Seeking dedicated European municipalities for climate action

20/06/2018 As part of the "Bridging Local and European Climate Action" (BEACON) project, adelphi is looking for municipalities that would like to scale-up their climate action ambitions and share their experiences with European partners.

Online Training July 2018: Climate Resilience of the Private Sector

12/06/2018 Small- und medium-sized enterprises need to adapt to climate change in order to ensure that their businesses and the surrounding communities continue to thrive. A new online training helps consultants and multipliers develop adaptation strategies together with the private sector.

Debate in Rio: How climate events impact global security

01/06/2018 Last week, the Brazilian Institute for Climate and Society hosted an event on international climate and security in Rio de Janeiro. The meeting reflects Latin America’s increased interest in the international dimension of climate fragility risks. 

Efficiency convinces with new devices: A labeling guide supports sales consulting

31/05/2018 Energy efficiency is an important decision factor for consumers when purchasing new appliances. The energy label offers a practical purchasing tool - and the label guide from the National Top Runner Initiative helps to find the right device step by step.

adelphi at Innovate4Climate: Smart finance advances the low-emission future

21/05/2018 From 22 to 24 May, Innovate4Climate, the world’s leading exhibition for carbon markets and climate finance, is taking place in Frankfurt. Meet adelphi’s experts at the German Pavilion and at a variety of panel discussions!

EU awards excellence in nature protection across Europe

18/05/2018 EU Commissioner for the Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Karmenu Vella announced the winners of the 2018 edition of the Natura 2000 Awards. The six winners include projects from Bulgaria, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Portugal and Spain.

How to facilitate sound chemicals management in Pakistan's textile and garment industry

14/05/2018 The sustainable management of increasingly scarce water resources is a substantial challenge that requires the concerted effort of all stakeholders. This is particularly true for Pakistan’s economically important textile and garment industry, which uses large quantities of water and chemicals.

"We need to overcome the idea that there is nothing that can be done" (Tim Jackson)

07/05/2018 How can sustainability be considered in economic models? Tim Jackson, scientist and author of the bestseller "Prosperity without Growth", proposes some answers – this evening during his keynote and first here in an interview.

15 May - "Our Climate! Our Future!" Youth dialogue at the 23rd World Climate Conference

23/04/2018 Climate experts will meet with the participants of the youth dialogue "Our Climate! Our Future!" in Berlin and discuss what possibilities they see for implementing a climate-neutral world. Registration is possible until 8 May 2018.

New call for articles for a special issue on "The future of Ecolabels" (by 30 June)

18/04/2018 Ecolabels are seen as an integral part of the European framework on Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP). The special issue of the International Journal Of Life Cycle Assesment seeks to display the key challenges that ecolabels face.