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Here's why we need a world climate parliament now

25/10/2022 Dennis Tänzler, Director and Head of Programme Climate Policy at adelphi

More than 120 applications in the fourth call of the European City Facility

10/10/2022 The European City Facility (EUCF) supports municipalities and local authorities in creating investment concepts to achieve their climate and energy goals. The fourth EUCF call for applications closed on 30 September 2022 with a total of 129 applications from all over Europe.

The complex nature of security - a brand new Mali report from Weathering Risk

06/10/2022 "Climate, Peace and Security Assessment: Mali" is the first full-length national case study using the Weathering Risk methodology, combining state-of-the-art climate impacts data with on-the-ground conflict analysis.

Climate, Conflict, Clash of Crises: The Berlin Climate and Security Conference 2022

29/09/2022 The Berlin Climate and Security Conference (BCSC) is a global forum that brings together leading figures from governments, organisations and research who are working on the impacts of climate change on international peace and security. In October, the conference is back for its fourth edition.

Project 1.5°-Lifestyles: First citizens' workshop in Berlin

21/09/2022 With this project, the EU wants to make 1.5 degree lifestyles mainstream. In other words, lifestyles that allow us to limit global warming to no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius. adelphi is now inviting people to the first Citizen Thinking Lab to find out more about citizens' attitudes to the topic.

adelphi implements new process for nature-near water treatment in India

19/09/2022 adelphi's water engineers have developed a new, near-natural water treatment process. A drinking water plant is now testing this process in India, and offers India and Germany a blueprint.

Climate adaptation does not have to be an either/or situation

05/09/2022 A new article in the Süddeutsche Zeitung poses “12 big questions about climate change” to selected experts. Christian Kind, adaptation expert at adelphi, responded to the question, “What are the most urgent adaptation measures for a country like Germany?”

Germany and Canada establish a hydrogen alliance

23/08/2022 In the presence of both heads of government, Robert Habeck, the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, will sign an agreement today with Canadian Minister of Natural Resources Jonathan Wilkinson to establish the German-Canadian Hydrogen Alliance.

Climate and resource-friendly concerts by Die Ärzte and Die Toten Hosen

20/08/2022 The German rock bands “Die Ärzte” and “Die Toten Hosen” perform for four concerts at Tempelhofer Feld in Berlin. The former airport will become a test site for circular solutions for major events like these. adelphi also makes an appearance at the “Tempelhof Lab”.

The moment, the innovation and the Innovation Factory 2022

03/08/2022 Knowledge transfer, competence-building and co-creation: In collaboration with adelphi and other partners around the world, GIZ’s “Innovation Factory” promotes and develops innovative digital solutions that make a major contribution to sustainable development.

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