Climate Security goes Transatlantic!

17/11/2010 A new series of papers from the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) advances understanding of the linkages between climate change and national security, and sets out options for transatlantic policy responses.

Training in building-efficiency

15/11/2010 From 29 November to 10 December, adelphi and the Technical University Wildau are organising a two weeks training in the field of “energy efficiency in the building industry” in Berlin.

Climate change is a global threat for stability and security

12/11/2010 The impacts of climate change threaten development, human security and political stability in many regions of the world. Against this background, the Federal Environment Agency tasked adelphi with the analysis of the interlinkages between climate change, adaptation and crisis prevention.

adelphi supports InWEnt with lead-up event to International Business Forum series 2010–2012

05/11/2010 InWEnt starts this year’s International Business Forum series with the symposium "Investment Climate for Climate Investment - fostering business dynamics and inclusive low carbon growth" from 1-2 December 2010 in New Delhi, India.

German-British roundtable on climate change and security

02/11/2010 On invitation from the British Embassy and adelphi, representatives from the German and British government as well as think tanks from both countries met at the British Embassy in Berlin to discuss the effects of climate change on international security.

NATO prepares for climate change

27/10/2010 The impacts of climate change are causing new risks in the field of international security, therefore NATO has to adjust its strategies

Regional study tour on energy efficiency to India

22/10/2010 On behalf of InWEnt, adelphi is planning a regional study tour to India – for professionals and experts from the Nepalese energy sector – from 28 October to 4 November 2010.

Indo-German workshop: Towards a low carbon economy and beyond

18/10/2010 The transition to a low carbon and environmentally friendly economy sets significant challenges for societies worldwide, and is a central component of sustainable development.

Kick off training for water conflicts analysis in Uganda

11/10/2010 Although inter-country disagreements over water have seldom led to violence, increasing water scarcity has the potential to drive local conflicts.

New prize awarded for climate protection

05/10/2010 Through a widespread communication and information strategy, the German Federal Environment Ministry and the Federal Environment Agency are seeking to enhance the perception and acceptance of the eco-label the Blue Angel for producers, retailers and consumers.