14/06/2021 Woven ikat textiles made of silk are a cultural heritage in Central Asia, but market forces have put the craft at risk. A three-day fair dedicated to reviving ikat fabrics in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan took place in Dushanbe in early June. adelphi co-organised the event.
09/06/2021 The final conference on the Climate Impact and Risk Assessment 2021 for Germany will take place on 14 June 2021. What are the effects of climate change? How will risks develop by the end of the century? Where can effective climate change adaptation take place? Find out more at the conference.
03/06/2021 The Weathering Risk methodology combines state-of-the art qualitative and quantitative analysis to create detailed scenario plans and identify entry points for addressing instability caused by the climate crisis.
31/05/2021 On 31 May 2021, the European City Facility (EUCF) celebrated the successful closing of its second call with more than 220 applications from municipalities and local authorities across Europe.
31/05/2021 Fighting climate change with changing lifestyles – researchers and practitioners from seven European countries will explore possibilities of transforming lifestyles to support climate goals.
06/05/2021 In March 2021, adelphi was awarded by the UN Development Programme and the Ocean Innovation Challenge to design an Extended Producer Responsibility scheme for plastic and packaging waste in the Maldives. The inception workshop showed high-level commitment by the Government stakeholders.
07/04/2021 With its “Renovation Wave” the European Commission made energy efficiency renovations of residential buildings a priority of the European Green New Deal. This means that financing models promoting this development are increasingly in demand. RenOnBill fills this gap.
29/03/2021 After a successful first call with more than 250 applications from municipalities, local authorities and their groupings across Europe at the end of last year, the European City Facility opens its second call for applications from 29 March to 31 May 2021 with increased resources.
19/03/2021 The focus of World Water Day on March 22 is the value of water. How can this value be defined and made more visible in order to better protect global water resources? Twelve research projects supported by the GRoW programme show how water can be used more sustainably.