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- International Energy Agency
- Institute of International and European Affairs
- Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
- Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology
- Institute of Economic Affairs
- International Epidemiological Association
- International Ergonomics Association
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The IEA is an intergovernmental organisation whose founding members include the USA, UK, Canada and Japan.
Canada currently participates in IEA as a country, however, education is primarily a provincial matter and several provinces were early members of IEA.
The IEA is a Paris-based energy watchdog that represents the governments of the U.S. and other energy-consuming countries.
This is a move by the IEA, which is a 28-member organization, in a coordinated way to address a sustained, significant disruption in our oil supply, caused by the events in Libya, said Carney.
The IEA is another agency that works as an energy policy advisor to its 28 member countries in their efforts to ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy for their citizens, according to the IEA website.
Probably the most important part of the most recent work at the IEA is the scenarios on bringing greenhouse emissions to 450 and 550ppm involving renewables, energy efficiency, more nuclear, more natural gas instead of oil or coal and carbon capture and sequestration -- a mixed basket of technologies on the demand and supply side.
The IEA is a Paris-based energy adviser to large energy consuming nations like the U.S. and Japan.
The IEA is the energy watchdog to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development of mostly wealthy nations and includes the U.S. and European countries among its 30 members.