21/05/2019 Arch week is taking place from 21-26 May in the context of the CCII Triennale di Milano, ‘Broken Nature: Design takes on Human Survival’. ‘Sense the City’ is contributing to the discussions about architecture and urban development with the workshop “Future Factory”.
13/05/2019 New adelphi report on the Lake Chad region shows for the first time how one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises can be overcome. It has been launched at the Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development on 15 May 2019.
03/05/2019 The German Federal Foreign Office, in partnership with adelphi and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), is hosting the Berlin Climate and Security Conference on 4 June 2019.
30/04/2019 The determined implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development can prevent conflict and safeguard global stability – and, as a new study from adelphi shows, foreign policy has a critical role to play. The study will be presented at the German Federal Foreign Office in Berlin today.
28/04/2019 What significance do small enterprises have for climate adaptation? At the SEED South Africa Symposium SEED, together with local partner TIPS and many participants, developed factors for success, specified practical approaches, and conveyed required competencies.
24/04/2019 The European Commission is once again holding the European EMAS Awards, this time with the theme ‘EMAS as driver of change’. The awards aim to find the best strategies and initiatives to achieve international sustainability goals. The application deadline is 29 May 2019.
09/04/2019 European municipalities are key actors in implementing ambitious climate actions. They can drive profound decarbonisation processes and create opportunities for enhancing citizens’ quality of life, prosperity and equality.
08/04/2019 The challenges facing the international community are increasing, while the willingness to cooperate often appears to be waning. By supporting the 2030 Agenda, German foreign policy can pave the way for transformative change and help prevent future crises.
04/04/2019 On April 4, the awards for the first climate protection competition for hotels and tourist accommodations in the Alps took place. German Federal Minister for the Environment Svenja Schulze and Austrian Federal Minister for Sustainability and Tourism Elisabeth Köstinger announced the winners.