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Energy Security and Climate Change in South Asia

A Threat Analysis for Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka

The publication encompasses four country studies which provide an in-depth analysis of the threats and challenges global warming is posing on South Asia. more…

June 9, 2017

Podcast: The Future of Oil and Gas

Interview with Prof. Paul Stevens | London

Dr. Peter Hefele, KAS RECAP Hongkong, talks to Professor Paul Stevens, distinguished fellow at Chatham House, London, on the future of global energy markets and the Middle East. more…

Dr. Peter Hefele | Country Reports | June 9, 2017

The future of oil and gas in Asia: Lessons for transitions in energy politics

Lecture by KAS RECAP and Chatham House London

It is commonly accepted knowledge that renewable energies will replace fossil resources in the long run. Indeed, the development of oil and gas markets in the coming decades is difficult to predict. In a symposium jointly organised by KAS RECAP and Chatham House London, Professor Paul Stevens, Distinguished Fellow of the renowned British think tank, discussed possible effects of the latest global political developments, the international climate diplomacy and regional conflicts on the future of fossil fuels. more…

Johannes Vogel | Event Reports | June 8, 2017

Podcast: The future of the Paris Climate Agreement after Donald Trump´s decision to leave

Interview with Dr. Peter Hefele

The decision of US-President Trump to leave the Paris Climate Agreement, has triggered a fierce debate on the future of global climate change policy. Is Paris now dead? What are the consequences for Asia? Listen to Dr. Peter Hefele, Director KAS RECAP, in an interview with Stefan Stahlberg, KAS Berlin. The interview was held in German. more…

Dr. Peter Hefele | Country Reports | June 2, 2017

Podcast: Cities as global actors in combating climate change

Interview with Professor Dr. Maria Francesch, Hong Kong

For decades nation states have been the main drivers and often also objectors in international climate policy. The COP21 conference in Paris has seen a range of new influential actors: NGOs, multinational companies – and cities. They all contributed much to the progress made in Paris. Therefore global climate change policy is no longer an exclusive domain of nation states. more…

Dr. Peter Hefele | Country Reports | May 17, 2017