18/05/2022 The G7 agreed on a declaration recognising the impacts of the climate and biodiversity crises as a threat to international peace and stability. This common position paves the way for enhanced multilateral action on climate security, a result adelphi is proud to have worked towards for many years.
16/05/2022 With the “New European Bauhaus” initiative, the EU wants to (re)design beautiful, sustainable and integrative places throughout Europe. Iva Radić-Capuani, an analyst in the field of urban transformation and municipal climate protection, explains adelphi’s role in selecting local projects.
12/05/2022 How will climate change affect peace and security in the near future? A new study by the Weathering Risk Initiative analyses seven central questions for the coming decade using the "superforecasting" method. Its findings are not only of interest to the G7.
26/04/2022 adelphi and the IKEA Foundation, in collaboration with SEED, are working together to unlock the potential of circular economy entrepreneurship to design sustainable businesses and partnerships that foster inclusive and regenerative economies in India and Kenya.
22/03/2022 The scarcity of global water resources is the focus of this year's United Nations World Water Day. The effects of an accelerated energy transition, which partly result from the Russian War on Ukraine, are exacerbating the challenge. Researchers show how it can be met.
15/03/2022 Most consumers are still unaware of how their consumption relates to the global decline in biodiversity. A new online communication toolkit, which adelphi helped develop, will change the global conversation about biodiversity.
02/03/2022 How can future hydrogen-importing countries secure their hydrogen import needs? A new analysis looks at Germany’s future need for hydrogen imports, hydrogen import-related risks as well as strategies to secure hydrogen imports.
28/02/2022 A team led by adelphi carried out empirical research on the public approval of carbon pricing and different applications for the revenue. The results are surprising, especially when it comes to so-called climate money.