Realising solar visions

02/06/2010 Power from solar plants in the Middle East and Northern Africa is attracting wide attention among decision- makers among international development organisations, financing institutions, and corporations and private sector companies.

Industry energy management systems launched in India

14/05/2010 The two day pilot training that took place in New Delhi was attended by some 20 business representatives from all economic sectors of India.

More security and stability with DESERTEC?

07/05/2010 On May 6 2010 an expert workshop took place in Berlin, organized by Germanwatch, the European Climate Foundation and adelphi.

Biodiversity protection in the Caucasus receives more regional cooperation

03/05/2010 The second Pan-Caucasus conference on landscape planning and biodiversity protection took place at the end of April in Ankara.

Successful planning workshop to formalise eWaste channels in India

13/04/2010 A first planning workshop for the eWaste Channel-project took place in Delhi on April 8th and 9th, 2010. This joint project developed by GTZ, Toxics Link, MAIT and Adelphi aims to increase eWaste recycling efficiency in India.

New study on energy systems in OPEC countries of the Middle East and North Africa

10/04/2010 Achieving a reliable energy supply is becoming critical for several countries in the Middle East and North Africa, especially in light of their soaring energy use.

Skilful management of climate impacts for businesses

07/04/2010 Climate change is already a major challenge for businesses. Even so climate impact management does not play an important role either in research, or in practice.

A New Study on Transboundary Resource Management and Conflict Prevention

29/03/2010 Annabelle Houdret and Meike Westerkamp researched the potentials for conflict and cooperation over natural resources, using Lake Albert – the border between Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo – as an example for the EU project “Initiative for Peacebuilding” (IfP).

Invest properly and protect the climate

23/03/2010 Climate protection and financial investments are closely interrelated. The two new studies “Carbon Footprint of Financial Investments” and “Financial Investments for Climate Protection” by adelphi on behalf of the German Environment Ministry explore this relationship.

A Study of Thailand’s Carbon Footprint in the Tourism Sector

16/03/2010 End of February, Adelphi presented its results from the project “Carbon Footprint Sea of Trat” in Thailand and discussed their implications with local stakeholders from Bangkog, Trat City, Koh Kood, Koh Mak and Koh Chang.