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    The final conference on the Climate Impact and Risk Assessment 2021 for Germany will take place on 14 June 2021. What are the effects of climate change? How will risks develop by the end of the century? Where can effective climate change adaptation take place? Find out more at the conference.

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    In the EU, the European Commission’s Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 aims to put biodiversity on a path to recovery by 2030 [2]. This objective will be reached amongst other...

    The 5th June, World Environment Day, is the official launch of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration. This stronger focus on “bringing back what we have lost” reflects expectations from civil society [1] and could indicate the start of a much-needed increase in political ambition to solve the climate and biodiversity crisis.

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    On 31 May 2021, the European City Facility (EUCF) celebrated the successful closing of its second call with more than 220 applications from municipalities and local authorities across Europe.

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    The Weathering Risk methodology combines state-of-the art qualitative and quantitative analysis to create detailed scenario plans and identify entry points for addressing instability caused by the climate crisis.

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    In the framework of the European Just Transition, energy poverty has become an increasingly important topic across the EU. Rising energy prices coupled with...

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    The handbook “Getting to School Sustainably” was developed within the city partnership for climate protection between Pirna and Písek. It offers ideas for societal changes...

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    The “Vision Workshop Toolbox” offers municipalities a creative approach to developing or updating their long-term climate strategy or municipal vision. This brochure contains a...

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    In a world where nations are racing to net zero, no region is arguably more important to this endeavor than Asia. From an emissions perspective, Asia is huge, accounting for...

    Global net zero emissions by mid-century – the ambitious but necessary target required to limit global temperature increases to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. It forms the backbone of the 2015 Paris Agreement and now also many countries’ climate trajectories, policies and, increasingly, laws. 

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    This Geman-language brochure guides companies on their way to getting EMAS certified. In eight steps, from preparation to public registration, it supports users in their...

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    Judith Kähler is HR Specialist and is responsible for internal organisation and human resources development. She develops formats and...

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