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Nordic and German pathways towards a low carbon transition - How will innovation shape the future?
Join our live discussion with guests from the Nordics and Germany about how innovation can accelerate the low-carbon transition on September 11th!
The European Union wants to become the first climate neutral continent, anchored in the EU Green Deal. The transition towards a low carbon future that describes the process from a high and low carbon energy to an exclusively low carbon energy, requires bold thinking and innovative solutions. However, the rate of change currently underway is insufficient to avert the worst effects of climate change, and we cannot afford to wait for unproven technologies to mature. But we do not only need rapid adaptation in innovation in technology, but also in policy, business models, consumption or finance mechanisms.
Nordic and German views on Smart Health
How innovations can enhance wellbeing and an improved quality of life in an ageing society
We welcome you to join our live discussion on August 26, 2021, with guests from the Nordics and Germany on Zoom and YouTube to discuss, how Smart Health will influence our common European future!
Tag der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung 2021
„Politik und Vertrauen“
Die Arbeit der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung im Kontext von Partizipation, Repräsentation, Sicherheit und Innovation
Opinion polling ahead of the 2021 German federal election: A discussion with Dr. Viola Neu
A KAS Nordics online seminar
Russia and the Arctic Council
A KAS Nordic Countries Project online discussion
In May 2021 Russia succeeds Iceland as chair of the Arctic Council. The Russian Federation has set sustainable development at the top of its priority agenda, but is trying to balance that with its economic development and resource extraction goals. In our online discussion we talk about the Russian Arctic Council Chairmanship Agenda and what are the international expectations for the upcoming chairmanship and the work in the Arctic Council in light of increasing tensions in international politics. Programme: Opening by Gabriele Baumann, Head of the KAS Nordic Countries Project Speakers: - Svein Vigeland Rottem, Senior Research Fellow, The Fridtjof Nansen Institute - Dmitriy Tulupov, Saint-Petersburg State University, School of International Relations, Post-Doc Discussion with Q&A Moderation by Mikko von Bremen, Research Associate, KAS Nordic Countries Project Register here for the Zoom event: https://kas-de.zoom.us/.../regi.../WN_iO-nT4_8RcyeIYH0j92hOA See Less
Facing the future of migration: German, Swedish, and Danish perspectives
A joint KAS Nordics / Germany's embassy in Stockholm Online Discussion
We are Europe! EU asylum and migration policy simulation
Join the discussion, experience EU policymaking, and shape EU asylum and migration policy in our EU simulation!
Norway, Greenland, and Iceland in a changing world: Comparing foreign policy opinion polls
A KAS Online Seminar
During 2020 and 2021, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Nordic Countries Project has financed foreign policy opinion polls in Norway, Greenland, and Iceland in cooperation with, respectively, NUPI (the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs), Ilisimatusarfik (the University of Greenland), and the IIA (the Institute of International Affairs at the University of Iceland). The purpose of each opinion poll has been to ask the public in each country about their foreign policy preferences when it comes to their home countries’ international partnerships, trade, and security.
Public lecture: The First Greenlandic Foreign Policy Opinion Poll
A KAS-funded Ilisimatusarfik study
Ilisimatusarfik and The KAS Nordic Countries Project are proud to invite you to a online public lecture presenting the very first foreign policy opinion poll ever carried out in Greenland, asking Greenlanders what they think about Greenland's place in the world.
EU-Norwegian Relations: Past, Present and Future
A KAS Nordics Online Seminar
How has the ongoing Brexit negotiations shaped Norwegian public attitudes towards Norway’s relationship with the EU? What are the views of Norway’s two largest parties, the Conservative Party of Norway (Høyre) and Labour (Arbeiderpartiet), as regards future EU-Norwegian cooperation? And will the coming Biden administration in the US shape Norway’s trade-off between cooperation with the US on one hand and the EU on the other?