14/09/2020 All over Europe for a quarter century, the Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) has helped companies to become more sustainable, environmentally friendly, and transparent. With the European Green Deal and the economic recovery from Covid-19, it is even more important to discuss perspectives.
09/09/2020 Climate destabilisation increases risks to peace and security. To address these risks, scientists, civil society and policy-makers are teaming up at the Berlin Climate and Security Conference 2020 to find solutions.
31/08/2020 A pop-up showroom at Dorothea-Schlegel-Platz in Berlin-Mitte will present a selection of products with the EU Ecolabel from September 28 to October 4 – at the same time, there will be a supporting programme with workshops, activities for kids, and more.
18/08/2020 Water is a key climate change issue—arguably the key issue for the two thirds of the globe already facing occasional water shortages. Three late August events cap off a busy year for adelphi’s water team.
10/08/2020 The COVID-19 pandemic presents health and economic challenges, but it also offers opportunities to jumpstart economies through green recovery plans. The SEED programme is working towards this goal: by supporting eco-inclusive enterprises & cultivating collaboration amongst political stakeholders.
15/07/2020 Rainer Agster and Dr Constanze Haug will join the adelphi management board in Munich and Berlin. In addition to their management skills, they will contribute outstanding expertise and leadership in green finance and entrepreneurship as well as emissions trading and international climate policy.
03/07/2020 What does a functioning energy transition in Germany look like? How effective are existing political measures? How can society help achieve the necessary transformation? These questions are central to successful climate protection. The Ariadne project is now looking for answers.
03/07/2020 To decarbonize Europe a reshaping of EU external relations is key. The report shows possible pathways for cooperation, and presents five areas of action to address the foreign policy challenges of decarbonisation: trade, finance, education, security – in addition to climate and energy policy.
25/06/2020 This year the high-level event, which featured statements from over 14 foreign ministers, heads of state, and UN chiefs, explored the steps necessary to ensure we build a climate- and conflict-sensitive post-COVID world.