Country Reports - Regional Project Energy Security and Climate Change Asia-Pacific (RECAP)
Shocked by the blue sky
Current issues of the Chinese energy and climate policies
Since 2011, China is the world's largest emitter of CO2 - and it's going to produce more greenhouse gases per capita than the current "front runner" US. Can the East Asian country fulfill its responsibility in international climate politics? The following essay in German language provides insights into China's climate and energy policies.
Pollutants without borders
Energy Security and Climate Change - Perspectives from four Continents
The global energy policy map is changing rapidly: Industrialized states and developing countries are looking to see that their energy needs are met, while developing nations in particular are feeling the effects of climate change – resulting in the need for global political solutions. The reports from four continents provide a perspective on a variety of aspects of this issue.
Germany – A "Developing Country"
Towards a Sustainable Future with the "2030 Agenda"
The Agenda 2030 is another important step on the way to equal opportunities and better living conditions around the world - a path that began in 1992 with the UN Conference on Environment and Development in Rio. It is a unique global total project, which will pose a number of challenges to the international community in the future. In addition to the Memorandum of Understanding and the list of objectives of the Agenda 2030, its financing framework and the so-called monitoring procedure play a particularly important role.
Alternative Financing Sources for Sustainable Transport
Public-Private Partnerships and Institutional Investors
The role of the transport sector in achieving climate change and sustainable development action is indispensable. Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) can be an alternative financing source for sustainable transport. The study evaluates current models of PPP financing into transport systems to remove political, legal and economic obstacles for more effective investments.
Maritime Security in the Indian Ocean
For more German Commitment in the Ocean of the 21st Century
Analysis of Germany’s maritime engagement in the Indian Ocean
About this series
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is a political foundation. Our offices abroad are in charge of over 200 projects in more than 120 countries. The country reports offer current analyses, exclusive evaluations, background information and forecasts - provided by our international staff.