Energy Transition

In the area of renewable energies, Germany is perceived as a pioneer, and the same is also true when it comes to the phase-out of coal and nuclear power. If an economic power house such as Germany succeeds in running its industries exclusively on renewable energies, this may become a paradigm for other countries to follow. Consequently, it is not only paramount that Germany’s energy transition proves a success, these experiences and approaches also have to be exported to other countries.

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Video recording of the "Introduction to Hydrogen #1 - Production and application climate-friendly hydrogen" on October 13, 2021.

Video recording of the "Introduction to Hydrogen #2 - Political framework for climate-friendly hydrogen" on October 14, 2021.

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Online discussion Monday, 13. December 2021

Digital food transition in Europe

A discussion on how digitalisation can be sustainably shaped in the agriculture and food fields, the opportunities and challenges arising from new technologies and innovation, as well as which policy requirements are emerging in the European context.
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Decarbonization Discourse in Russia

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Since decarbonization goals and policies gained pace internationally in the course of 2021, the Russian leadership no longer denies the discourse on global climate change and a necessary transformation. Nevertheless, mainly the traditional energy sources remain in the focus. A broad debate within the country can hardly unfold. Civil society remains under tough pressure.

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Mobility Atlas 2019

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The Mobility Atlas includes 19 articles about the most important activities and solutions for a safe, dependable and sustainable mobility - order now or download!

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