07/04/2020 A new UN scheme requires airlines to compensate part of their CO2 emissions from 2021 onwards. A recent decision clarified which carbon credits can be used in the first three years. Our analysis shows that, under these rules, the scheme is unlikely to reduce emissions.
25/03/2020 The new European City Facility invites municipalities and local authorities to participate in its webinar on 7 April 2020 to obtain more information on how the facility can support their sustainable energy investment projects.
22/03/2020 The climate crisis includes a water crisis – threatening global food and energy security. Scientists and practitioners involved in “Water as a Global Resource” are calling on politicians to take action: make sustainable water management a bigger focus of climate adaptation efforts.
10/03/2020 Current practices and consumption behaviour in the textile and apparel sector are causing environmental and social issues. To address action gaps regarding sustainable consumption and production in Southeast and Central Asia, adelphi has published an extensive report.
19/02/2020 Those who recognize trends early on can understand and choose to act instead of react. adelphi and its partners are developing and improving processes for looking into the future. This includes the big picture as well as the in-depth analysis of individual trends.
19/02/2020 The European Green Deal has put climate change in focus of EU action. However, it is not yet clear how the EU can engage in climate security and environmental peacemaking. In the run-up to the German EU Council Presidency, adelphi and its partners are organising a roundtable series on the topic.
14/01/2020 On-bill schemes are a powerful tool for financing energy efficiency in residential buildings. A new report by the RenOnBill project gives an introduction and sets the background for its future work.