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Zürker, Mirko; Carolin Ehrensperger, Benita Rose, Sandra Seyfried and Rainer Agster 2017: From imposing solutions to building resilient organisations. Berlin: adelphi research gGmbh.
Piria, Raffaele; Mélanie Persem; Kerstin Bacher; William Acworth und Andreas Jahn 2017: Überblick über die australische Energiepolitik. Berlin: adelphi.
Droughts, state-citizen relations and support for political violence in Sub-Saharan Africa: A micro-level analysis
Detges, Adrien 2017: Droughts, state-citizen relations and support for political violence in Sub-Saharan Africa: A micro-level analysis. In: Political Geography, 61, 88-98.
Beuermann, Christiane; Julia Bingler, Marissa Santikarn, Dennis Tänzler und Johannes Thema 2017: Considering the Effects of Linking Emissions Trading Schemes. A manual on Bilateral Linking of ETS. Berlin: adelphi.
Blumstein, Sabine 2017: Integrating Water and Climate Diplomacy in the Orange-Senqu River. Berlin: adelphi.
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Can "Greening" improve biodiversity in agro landscapes?
Intensive agriculture and the conversion of semi-natural areas to cropland have led to a loss of Green-Blue Infrastructure in Europe. adelphi investigates how conditions for biodiversity can be best supported in agricultural landscapes.BIOGEA - Testing BIOdiversity Gain of European Agriculture with CAP greening
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South Asia: Increasing industrial resource efficiency
Dialogue with decision-makers and clients are crucial to allow small and medium entreprises to turn their production green. In this SWITCH-Asia funded project, adelphi is facilitating dialogues and develops practical trainings.METABUILD - Steigerung der Ressourceneffizienz in metallverarbeitenden Betrieben in Südasien
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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 ranking as a new international norm.Entwicklung eines ISO-Standards für Vulnerabilitätsanalysen
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Supporting the Green Economy and Sustainable Businesses
adelphi is hosting SEED, a global partnership for supporting sustainable development and the green economy in developing countries and emerging economies.
Energiewende goes international
adelphi is supporting the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) with the organisation of energy dialogues with Japan and the USA, as well as bilateral energy relations with Australia, Canada, Korea and New Zealand.Energiewende international: Deutschlands Energiedialoge nehmen Fahrt auf
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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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C40 Cities Finance Facility: Making cities more sustainable
Population growth and climate change - pressures grow on cities from different angles. A climate resilient urbanisation needs effective financing. Suitable new opportunities are at the center of adelphi's support to the C40 CFF.Städte nachhaltiger gestalten: Unterstützung der C40 Cities Finance Facility
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New study: Climate change will see terrorism thrive
Taking the state of play on the links between climate change and fragility as a starting point, our new report "Insurgency, Terrorism and Organised Crime in a Warming Climate" addresses the question of how the impacts of climate change are a contributing factor in the rise and growth of non-state armed groups.Insurgency, Terrorism and Organised Crime in a Warming Climate
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Eco-inclusive entreprises are cucial for sustainable development
Arab Hoballah about his vision for SEED
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
Climate Change and Mining - new ways for Latin America
Interview with Lukas Rüttinger in Lima
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Climate, Development, Growth: Opportunities for Foreign Policy
Climate Diplomacy Expert Workshop in Berlin
Changing Power, Changing Tides: Conflicts over Water in the Nile Basin
ECC Factbook Conflict Analysis
Building Bridges for Impact: Green and Inclusive Growth through Entrepreneurship
SEED Africa Symposium 2015