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New Publications

Honnen, Jens; Jakob Eckardt and Raffaele Piria 2022: Hydrogen Factsheet – Canada. Berlin: adelphi.
Doda, Baran; Maia Hall, Emma Krause, Ernst Kuneman, Lina Li, Anatole Boute and Jana Elbrecht 2022: Carbon Pricing Potential in East and South Asia. Jurisdiction factsheets and clusters. Dessau-Roßlau: Umweltbundesamt (UBA).
Blumstein, Sabine; Karolina Heck and Jessica Troell 2022: Thematic Background Papers on Water Tenure for Food Security, Climate Resilience and Equity . Berlin: adelphi.
Binder, Lisa; Barbora Šedová, Lukas Rüttinger, Julia Tomalka and Stephanie Gleixner 2022: Climate Risk Profile: Iraq. Berlin: adelphi/PIK.
Tänzler, Dennis; Nikolas Scherer and Adrien Detges 2022: Guidelines for conflict-sensitive adaptation to climate change. Final Report. Dessau-Roßlau: Umweltbundesamt (UBA).

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20 years of adelphi: Think out loud!

adelphi celebrates its 20th anniversary with though-provoking contributions on global environmental change. We are going to think out loud, set priorities and trigger debates. Discover our op-eds!

Prevention of Marine Litter in the Lakshadweep Sea (PROMISE)

Within the PROMISE project, adelphi and its partners are developing waste-reducing measures for the tourism sector in Sri Lanka, India and the Maldives to help reduce their marine litter.
Prevention of Marine Litter in the Lakshadweep Sea (PROMISE)
Spilled garbage on the beach of the big city. Empty used dirty plastic bottles. Dirty sea sandy shore the Black Sea. Environmental pollution. Ecological problem. Moving waves in the background

International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP)

ICAP is a multilateral forum for over 30 governments to exchange knowledge and experiences on emissions trading systems. Since 2008, adelphi has been lending substantial support to ICAP.
Scientific and technical support for the ICAP Secretariat
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The Open Society – an Interview with Alexander Carius

Issues like the climate crisis and the fear of social change are having major effects on our society. There is a growing sentiment of distrust for political institutions. Alexander Carius talks with the German magazine polis.
Die Offene Gesellschaft – Alexander Carius im Interview mit dem Magazin polis
 Initiative Offene Gesellschaft