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    Chandkachorn John Chandratat is a Communications Manager at adelphi. He is responsible for the design and production of SWITCH-Asia and SEED’s communications...

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    Recommendations for the preparation of heat-health action plans in Germany: awareness and reception in federal states, districts and municipalities

    Extremely...

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    Climate change, heat and health: Status of heat prevention in Germany and need for support of federal states and municipalities

    While the federal government...

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    Climate change is a risk multiplier and is affecting economies, the environment and societies in South-Eastern Europe in complex ways, according to a new report published by...

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    At the end of March, the German Federal Foreign Office and adelphi picked up on the new momentum in transatlantic climate policy: 90 representatives from business, research and...

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    Pricing carbon ensures that the costs associated with greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are embedded in production and consumption choices. In Europe, a broad price on carbon has...

    In December 2019, the European Commission launched its masterplan for a sustainable future: the European Green Deal (EUGD). This set of policy initiatives touches upon virtually every part of the bloc’s economy and is Europe’s overarching strategy for long-term prosperity, green growth, and recovery in a post-pandemic world. Its most prominent objective is to make Europe the first climate-neutral continent by 2050. Achieving this goal will require all parts of the Green Deal to come together. But one policy approach will be relevant across the board: putting a robust and just price on carbon emissions.

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    This policy paper explores some of the emerging approaches to analysing and responding to climate-related security risks in development programming. It is based on discussions...

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    Over the past year, emissions trading systems (ETSs) have seen it all: expansions to new places, steep price declines, rapid price increases, reforms, and new beginnings – all...

    The Covid-19 pandemic has left its mark on the year 2020. Its effects on global CO2 emissions have been widely discussed. But how have emissions trading systems fared, both existing and in development? The yearly status report by the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP) takes a detailed look.

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    Almost 25 percent of the world’s population depend on the mountain cryosphere – glaciers, snow, and permafrost – as their main source of water. But this source is shrinking at...

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    ICAP’s Emissions Trading Worldwide Status Report 2021 shows significant growth in the coverage of emissions trading systems (ETSs) with the launch of the China National ETS and...

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