13/01/2021 On-bill schemes are innovative financing tools for energy renovation measures that are already widely used in North America. A new report describes what on-bill schemes for the European market could look like.
18/12/2020 The third Korean-German Energy Day took place from December 7–9, 2020. More than 160 participants attended the virtual conference organized by adelphi and KGCCI. It is part of the Energy Partnership between the Korean MOTIE and the German BMWi, whose implementation is supported by adelphi.
15/12/2020 Twelve digital innovation start-ups from Indonesia, Mexico, Senegal, Ghana and Ethiopia are selected to win tailored support packages worth up to € 15,000 under the GIZ Innovation Factory’s Digital Innovation Accelerator Programme.
10/12/2020 Small and medium-sized companies are central to the German economy and, as a result, Germany's social and ecological responsibility in the world. They have less power over suppliers than large corporations, however. A new tool can help them work towards sustainable supply chains.
09/12/2020 At a conference for the EU-funded project RUTSIS in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, representatives from the EU Delegation, the Tajik and Uzbek government as well as project partners met. RUTSIS aims to revive and upgrade sustainable silk and Ikat value chains in Central Asia.
17/11/2020 Traditional manufacturing of silk products with natural dyes is close to vanishing in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. An EU-SWITCH Project aiming to revive the silk industry in both countries and establish sustainable textile production principles has now officially launched with an online event.
16/11/2020 adelphi and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) are delighted to announce the Strategic Advisory Board for the upcoming flagship climate-security assessment – Weathering Risk: A Climate and Security Risk and Foresight Assessment.
08/11/2020 adelphi and the Alfred Herrhausen Society invite you to the presentation of our study “Sense the City”, taking place on 18 November. The authors of the study, Franziska Schreiber and Alexander Carius, will discuss urban futures with renowned guests.