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Workshop

DÁVGI CO-CREATE Reflection workshop: building a network for sustainable research relationships

The research project DÁVGI: Co-creation for biocultural diversity in the Arctic will hold the second instance of a workshop series aimed to further establish and strengthen a network consisting of Indigenous and non-Indigenous partners. ÁVGI aims to provide a basis for the exchange of knowledge and expertise to improve collaboration between Indigenous rights holders, environmental and other non-governmental organizations, local stakeholders, researchers, and policymakers.

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Online Abschlussveranstaltung

Abschlussveranstaltung des SHAPE-Projekts – Sustainable Development Pathways

Am 16. Februar 2023 findet die Abschlussveranstaltung des Forschungsprojekts SHAPE statt. SHAPE steht für “Sustainable development pathways achieving Human well-being while safeguarding the climate And Planet Earth” – dt. “Wege zu einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung, die das menschliche Wohlergehen mit dem Schutz des Klimas und des Planeten Erde verbindet”.

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Studienvorstellung

Grüner Wasserstoff und internationale Kooperation

Hauptautor Rainer Quitzow (RIFS Potsdam) stellt die Studie "Building partnerships for an international hydrogen economy. Entry-points for European policy action" öffentlich vor. Anschließend gibt es einen digitalen Roundtable mit Christiane Averbeck (Klima-Allianz Deutschland), Markus Exenberger (H2Global Stiftung), Maira Kusch (Weltenergierat - Deutschland) und Andreas Rimkus (SPD-Bundestagsfraktion).

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Tuesday Talk

The spectre of carbon leakage

Tuesday Talk “The spectre of carbon leakage” by Nino Jordan, appointed Klaus Töpfer Sustainability Fellow, shows that the spectre of carbon leakage - the relocation of emissions-intensive operations to escape regulation, displacing rather than reducing emissions - is a key barrier to high climate policy ambition levels. Carbon clubs and border carbon adjustments are the main instruments proposed to counter carbon leakage but they can only be implemented at a high level, there is high uncertainty about their prospects and they may lack in ambition.

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Webinar

China in the Emerging Hydrogen Economy

In March 2022, China launched its first comprehensive strategy for the promotion of its hydrogen sector. While China has a long-standing policy in support of fuel cell electric vehicles, the new strategy now also includes explicit targets for renewable hydrogen production, albeit at a relatively modest scale. It also emphasizes the need to expand manufacturing capacity and promote R&D in the field of electrolyzers and fuel cells. What are important drivers of China’s hydrogen economy? What is its relationship to decarbonization in China? What kind of support does the Chinese government grant to promote hydrogen development in China? What are remaining challenges and bottlenecks? How will it position China within the international hydrogen sector?

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DFG Round Table

Coastal Futures: Anticipating and Transforming Coastal Futures - transdisciplinary coastal research in a global context

This DFG Round Table is part of the activities undertaken by the DKN Working Group Anticipating and Transforming Coastal Futures and aims to critically reflect on how transdisciplinary sustainability science focused on the coastal and marine environment is approached within the (German) research community. Participants are invited to discuss and together with the DKN working group develop recommendations for transdisciplinary coastal research.

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Plenarveranstaltung der Nachhaltigkeitsplattform Brandenburg

"Nachhaltigkeit in Zeiten multipler Krisen: Wo stehen wir in Brandenburg?"

Wir erleben Zeiten multipler Krisen: Der Ukraine-Krieg, steigende Energie- und Lebensmittelpreise, wachsende Inflationsraten, und ein klimawandelbedingter heißer Sommer und zu milder Herbst seien hier als Beispiele genannt, die die Brandenburgerinnen und Brandenburger bewegen und sorgen. Das Thema Nachhaltigkeit rückt dabei oft in den Hintergrund. Jedoch birgt nachhaltige Entwicklung die Chance Brandenburg krisenfest für die Zukunft zu machen.

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