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  • Promoting Low Carbon Transport in India  
    Date: 13-11-17
    Promoting Low Carbon Transport in India The project had two goals: on the one hand, it promoted an enabling environment for coordinating national policies for a sustainable transport system and, on…  
  • New Urban Agenda in Focus  
    Date: 13-11-17
    The ‘Urban Pathways: Supporting Low Carbon Plans for Basic Services in the context of the New Urban Agenda’ project kicked off with a training week from 16 to 20 October 2017 in Berlin. More than a…  
  • Cooperation for Low Carbon Sea Transport  
    Date: 13-11-17
    Germany and the Marshall Islands are intensifying their cooperation on climate action with a new joint project intended to advance the development of low-emission maritime shipping. The German…  
  • Award for ambitious climate protection  
    Date: 13-11-17
    The United Nations Climate Change Secretariat today honours two international climate protection projects funded by the Federal Environment Ministry with its Momentum for Change Climate Solutions…  
  • A new tool to decarbonise the wastewater sector  
    Date: 10-11-17
    The global community is coming increasingly to recognise the important role of water in climate change adaptation and mitigation. As water is an essential link between different sectors, the…  
  • 171109_IKI_FS_Mobility.pdf  
    Date: 09-11-17
    Sustainable Mobility as the Heartbeat of Climate-Friendly Economic Growth and Social Development Mobility is essential for the social and economic development of a country. Reliable transport systems…  
  • Opportunities of Sustainable Mobility  
    Date: 09-11-17
    Mobility is essential for the social and economic development of a country. Reliable transport systems have positive impacts on a country's economy and improve access to jobs, education and health…  
  • 171108_IKI_FS_Stadtentwicklung.pdf  
    Date: 08-11-17
    Sustainable Urban Development Introduction Today more than half of the global population lives in ­cities. According to UN Habitat the share of people living in urban areas will increase to 70% by…  
  • MSP_marisma.pdf  
    Date: 08-11-17
    Marine Spatial Planning What is Marine Spatial Planning? Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) is a decision-making process that guides where and when human activities occur in the ocean. Making sure the…  
  • Sustainable Urban Development  
    Date: 08-11-17
    Today more than half of the global population lives in cities. According to UN Habitat the share of people living in urban areas will increase to 70% by 2050 with the majority of urban growth taking…