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    Akaraphum Pisanwanich works as an Analyst for adelphi’s Representative Office in Bangkok primarily in the field of sustainable consumption...

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    At the end of February, Labour Minister Hubertus Heil, Development Minister Gerd Müller and Economics Minister Peter Altmaier announced an agreement on a national supply chain...

    On March 3, the German federal cabinet passed the draft of a national due diligence law. adelphi played a significant role in the consultation and research on corporate due diligence in supply and value chains. The new law represents a critical first step, and now additional action must follow in order to establish effective corporate due diligence for the long term.

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    The project team of RUTSIS was invited by SWITCH-Asia to present their current activities and recent achievements during the Internal Thematic Consultative and Brainstorming Meeting on Textile and Garments which was held online on the 24th of February 2021.

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    The SEED Awards 2021 are looking for innovative small and growing businesses delivering environmental, social and economic impacts. Applications are now open.

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    A new training programme for Indian stakeholders on resource efficiency and circular economy in India has been launched.

  • publication

    Sustainable investments are future-oriented. They are an important part of holistic sustainability strategies. And they have proven themselves to be more resilient during...

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    Change triggers emotions, good and bad. These can motivate people to become active – to participate and help shape the changes, but also to protest and to defend what they know...

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    Transformations toward more sustainability can only succeed if all stakeholders are involved in the process. Projects with bad communication will face opposition even if they...

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    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.

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    A growing number of countries and municipalities want to enhance multi-level climate governance. Real-life examples and experiences can help them learn from pioneers in this...

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