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Climate and Energy – a critical dialogue series on current issues

July 2016 to June 2017
Ecologic Institute is conducting a series of five Dinner Dialogues, titled "Climate and energy – a critical dialogue series on current issues". The dialogues aim at promoting the debate in Germany on climate protection and sustainable energy, as well as at strengthening networks among actors.Read more

Beyond COP21: What Does Paris Mean for Future Climate Policy?

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28 January 2016
Berlin
Germany
On 28 January 2016, Policy makers, negotiators and stakeholders discussed the implications of the Paris Agreement for climate policy with 120 participants from ministries, academia, business and civil society. It was the final event of a a series of events organised and papers written by Ecologic Institute for the German Federal Environment Agency, entitled "Improving climate protection – for Paris and beyond".Read more

Energy Policy in Germany

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13 December 2015 to 17 December 2015
Berlin, Düsseldorf
Germany
Where do Canada and Germany stand in the field of energy policy, especially in renewable energies and energy efficiency? Which initiatives and projects are leading the way? Which impact had the Paris Climate Conference (COP 21)? Who is driving development and how can Canada profit from Germany's experiences? These and other questions framed the Canadian-German visitors program that took place from 13 until 17 December 2015 in Berlin and Düsseldorf, focusing on the theme "Energy Policy in Germany." The program hosted 10 stakeholders with professional backgrounds in policy, science and NGO works.Read more

Energy Policy and Structural Change in Germany – Study Tour for State Senators and Representatives of the US Midwest to Germany

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15 November 2015 to 21 November 2015
Berlin, Düsseldorf, Cologne
Germany
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A group of 12 decision makers from the Midwest in the USA came to Germany from 15 until 21 November 2015 in order to explore and discuss German energy policy and aspects of structural change in former industrial and coal regions. Participants were able to speak with representatives from ministries, (state) parliaments, think tanks and businesses in Berlin, Cologne and Düsseldorf.Read more

Lessons from Denmark and Germany on the European Energy Transition

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21 September 2015 to 25 September 2015
Copenhagen, Denmark / Berlin and Brandenburg
Germany
The first study tour of the 2015-2016 ELEEP Fellowship Class took place from 21 until 25 September 2015. On the study tour 15 ELEEP members visited Denmark and Germany to explore both opportunities and challenges of the European Energy Transition.Read more

Climate and Energy Policy in Germany - Study Tour

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13 June 2015 to 18 June 2015
Berlin
Germany
Three leading Australian journalists participated in a study tour on "Climate and Energy Policy in Germany" in Berlin, from 13 until 18 June 2015. Ecologic Institute designed and organised the tour on behalf of the Foreign Office.Read more

Climate Change Training Course for Journalists in Berlin in Anticipation of COP21 Paris 2015 Media Coverage

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11 May 2015 to 20 May 2015
Berlin
Germany
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Policy makers and environmental groups worldwide are scrambling to prepare for the adoption of a new international climate agreement at the Paris 2015 climate summit in December. However, the very specific language of the UN negotiations and the technical complexity of climate science are not readily understood by the average citizen. The nine-day training course, organized by Ecologic Institute, will include instructive training workshops on a diverse array of topics such as: "The Science of Climate Change" and "UNFCCC: How does a COP work?" All courses are designed to meet the professional needs of journalists and led by a team of experts in climate science and policy.Read more

The Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy Network (ELEEP)

April 2015 to August 2017
The Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy Network (ELEEP) is a joint project of the Ecologic Institute and the Atlantic Council. Launched in fall 2011, ELEEP is a dynamic, membership-only forum for the exchange of ideas, policy solutions, best-practices, and professional development for early and mid-career American and European leaders working on environmental and energy issues. ELEEP currently has about 100 members, split between the US and the EU. Members debate topics of the day online and meet regularly for study tours and other face-to-face activities. ELEEP is financially supported by the European Union, the Robert Bosch Stiftung, and the Allianz Foundation for North America.Read more

The Energy Transition in Germany – Canadian-German Study Tour

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22 March 2015 to 28 March 2015
Berlin, Hamburg, Feldheim
Germany
Where do Canada and Germany stand in the field of renewable energies and energy efficiency? Which initiatives and projects are leading the way? Who is driving development – and how can Canada profit from Germany’s experiences? These and other questions framed the Canadian-German Study Tour that took place from 22 to 28 March 2015 in Berlin and Hamburg, focusing on the theme "Energy Transition in Germany". The study tour had space for 11 high-level participants with professional backgrounds in policy, science, business and NGO works.Read more

Climate Policy Training Course for Journalists in Berlin

March 2015 to July 2015
In the summer of 2015 politicians and environmental representatives worldwide prepared themselves for the climate conference in Paris (COP21). The target was to dismiss a binding international climate protection agreement. However, the thematic complexity and conference language are often only understood by experts in detail. The Ecologic Institute organized a 9-day training course for journalists from 16 different countries, that dealt with the different dimensions of global climate change, focusing in particular on the subject of the Paris conference.Read more

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