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Gerodetes Waldgebiet in Brasilien

Introducing new software for forest monitoring

The Open Foris initiative was presented for the first time at the IUFRO World Congress. Its open-source tools for forest monitoring can be accessed worldwide for free.

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Closing date for IKI photo competition extended!

The IKI photo competition "effects" will be extended until mid-December

Three indigenous women looking at potatoes destroyed by frost

Partnership for climate insurance in Peru

A new public-private partnership between the Peruvian government, agricultural businesses and the insurance industry will protect farmers from the effects of climate change.

Eclipse, Swipe & Avonni – the three singers of the song 'Can't do this alone'

A song against climate change

'Can’t do this alone' - Eclipse, Swipe & Avonni, three young men from Grenada – sing to raise awareness of the effects of climate change. An IKI project produced a music video of the song and is using it in an information campaign.

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An elephant taking a bath in a water hole

Biological Diversity

Learn more about the support of the German Federal Environment Ministry for protecting biological diversity. This film describes the challenges and presents some solutions.

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Gardener in Mexico City

film reports global ideas

For over two decades, Mexico City has battled to combat air pollution with a slew of measures. And they're paying off as old exhaust-belching vehicles are phased out and the megacity becomes greener.

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IKI selection procedure 2015

The deadline for the selection process was 25 June (24:00 CET). We are currently evaluating all project outlines received before the deadline. 

More information on the project selection