February 10, 2015. More information is available here.

  3. -Report: Korea Environment Institute, Greenable vol. 2 2014: Measuring Progress for Sustainable Development. Greenable is available here.

  4. -Report: Bassi, A.M. for IRENA. “Renewable Energy Opportunities for Island Tourism”. August 2014.

  5. -Report: Bassi, A.M. for UNEP. “A guidance manual for green economy indicators”. September 2014.

  6. -Report: Bassi, A.M. for UNEP. “Using models for green economy policymaking”. September 2014.

  7. - Report: Bassi, A.M. for GGGI. “Unleashing Green Growth in the Mekong Delta - A Multi-stakeholder Approach to Identify Key Policy Options”. August 2014.

  8. -GGKP blog: The sustainability of infrastructure, focusing on what matters: design, implementation and use. May 2014.

New Book: Tackling Complexity, A Systemic Approach for Decision Makers  - Probst and Bassi (2014).
This important new book analyses real-world strategy and policy challenges,
addressing the interconnectedness of the markets/systems we live in. It
provides a step-by-step approach using systems thinking to solve complex
problems in socio-political as well as business environments.

- Forewords by Klaus Schwab and Paul Polman.
- A step-by-step approach to using systems thinking to solve 
complex problems in both the socio-political and business environments.
- Drawn from the authors' wealth of experience in high-level decision-making.
- More than 100 case studies and real-life examples from all continents 
and from both the public and private sectors.

New Book: Tackling Complexity, A Systemic Approach for Decision Makers  - Probst and Bassi (2014).


This important new book analyses real-world strategy and policy challenges,

addressing the interconnectedness of the markets/systems we live in. It

provides a step-by-step approach using systems thinking to solve complex

problems in socio-political as well as business environments.


- Forewords by Klaus Schwab and Paul Polman.

- A step-by-step approach to using systems thinking to solve
complex problems in both the socio-political and business environments.

- Drawn from the authors' wealth of experience in high-level decision-making.

- More than 100 case studies and real-life examples from all continents
and from both the public and private sectors.

FREE Country Summary - USA: The Climate Moment: Anticipating New Energy Markets, Investment Risks and Opportunities & Jobs in the Low Carbon Economy (2015).
This brief country summary explains how and why 
a systems approach to green investments is valuable
in the context of the U.S. economy, in addition to 
sharing some of the results from our analysis of the 
economy-wide impacts of the U.S. achieving its 
climate goals. 

Prepared by Jeremy Tamanini 
(Dual Citizen) and Andrea M. Bassi (KnowlEdge Srl) 
the full study provides 70 key model results and 
50 original research insights for 11 countries.  
Access the study and the FREE Country Summary.

FREE Country Summary - USA: The Climate Moment: Anticipating New Energy Markets, Investment Risks and Opportunities & Jobs in the Low Carbon Economy (2015).


This brief country summary explains how and why
a systems approach to green investments is valuable
in the context of the U.S. economy, in addition to
sharing some of the results from our analysis of the
economy-wide impacts of the U.S. achieving its
climate goals.


Prepared by Jeremy Tamanini
(Dual Citizen) and Andrea M. Bassi (KnowlEdge Srl)
the full study provides 70 key model results and
50 original research insights for 11 countries. 

Access the study and the FREE Country Summary.