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April 5, 2017


Global Emissions Reductions and Role of Germany

The Paris Agreement on climate change (COP21) aims at limiting global warming to well below two degrees Celsius. An international KAS study examined the emissions reduction policies of the world’s four largest producers of GHG: China, India, Russia and the USA – and how they view the German "Energiewende". more…

March 19, 2017

Luncheon Discussion

Seeking for Asia-Euro Sustainable Development

Challenges and comparative advantages in sustainable development provide unique opportunities for Asia and Europe in future cooperation. more…

February 27, 2017


Regulation of energy investments along the “Belt and Road”

Central Asia has become a focal point of the energy politics of China, Russia, and the EU. This bears great potential for establishing a transcontinental energy supply, but also risks due to diverging geopolitical interests. A legal framework is needed for investments and a constructive cooperation. more…

February 18, 2017

Sustainable management in the EU and China

The economic circumstances in China as well as in the European Union are rapidly changing. How to use this challenges for a new sustainable development, will be discussed in the 6th joint workshop of KAS RECAP and the Eurasian research network UACES. more…

October 27, 2016

The role of EU and China in international climate politics

Political actors such as China and the EU play an important role in implementing the ambitious goals of COP21. Not only governments, but also economy and sciences are facing manifold perspectives. This potential will be discussed by experts of both continents at a workshop in October 2016. more…

October 14, 2016

Energy Storage Summit Japan 2016

Energy Storage solutions as a key for transformation

KAS RECAP presented its activities at ESSJ 2016 in in Tokyo/Japan more…

October 13, 2016

Media workshop in Cambodia

How to Communicate Climate Change

KAS RECAP trained journalist students and young reporters in contemporary energy and climate journalism. The best case studies will be awarded in November 2016 in Phnom Penh. more…

August 24, 2016

Energy, climate and security in Asia

At the Limits of Endurance

What is feared in Europe is already a reality in Asia: Up to 30 million people have had to flee their homes. Climate change, energy shortages and competition over resources have exacerbated conflicts among states – a vicious circle that threatens to nullify all developmental progress made thus far and is likely to affect Europe as well. more…

August 23, 2016

Training for students of journalism

Energy and climate journalism in Cambodia

The population of Southeast Asia is heavily affected by climate change and energy shortages. Media plays an important role in informing the people about these phenomena and appropriate adaption strategies. The workshop and a field study are aimed at introducing Cambodian Journalists to energy and climate reporting. more…

July 11, 2016

The role of the EU and China in international climate politics

Political actors like the EU and China play an important role concerning the implementation of the ambitious objectives of COP21. As a result, diverse perspectives arise not only for governments but also for economy and science. This potential will be discussed by experts from both continents during a workshop in October 2016. more…