Carius, Alexander; Daria Ivleva, Benjamin Pohl, Lukas Rüttinger, Stella Schaller, Dennis Tänzler and Janani Vivekananda 2018: A Foreign Policy Perspective On The Sustainable Development Goals. Berlin: adelphi.
Vivekananda, Janani and Camilla Born 2018: Lake Chad Region. Climate-related security risk assessment. Stockholm: Expert Working Group on climate-related security risks.
Keppner, Benno; Walter Kahlenborn, Stephan Richter, Tobias Jetzke, Antje Lessmann and Marc Bovenschulte 2018: Focus on the future: 3D printing . Trend report for assessing the environmental impacts. Dessau-Roßlau: Umweltbundesamt (UBA).
Magosch, Magdalena und Raffaele Piria 2018: Auf dem Weg zur "National Energy Guarantee". Berlin: adelphi.
Hovardas, Tasos and Katrina Marsden 2018: Good practice in large carnivore conservation and management. In: Tasos Hovardas (ed.): Large Carnivore Conservation and Management. Human Dimensions. Berlin: Routledge, forthcoming.
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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 supports the BMBF in finding innovative answers to this question.GROWnet: Innovative Solutions for Global Water Issues
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Supporting the energy dialogue with the USA
adelphi is supporting the BMWi in carrying out the energy policy dialogues with Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the USA in order to to strengthen the energy transition in Germany.Unterstützung des Energiedialogs Deutschlands mit Australien, Kanada, Neuseeland und den USA
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Eco-Bot: Development of virtual energy saving assistants
The eco-bot-project aims to develop a personalized virtual energy assistant (Chat bot) that informs end users and facility managers about the energy-saving potential of various devices and systems.Eco-Bot: Entwicklung virtueller Energiespar-Assistenten für die private und gewerbliche Nutzung
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
G7 Lake Chad Risk Assessment
The Lake Chad Basin is suffering the world’s largest humanitarian crisis with approximately 10.7 million people in need of immediate humanitarian assistance. The G7 Lake Chad Risk Assessment Project is a concerted effort to address critical knowledge gaps on climate and fragility risks.Risiko Assessment der Tschadsee-Region
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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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How vulnerable is Germany to climate change?
Heat waves and heavy rainfall – the consequences of climate change pose major challenges for Germany. The Vulnerability Assessment 2021 will be carried out under the leadership of adelphi.Climate Impact and Vulnerability Assessment 2021: How vulnerable is Germany to climate change?
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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 and dialogue 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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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