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Ide, Tobias and Adrien Detges 2018: International Water Cooperation and Environmental Peacemaking. In: Global Environmental Politics, 18:4, pp. 63-84.
Robert Brandt, Magdalena Magosch und Raffaele Piria (adelphi) 2018: PJM as the largest US system operator – Introduction and current debates (in German only). Berlin: adelphi.
Restle, Jonas; Morton Hemkhaus, Mikael Henzler, Maximilian Intrau, Sophia Hibler and Jai Kumar Gaurav 2018: Fostering Resource Efficiency in the Indian Building and Construction Sector. New Delhi: EU-REI/GIZ.
Hemkhaus, Morton; Mikael Henzler, Sophia Hibler, Gautam Mehra, Jai Kumar Gaurav and Frederik Eisinger 2018: Enhancing Resource Efficiency trough Extended Producer Responsibility. New Delhi: EU-REI/GIZ.
Schneller, Andreas; Walter Kahlenborn und Reimund Schmidt-De Caluwe 2018: Klimaschutz - Eine Frage des Geldbeutels?. Berlin: adelphi.

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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 is support the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research in finding innovative answers to this question.
GROWnet: Innovative Solutions for Global Water Issues
Tribal farming rice in rice terraces on mountain of twilight

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

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.
SEED – Supporting the Green Economy and Sustainable Businesses in Developing and Emerging Countries

G7 Lake Chad Risk Assessment

The Lake Chad Basin is suffering the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. 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
Lake Chad – Tackling Climate-Fragility Risks