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Piria, Raffaele; Magdalena Magosch und Andreas Jahn 2018: Die Debatte zur Grid Resiliency Pricing Rule. Strommarktpolitik unter Präsident Trump. Berlin: adelphi.
Dellas, Eleni; Alexander Carius, Marianne Beisheim, Susan Parnell and Dirk Messner 2018: Realising synergies in follow-up and review. Berlin/Brussels: adelphi/Cities Alliance.
Barthel, Claus; Lena Tholen, Anton Barckhausen, Johannes Fehr, Thomas Bogner 2017: The National Top Runner Initiative (NTRI) in Germany. Berlin: Wuppertal Institut.
Henzler, Mikael; Fredrik Eisinger, Jai Gaurav, Morton Hemkhaus, Satish Sinha, Priti Mahesh and Gautam Mehra 2017: Building the Link: Leveraging Formal-Informal Partnerships in the Indian E-Waste Sector. Eschborn: GIZ.
Kahlenborn, Walter; Annica Cochu, Ivo Georgiev, Frederik Eisinger, Dominic Hogg 2017: Defining "green" in the context of green finance. Final Report. Brüssel: Publications Office of the European Union.
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Connected neighbors - new forms of community building
Digital neighbourhood platforms are on the rise in Germany. But little research has covered their effects for society yet. adelphi is thus providing insights on their impact for community building and democracy.Vernetzte Nachbarn - Erforschung der sozialen Wirkung digitaler Medien
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Good practice on mitigation and adaption activities
The Paris Agreement aims at reducing global warming to under 2°C. But what are the best ways to implement its stipulatons? To support member countries, adelphi collects and distributes good practice examples among stakeholders.Enhancing a good practice database on mitigation and adaption activities
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Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) in Asia
Driving foward strategies for sustainable consumption and production in Asia: adelphi promotes capacity building, dialogue and the exchange of best practice via the SWITCH-Asia SCP Facility.The SWITCH-Asia SCP Facility - Advancing the Delivery of Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) in Asia
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Hosting the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP)
ICAP is a multilateral forum for over 30 governments to exchange knowledge and experiences on emissions trading systems. Since 2008, adelphi has been lending substantial support to ICAP.Scientific and technical support for the ICAP Secretariat
What does "green" mean in the context of green finance?
In order to bring about environmental change, green finance needs to be scaled up. But what exactly means "green" in this context? To answer this question, adelphi has developed some definitions and political recommendations for the European Commission.Defining "green" in the context of green finance
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Which country do we want to be?
The refugee problem and the terrorist threat both raise the same question: do we want to live in an open or an exclusive society? Join the debate: in open discussion forums in all major cities in Germany.
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GROWnet: Innovative Solutions for Global Water Issues
How can water pollution, over-exploitation of water and associated conflicts be avoided? adelphi conducts several research projekts in order to develop innovative answers to this question.GROWnet: Innovative Solutions for Global Water Issues
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A new norm for vulnerability analyses worldwide
When it comes to determining their vulnerability to climate change, many countries, regions and cities are only starting out. adelphi thus supports the development of a standardized approach.Entwicklung eines ISO-Standards für Vulnerabilitätsanalysen
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Local Climate Change Action Planning in the Philippines
How the Philippines can tackle climate change.
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The Hague Declaration on Planetary Security
Planetary Security Conference 2017
Why we urgently need a global resilience agenda
Lukas Rüttinger at Planetary Security Conference
"New climate economy changes landscape of climate diplomacy"
Interview with Fergus Green, LSE