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Germany Happiness
Happiness

7.16

0 unhappy, 10 happy

2020
The Happiness ranking is part of the World Happiness Report. The country scores are based on a survey in which respondents evaluate the quality of their current lives on a scale of 0 to 10.
Germany Life expectancy
Life expectancy

80.94

years

2019
Life expectancy at birth indicates the number of years a newborn infant would live if prevailing patterns of mortality at the time of its birth were to stay the same throughout its life. Measure: years, Source: The World Bank
Germany Political stability
Political stability

0.67

-2.5 weak, 2.5 strong

2020
The Political Stability Index and Absence of Violence/Terrorism measures perceptions of the likelihood that the government will be destabilized or overthrown by unconstitutional or violent means, including politically-motivated violence and terrorism. Measure: points; Source: The World Bank
Germany Political rights
Political rights

1

7 weak, 1 strong

2020
The Political Rights ratings evaluate three categories: electoral process, political pluralism and participation, and the functioning of government. The index ranges from 1 (strong rights) to 7 (weak rights). Measure: points; Source: The Freedom House
Germany Civil liberties
Civil liberties

1

7 weak, 1 strong

2020
The Civil Liberties index evaluate the following: freedom of expression and belief, associational and organizational rights, rule of law, and personal autonomy and individual rights. The rating ranges from 1 (strong liberties) to 7 (no liberties). Measure: points; Source: The Freedom House
Germany Corruption
Corruption

80

100 = no corruption

2020
The Corruption Perceptions Index is an indicator of perceptions of public sector corruption, i.e. administrative and political corruption (based on information from surveys and assessments of corruption, collected by a variety of reputable institutions). Measure: points; Source: Transparency International
Germany Population
Population

83.24

Million

2020
Total population is indicated in Millions and is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship. The values shown are midyear estimates. Measure: million; Source: United Nations Population Division
Germany Population growth
Population growth

0.18

% growth / year

2020
Annual population growth rate for year t is the exponential rate of growth of midyear population from year t-1 to t, expressed as a percentage . Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship. Measure: percent; Source: United Nations Population Division
Germany Population density
Population density

238

People per square km

2020
Population density is midyear population divided by land area in square kilometers. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship. Measure: people per square km; Source: Food and Agriculture Organization
Germany Urban population
Urban population

77.45

% of total population

2020
Urban population refers to people living in urban areas as defined by national statistical offices. Measure: percent; Source: United Nations Population Division
Germany Migrant population
Migrant population

15

% of total

2015
International migrant stock is the number of people born in a country other than that in which they live. It also includes refugees. Measure: percent; Source: United Nations Population Division
Germany Economic growth
Economic growth

-4.57

% of GDP

2020
Economic growth is intended as the annual percentage growth rate of GDP at market prices based on constant local currency. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Foreign Direct Investment
Foreign Direct Investment

1.74

% of GDP

2019
Foreign direct investment are the net inflows of investment to acquire a lasting management interest in an enterprise operating in an economy other than that of the investor (new investment inflows less disinvestment). Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Exports
Exports

43.42

% of GDP

2020
Exports of goods and services represent the value of all goods and other market services provided to the rest of the world. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Government debt
Government debt

70.00

% of GDP

2020
Government debt includes domestic and foreign liabilities such as currency and money deposits, securities other than shares, and loans. It is the gross amount of government liabilities reduced by the amount of equity and financial derivatives held by the government.
Germany Capital investment
Capital investment

21.15

% of GDP

2020
Capital investments are fixed assets including for example land improvements, plant, machinery, construction of roads, railways, schools, offices, hospitals, private residential, commercial and industrial buildings, etc. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Inflation
Inflation

0.5

% yearly change

2020
Inflation as measured by the consumer price index reflects the annual percentage change in the cost to the average consumer of acquiring a basket of goods and services that may be fixed or changed at specified intervals, such as yearly. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Competitiveness
Competitiveness

81.80

0 weak, 100 strong

2019
The Global Competitiveness index is composed of 12 pillars of competitiveness: Institutions, Infrastructure, ICT adoption, Macroeconomic stability, Health, Skills, Product market, Labor market, Financial system, market size, Business, dynamism, and Innovation capability. Measure: points; Source: The World Economic Forum
Germany Shadow economy
Shadow economy

7.75

% of GDP

2015
The shadow economy as percent of total annual GDP. Source: Leandro Medina and Friedrich Schneider (2018).
Germany Health spending
Health spending

11.43

% of GDP

2018
Level of current health expenditure expressed as a percentage of GDP including healthcare goods and services consumed during each year but does not including capital health expenditures such as buildings, machinery, IT and stocks of vaccines for emergency or outbreaks. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Education spending
Education spending

4.99

% of GDP

2018
General government expenditure on education is expressed as a percentage of GDP. It includes expenditure funded by transfers from international sources to government. General government usually refers to local, regional and central governments. Measure: percent; Source: UNESCO
Germany Military spending
Military spending

1.40

% of GDP

2020
Military spending includes expenditure on peacekeeping, defense ministries, paramilitary forces, space activities, military and civil personnel, procurement, military research and development, and aid. Measure: percent; Source: Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
Germany Unemployment
Unemployment

3.81

% of labor force

2020
Unemployment refers to the share of the labor force that is without work but available for and seeking employment. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Females unemployment
Females unemployment

2.73

% of female labor force

2019
Female unemployment refers to the share of the female labor force that is without work but available for and seeking employment. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Males unemployment
Males unemployment

3.50

% of male labor force

2019
Male unemployment refers to the share of the male labor force that is without work but available for and seeking employment. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Cost of starting a business
Cost of starting a business

6.50

% of income per capita

2019
The cost of starting a business indicator includes all official fees and fees for legal or professional services if such services are required by law. The company law, the commercial code, and specific regulations and fee schedules are used as sources for calculating costs. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Youth unemployment
Youth unemployment

5.75

% of 15-24 labor force

2019
Youth unemployment refers to the share of the labor force ages 15-24 without work but available for and seeking employment. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Tax rate
Tax rate

48.80

% of commercial profits

2019
Total tax rate measures the amount of taxes and mandatory contributions payable by businesses after accounting for allowable deductions and exemptions as a share of commercial profits. Personal income tax, VAT, sales taxes or goods and service taxes are excluded. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Number of taxes paid by businesses
Number of taxes paid by businesses

9

2019
Tax payments by businesses are the total number of taxes paid by businesses, including electronic filing. The tax is counted as paid once a year even if payments are more frequent. Measure: taxes; Source: The World Bank
Germany Patent applications
Patent applications

46632

by residents

2019
Patent applications are worldwide patent applications filed through the Patent Cooperation Treaty procedure or with a national patent office for exclusive rights for an invention. A patent provides protection for the invention to the owner of the patent for a limited period, generally 20 years. Measure: patent applications; Source: The World Intellectual Property Organization
Germany Internet users
Internet users

89.81

% of population

2020
Internet users are individuals who have used the Internet (from any location) in the last 3 months. The Internet can be used via a computer, mobile phone, personal digital assistant, games machine, digital TV etc. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Land area
Land area

349380

sq. km

2020
Land area is a country's total area, excluding area under inland water bodies, national claims to continental shelf, and exclusive economic zones. In most cases the definition of inland water bodies includes major rivers and lakes. Measure: sq. km; Source: Food and Agriculture Organization
Germany Agricultural land
Agricultural land

166450

sq. km.

2018
Agricultural land refers to the share of land area that is arable, under permanent crops, and under permanent pastures. Measure: sq. km; Source: The World Bank
Germany Forest area
Forest area

114190.0

sq. km

2020
Forest area is land under natural or planted stands of trees of at least 5 meters in situ, whether productive or not, and excludes tree stands in agricultural production systems (for example, in fruit plantations and agroforestry systems) and trees in urban parks and gardens. Measure: percent; Source: Food and Agriculture Organization
Germany Precipitation
Precipitation

700

mm per year

2017
Average precipitation is the long-term average in depth (over space and time) of annual precipitation in the country. Precipitation is defined as any kind of water that falls from clouds as a liquid or a solid. Measure: mm per year; Source: Food and Agriculture Organization
Germany Roads quality
Roads quality

5.30

1 low, 7 high

2019
The Road quality indicator represents an assessment of the quality of roads in a given country based on data from the WEF Executive Opinion Survey. The respondents are asked to rate the roads in their country of operation on a scale from 1 (bad) to 7 (good). Measure: points; Source: The World Economic Forum
Germany Railroads quality
Railroads quality

4.90

1 low, 7 high

2019
The Quality of railroad infrastrucutre indicator represents an assessment of the quality of the railroad system in a given country based on data from the WEF Executive Opinion Survey. The respondents are asked to rate the railroads in their country of operation on a scale from 1 (bad) to 7 (good). Measure: points; Source: The World Economic Forum
Germany Air transport quality
Air transport quality

5.50

1 low, 7 high

2019
The Quality of air transport infrastructure indicator represents an assessment of the quality of airports in a given country based on data from the WEF Executive Opinion Survey. The respondents are asked to rate the passenger air transport in their country of operation on a scale from 1 (bad) to 7 (good). Measure: points; Source: The World Economic Forum
Germany Energy imports
Energy imports

61.40

% total energy use

2015
Net energy imports are estimated as energy use less production, both measured in oil equivalents. A negative value indicates that the country is a net exporter. Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
Germany Oil production
Oil production

37.43

thousand barrels / day

2020
Oil production. Measure: thousand Barrels Per Day; Source: The U.S. Energy Information Agency
Germany Renewable power capacity
Renewable power capacity

131.40

million kilowatts

2020
Total capacity to produce electricity from renewable resources in million kilowatts. Source: The U.S. Energy Information Administration
Germany Carbon dioxide emissions
Carbon dioxide emissions

8.56

metric tons per capita

2018
Carbon dioxide emissions are those stemming from the burning of fossil fuels and the manufacture of cement. They include carbon dioxide produced during consumption of solid, liquid, and gas fuels and gas flaring. Source: The World Bank. Measure: metric tons; Source: The World Bank
Germany Bank branches
Bank branches

10.97

per 100,000 people

2019
Number of commercial bank branches per 100,000 adults. Measure: bank branches; Source: The International Monetary Fund
Germany ATMs
ATMs

129.95

per 100,000 adults

2019
Number of ATMs per 100,000 adults. Automated teller machines are computerized telecommunications devices that provide clients of a financial institution with access to financial transactions in a public place. Measure: ATMs per 100,000 adults; Source: The World Bank
Germany Homicides
Homicides

1.0

per 100,000 people

2017
Number of homicides per 100,000 people per year. Source: The UN office on drugs and crime
Germany Robberies
Robberies

47

per 100,000 people

2017
Number of robberies per 100,000 people per year. Source: The UN office on drugs and crime
Germany Suicides
Suicides

12.30

per 100,000 population

2019
Suicide mortality rate is the number of suicide deaths in a year per 100,000 population. Source: The World Health Organization
Germany Prisoners
Prisoners

77

per 100,000 people

2017
Number of prisoners per 100,000 people. Source: The UN office on drugs and crime

Germany Featured Events

Germany EventsMore

Action & Physicality in Performance
▪️ How to develop character & work in an ensemble. ▪️ How to use your body as an expressive tool and develop your stage presence.
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2nd International Education Conference
Learn from the Best Minds in Education at the International Education Conference
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2nd International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities in the 21st Century
It’s a network of scientists, researchers, PhD candidates graduate students, and other members of the academia. It’s an opportunity to actively participate in shaping the field and bringing it into the future.
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2nd World Conference on Business, Management, and Economics
The Ultimate Business, Economics & Management Conference
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Physicality In Acting
The international program is designed for performers, directors, choreographers, and performing arts practitioners interested in exploring the practical aspects of physicality in acting.
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CINEA at the Shipbuilding, Machinery and Marine Technology Trade Fair
The world's leading exhibition for the maritime industry is taking place in Hamburg from 3 to 6 September 2024.
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Posting of workers, cross-border, telework & labour migration
Summer Course on European Labour Mobility
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IT Tools to Support Programme Implementation
Struggling with the complexities of IT tools for EU and national funding programme implementation? Join our seminar to unlock the solutions you need.
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Preparing for Mid-Term Review
Maximizing Impact and Planning Ahead
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EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Conference 2024
The 2024 EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Conference will take place in Würzburg, Germany
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EASA Helicopters Flight Test Workshop
Flight testing is certainly a very complex certification compliance activity, requiring a considerable amount of resources, exposure to risk and close coordination between different internal and external stakeholders.
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VISION ZERO for Sustainability along Global Supply Chains – beyond Due Diligence Obligations
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Communication in EU projects.
Crafting monitoring, leveraging social media and using edge technology in designing engaging communication
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9th International Conference on Advanced Research in Teaching and Education
9th International Conference on Advanced Research in Teaching and Education will be held on 20 - 22 December 2024 in Berlin, Germany.
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9th International Conference on Research in Social Sciences
9th International Conference on Research in Social Sciences will be held on 20 _ 22 December 2024 in Berlin, Germany.
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9th International Conference on Research in Business, Management and Economics
9th International Conference on Research in Business, Management and Economics will be held on 20 - 22 December 2024 in Berlin, Germany.
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World Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities
World Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities will occur on 14 - 16 March 2025 in Berlin, Germany.
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International Conference on Applied Research in Business, Management, and Economics
The International Conference on Applied Research in Business, Management, and Economics will occur on 14 - 16 March 2025 in Berlin, Germany.
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World Conference on Research in Teaching and Education
World Conference on Research in Teaching and Education on 14 - 16 March 2025 in Berlin, Germany.
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Global Conference on Aging and Gerontology
Global Conference on Aging and Gerontology will occur on 14 - 16 March 2025 in Berlin, Germany.
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Germany Publications More

Economy
Inequality Trends in the Context of Changes in Labor Market Ou...
Policy Brief
March 19, 2024
econpol.eu
Inequality Trends in the Context of Changes in Labor Market Outcomes, Composition and Redistribution in Germany
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Politics
Actually European!? 2024 Public opinion in Germany ahead of th...
Consultation
March 19, 2024
eu.boell.org
Actually European!? 2024 Public opinion in Germany ahead of the European elections
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Foreign-Affairs
Jusqu’ici, tout va bien? Analyse croisée des cultures conte...
Policy Brief
January 19, 2024
ifri.org
Jusqu’ici, tout va bien? Analyse croisée des cultures contestataires en France et en Allemagne
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Politics
Disinformation ahead of the EU Parliamentary Elections: A snap...
Research Paper
December 19, 2023
epc.eu
Disinformation ahead of the EU Parliamentary Elections: A snapshot from Bulgaria, Germany, and Italy
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Training
Europäische Leitlinien für die Validierung nichtformalen und...
Publication
November 1, 2023
cedefop.europa.eu
Europäische Leitlinien für die Validierung nichtformalen und informellen Lernens: Dritte Auflage
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Water
The Water Framework Directive, the forgotten tool to fix Europ...
Policy Brief
October 23, 2023
eeb.org
The Water Framework Directive, the forgotten tool to fix Europe’s water crisis: State of play on implementation and enforcement of EU's main water law
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Politics
Digitalkonzerne an die leine?
Publication
August 30, 2023
left.eu
Wie die handelsagenda der EU die regulierung von big tech gefährdet
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Foreign-Affairs
La fin d’une parenthèse heureuse Comment la guerre d’Ukra...
Policy Brief
September 26, 2023
ifri.org
La fin d’une parenthèse heureuse Comment la guerre d’Ukraine contraint l’Allemagne à repenser son modèle
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Home Affairs
Towards a New European Trade Strategy in Times of Geopolitical...
Policy Brief
October 4, 2023
ifri.org
Towards a New European Trade Strategy in Times of Geopolitical Upheaval The German Perspective
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Employment
Pénurie de main-d’œuvre en Allemagne ? Entre réalité dé...
Policy Brief
October 12, 2023
ifri.org
Pénurie de main-d’œuvre en Allemagne ? Entre réalité démographique et besoins du marché du travail
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Environment
Handlungsbedarf für eine erfolgreiche Nationale Kreislaufwirt...
Policy Brief
September 19, 2023
bund.net
Handlungsbedarf für eine erfolgreiche Nationale Kreislaufwirtschaftsstrategie: Impulse auf dem Weg zur NKWS
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Economy
The Role of Fiscal Policy Measures in Mitigating the Effects o...
Policy Brief
September 18, 2023
econpol.eu
The Role of Fiscal Policy Measures in Mitigating the Effects of the Covid-19 Crisis in Germany
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Economy
Politique budgétaire en France et en Allemagne : des divergen...
Policy Brief
September 1, 2023
ifri.org
Politique budgétaire en France et en Allemagne : des divergences insurmontables ?
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LGBT
A Journey through the 5th Global Conference on Women’s Studies
Report
September 18, 2023
Acavent
Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges: Advancing Women's Studies and Gender Equality in a Global Platform
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Security
The role of Germany and Poland in European defence: Tensions a...
Policy Brief
August 16, 2023
fiia.fi
The role of Germany and Poland in European defence: Tensions and Opportunities
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Foreign-Affairs
China's Weaponization of Gallium and Germanium: The Pitfal...
Policy Brief
July 27, 2023
ifri.org
China's Weaponization of Gallium and Germanium: The Pitfalls of Leveraging Chokepoints
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Migration
Entre inertie et ouverture. L'Allemagne réforme son syst...
Policy Brief
July 5, 2023
ifri.org
Entre inertie et ouverture. L'Allemagne réforme son système dimmigration de travail
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Renewable Energy
Renewable Senegal Opportunities for German-Senegalese developm...
Study
June 1, 2023
germanwatch.org
Renewable Senegal Opportunities for German-Senegalese development cooperation towards a sustainable future
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Road Transport
Radverkehr Selber Machen! - Wie wir Politik und Verwaltung in ...
Publication
May 10, 2023
bund.net
Radverkehr Selber Machen! - Wie wir Politik und Verwaltung in unseren Städten und Kommunen zum Handeln bewegen
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Employment
The Demand for Data Skills in German Companies: Evidence from ...
Policy Brief
March 21, 2023
econpol.eu
The Demand for Data Skills in German Companies: Evidence from Online Job Advertisements
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Politics
Citizen Expectations towards German EU Policy in the Context o...
Policy Brief
March 10, 2023
eu.boell.org
Citizen Expectations towards German EU Policy in the Context of Crisis and Transformation
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Environment
Evidence and Credibility Assessment in the Context of the Comm...
Publication
January 27, 2023
bund.net
Evidence and Credibility Assessment in the Context of the Common European Asylum System, Judicial analysis, Second edition
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Environment
Vorschläge und Kriterien für die Verankerung von naturbasier...
Publication
December 16, 2022
bund.net
Vorschläge und Kriterien für die Verankerung von naturbasiertem Klimaschutz und lokaler Klimafolgenanpassung
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Environment
Transformation by design, not by disaster! Zivilgesellschaftli...
Publication
December 7, 2022
bund.net
Transformation by design, not by disaster! Zivilgesellschaftlicher Appell zur Senkung des primären Ressourcenverbrauchs
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Environment
Gefährlicher Konsum - Mit weniger Chemie und Plastik Klima un...
Publication
October 27, 2022
bund.net
Gefährlicher Konsum - Mit weniger Chemie und Plastik Klima und Artenvielfalt schützen
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Regions & Cities
Bürgerinnen und Bürger, Kommunal- und Regionalpolitiker:inne...
Publication
February 28, 2022
cor.europa.eu
Bürgerinnen und Bürger, Kommunal- und Regionalpolitiker:innen und die Zukunft Europas
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Education
Bildung für gesellschaftlichen Wandel: Die Rolle der Gewerksc...
Publication
October 11, 2022
csee-etuce.org
Bildung für gesellschaftlichen Wandel: Die Rolle der Gewerkschaften bei der Förderung einer nachhaltigen ökologischen Entwicklung
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Naturnahes gärtnern ökologischer pflanzenschutz
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Energy
Climate-neutral power system 2035 - How the German power secto...
Report
August 2, 2022
agora-energiewende.de
Climate-neutral power system 2035 - How the German power sector can become climate-neutral by 2035
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How Dependent Is Germany on Raw Material Imports? An Analysis of Inputs to Produce Key Technologies
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Education
Grundprinzipien - Unterstützung der Entwicklung und Umsetzung...
Policy Brief
June 7, 2022
european-agency.org
Grundprinzipien - Unterstützung der Entwicklung und Umsetzung der Politik für inklusive Bildung und Erziehung: Kurzdossier
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Climate
Germany 1.5ºC Pathways for Europe: Achieving the highest plau...
Infographic
October 14, 2021
airclim.org
Germany 1.5ºC Pathways for Europe: Achieving the highest plausible climate ambition
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Naturverträgliche Freiflächen- Solaranlagen für Strom und Wärme
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INSIDE JOB: Wie die Wirtschaftslobby die internen Verfahren der Kommission ausnutzt, um sich ihrer Verantwortung für Menschenrechte und Umweltschutz zu entziehen
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Social
Wie die Wirtschaftslobby gegen die Haftbarkeit für Menschenre...
Policy Brief
June 23, 2021
corporatejustice.org
Wie die Wirtschaftslobby gegen die Haftbarkeit für Menschenrechtsverletzungen und Umweltzerstörung kämpft
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Health
Public health research and data sharing: Data saves lives
Report
May 19, 2022
Roche Pharma AG
Die digitale Vernetzung von Gesundheitsdaten soll eine patientenorientierte und gleichzeitig wissensgenerierende Gesundheitsversorgung sicherstellen. Digitale Infrastrukturen sind für diVerfügbarkeit von Daten aus V...
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Environment
Gefährdet und gejagt: Warum ein Fangverbot für den Europäis...
Policy Recommendation
March 29, 2022
bund.net
Gefährdet und gejagt: Warum ein Fangverbot für den Europäischen Aal jetzt notwendig ist
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Transport
Lessons from the German Emissions Trading System for buildings...
Report
March 17, 2022
eeb.org
Lessons from the German Emissions Trading System for buildings and road transport
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Fishery
Floundering Around: Europas größte Einzelhändler zwischen e...
Report
December 3, 2021
changingmarkets.org
Floundering Around: Europas größte Einzelhändler zwischen ersten Erfolgen und Scheitern an ökologischen und sozialen Herausforderungen der Fischzucht
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Railways
Beitrag des Schienenverkehrs zur Erreichung der Ziele des Grü...
Policy Brief
January 5, 2022
eesc.europa.eu
Beitrag des Schienenverkehrs zur Erreichung der Ziele des Grünen Deals durch die EU
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Urban Transport
Become an ULaaDS follower city and visit Mechelen!
Press Release
January 17, 2022
Bax
The ULaaDS team is now recruiting 2 Follower cities to participate in a two-day study visit in Mechelen on May 16-17!
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Environment
Profite ohne Grenzen Wie Unternehmen Umweltschutz und Menschen...
Publication
October 14, 2021
bund.net
Profite ohne Grenzen Wie Unternehmen Umweltschutz und Menschenrechte weltweit missachten
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Climate
Klimaneutrales Deutschland 2045 - Wie Deutschland seine Klimaz...
Publication
June 24, 2021
agora-energiewende.de
Klimaneutrales Deutschland 2045 - Wie Deutschland seine Klimaziele schon vor 2050 erreichen kann
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Security
A framework for arms control - Current status of and requireme...
Study
October 29, 2021
aies.at
A framework for arms control - Current status of and requirements for conventional arms control in Europe
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Development
Wie helfen die Europäische Union, der UNHCR und UNICEF flüch...
Publication
November 15, 2021
ec.europa.eu
Wie helfen die Europäische Union, der UNHCR und UNICEF flüchtlingen und vertriebenen?
Open
Development
Das instrument für nachbarschaft, entwicklungszusammenarbeit ...
Publication
June 30, 2021
ec.europa.eu
Das instrument für nachbarschaft, entwicklungszusammenarbeit und internationale zusammenarbeit
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Cities
Hydrogen for Heating? Decarbonization Options for Households i...
Working Paper
April 8, 2021
theicct.org
Hydrogen for Heating? Decarbonization Options for Households in Germany in 2050
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Energy
Decarbonizing heating in Germany by 2050: Cost comparison of t...
Working Paper
April 7, 2021
theicct.org
Decarbonizing heating in Germany by 2050: Cost comparison of technology options
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Energy
Dekarbonisierung der Wärmeversorgung in Deutschland bis 2050:...
Working Paper
April 26, 2021
theicct.org
Dekarbonisierung der Wärmeversorgung in Deutschland bis 2050: Kostenvergleich der Technologieoptionen
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Transport
Was unterschiedlich strenge CO2-Flottenzielwerte für Neufahrz...
Policy Brief
March 26, 2021
theicct.org
Was unterschiedlich strenge CO2-Flottenzielwerte für Neufahrzeuge zum europäischen Green Deal beitragen können
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EUGINE is the voice of Europe’s engine power plant industry. Our members are the leading European manufacturers of engine power plants and their key components.Engine power plants are a flexible, efficient, reliable and sustainable technology, helping to ensure security of electricity supply and providing (renewable) electricity and heat.For more information please see
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The Forum Transregionale Studien is a platform for the international cooperation between scholars of different expertise and perspectives on global issues. Transregional approaches connect and confront diverse disciplines, regional, national and local positions and insights on global issues.The Forum provides scope for exchange on questions of science policy, epistemology and ethics, and develops infrastructures and formats that allow transregional research ideas and projects to be tested, implemented and communicated. The Forum is constituted by its members and the diversity of their research expertise and networks. It is committed to strengthening regional studies and to the principle of non-hierarchical research. It appoints scholars from around the world as fellows and engages in joint research programs and initiatives with partners from universities and research institutions in and outside Berlin. The Forum is funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Higher Education and Research, Health, Long-Term Care and Gender Equality.
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The Forum for Sustainability through Life Cycle Innovation (FSLCI) is a brand new multi-stakeholder and membership-based community organization for everyone interested in and working with Life Cycle approaches to enhance the sustainability of economic activities.It is the first and only global organization that is conceived by the Life Cycle community, for the Life Cycle community. It enables the community as a whole to become a stakeholder and allows it to decide where, when and what to focus on.It aims to bring together stakeholders, initiatives and activities around the world under one inclusive umbrella, enabling the Life Cycle community to speak with a clear voice and uniting our efforts for change.The FSLCI seeks to link existing initiatives and build on the strengths of its membership to be more effective. We will multiply efforts, not duplicate.Our Vision: A sustainable global society where Life Cycle approaches are established and decision makers have fully integrated them into regular decision making processes.Our Mission: Be the global voice of the Life Cycle community to accelerate the transition towards a sustainable society through global, systematic and effective application of Life Cycle Innovation.
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All large private waste management companies are members of the BDE, such as the market leaders Remondis, Veolia and Alba. Overall, the sector is regional and medium-sized. Numerous water supply and wastewater disposal companies as well as municipal cleaning companies are also organised in the association.More than 500 experts from the member companies work in the expert committees on topics from the fields of waste treatment, recycling management and water supply and wastewater disposal. As an employers' association, the BDE is the collective bargaining partner of the United Services Union for collective agreements and pay scales. The further development of apprenticeships in the waste management and recycling industry as well as further training have been integrated in a separate educational institution, the Bildungswerk, since 1992.In Bavaria, the Association of Bavarian Waste Management Companies (VBS) exists as an independent association. The VBS is a corporate co-opted member of the BDE. The BDE is divided into five regional representations, which are coordinated from Berlin. Among other things, it has set up specialist sections for logistics, waste treatment, biological treatment processes, hazardous waste management, recycling management, water management and the Small Collective Bargaining Commission. Interdepartmental working groups exist for EU affairs, environmental legislation and law, taxes and competition, occupational safety and quality management, education, BDE juniors. The member companies of the BDE generate the majority of the turnover of private companies in Germany in the fields of wastewater disposal, waste collection and recycling, and the removal of environmental pollution.
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ICC is the institutional representative of more than 45 million companies in over 100 countries with a mission to make business work for everyone, every day, everywhere. Through a unique mix of advocacy, solutions and standard setting, ICC promotes international trade, responsible business conduct and a global approach to regulation, in addition to providing market-leading dispute resolution services. ICC represents business interests at the highest levels of intergovernmental decision-making, whether at the World Trade Organization, the United Nations or the G20 – ensuring the voice of business is ;ICC Germany is the German branch of the ICC with its office in Berlin. ICC Germany represents the interests of the German business community within the global ICC organization.
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The Civil Liberties Union for Europe (Liberties) is a watchdog that safeguards the human rights of everyone in the European Union. Our team is made up of experts in human rights and communications. We work closely with our network of members in Brussels and across 18 EU countries. We are registered as a non-governmental organisation in Berlin and have a presence in Brussels.
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Die Universität Paderborn ist eine vom Land NRW getragene, rechtsfähige Körperschaft des Öffentlichen ;Sie wird durch die Präsidentin Prof. Dr. Birgitt Riegraf vertreten. Zuständige Aufsichtsbehörde: Ministerium für Kultur und Wissenschaft (MKW) des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Völklinger Str. 49, 40221 Düsseldorf, Deutschland
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Berlin University Alliance is an Alliance of the three major Universities in Berlin and Charité. For learning more about  our various activities please consult our homepage.
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The "Europaschule" Johann-Gutenberg-Schule Bremerhaven is an inclusive secondary school in the north of Bremerhaven. With approximately 700 pupils and around 80 teaching staff, it’s the largest school of its kind in the town of Bremerhaven. The JGS is one of three specialist school campuses in Bremerhaven providing inclusive education to pupils with sensory, physical, and developmental Special Educational Needs (SEN). The JGS also comprises of two “welcome classes” These are intensive German language preparatory classes, for migrant and refugee pupils upon their entry into the German school system. We also envisage establishing a third “welcome class” in the coming school term. The JGS prides itself in promoting STEM subjects by offering our pupils access to projects outside the classroom such as “Jugend forscht” (The young scientist and technology exhibition) and “Schüler experimentieren” (The junior young scientist and technology exhibition for pupils under the age of 15 years). Throughout the years, the JGS has developed and maintained a strong partnership with the University of Applied Sciences in Bremerhaven. In order to best meet the needs of our pupils in the subject areas of chemistry and physics, our pupils are taught based on their individual academic abilities from the age of fifteen. A further example of our innovative approach to meeting our pupil’s needs is the subject “Ernährung/Gesundheit/Ökologie” (EGÖ). This subject, which is unique to the JGS and one of its kind in Germany, is a synergy of the subject areas of nutrition, health, and environmental science. This project-based subject is offered to pupils aged twelve years and above. It is also innately intertwined with our mission of being a “Healthy School” (being a leader in the Healthy Schools Project). Since the beginning of the academic school year 2017/2018 the JGS has been promoting the theme “Europe” as a central part of both our school’s curriculum and ethos. The JGS has embarked upon it’s journey in becoming the first school in Bremerhaven to be bestowed with the prestigious “Europeschool” accreditation and succeeded in May 2019. The school year 2017 has also marked the commencement of the teaching staff at the JGS becoming acquainted with and gaining their first experiences of Erasmus+ (formerly known as Comenius) and eTwinning projects, which in turn, have been ground-breaking for our school. In order to continue with the advancement of a whole school approach to our involvement in such projects, our teaching staff requires access to further training and professional development ;
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We are a community of non-university researchers, practitioners, and experts working for an innovative, sustainable and social Europe. We give impetus, encourage and support projects in Europe in school, vocational training, and community development, especially in the fields of digitalization, sustainability, culture, health, and migration. We support our partners in the development, monitoring, and formative-summative evaluation of innovation and research projects.
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Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg is an academic institution or an university in Lower Saxony, Germany.
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entreTime is a new entrepreneurship education service aimed at upskilling educators within higher education institutions and upgrading their pedagogical tools on this domain by providing a comprehensive training package. Following our specific philosophy which considers entrepreneurship as a holistic pedagogical teaching method (“teaching through entrepreneurship”), a unique academic platform for spreading entrepreneurial teaching and co-creation, also outside the traditional domain of business schools and economic faculties, will be set up and validated throughout three years of activity, engaging top-level educators across Europe.
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European Bioplastics, the association representing the interests of the thriving bioplastics industry in Europe. We encourage you to have a look around on our website, learn more about the opportunities and benefits of bioplastics and their contributions to a resource efficient and sustainable future, and discover what makes our industry grow at a rate of more than 20 percent per year. We at European Bioplastics are committed to driving the evolution of plastics by raising awareness across all relevant stakeholder groups about the benefits of bioplastics in reducing our dependency on fossil resources, reducing harmful greenhouse gas emissions, and using renewable resources more efficiently. European Bioplastics is uniquely placed in the industry with an extensive network of businesses, partners, and experts in the bioplastics sector across Europe and beyond. Our annual European Bioplastics Conference is the leading business and networking event for the entire industry. Feel free to contact us, if you would like additional information on bioplastics materials, applications, innovations, and business opportunities. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
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As the umbrella and national association, the DSLV represents the interests of the 3,000 leading German forwarding and logistics companies across all modes of transport through 16 regional state associations. With a total of 595,000 employees and an annual industry turnover of 114 billion euros, they are an essential part of Germany's third-largest industry (as of July 2021). The membership structure of the DSLV ranges from globally operating logistics groups, 4PL and 3PL providers to larger, owner-operated freight forwarding companies (SMEs) with their own truck fleets as well as charterers of inland vessels and railways to sea, air freight, customs and warehouse specialists. DSLV is the political mouthpiece as well as the central contact for the federal government, for the institutions of the Bundestag and Bundesrat as well as for all relevant federal ministries and authorities in the legislative and law implementation process as far as logistics and freight transport are concerned. 
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The European Compost Network (ECN) is a European non-profit membership organisation promoting sustainable recycling practices in composting, anaerobic digestion and other biological treatment processes of organic resources.ECN represents 65 members from 27 European Countries. Members include all European bio-waste organisations and their operating plants producing bio-based products (organic fertilisers, soil improvers, growing media and, biodegradable plastics).Via the member organisations, ECN represents more than 4500 experts and plant operators with more than 48 million tonnes of biological waste treatment capacity.
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Our mission Our vision of a "Next Economy" is an economy of tomorrow that gives all people access to global prosperity and helps ecosystems to return to equilibrium. What does that mean in concrete terms? We empower people to take responsibility for their social and ecological actions and enable change on a very concrete and practical growth-independent level: in companies, communities and organisations. Labs of the future. This is where we start. At the same time, through these "labs of the future", we develop concepts for the political framework conditions that are needed to make sustainable changes possible for the entire ;By doing this, we want to contribute to making the word "future" a promise and a cause for hope again for all children and grandchildren.
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Do you want to commit to new markets in a sustainable way or are already actively involved? As a central point-of-contact, the international team at the Agency for Business & Economic Development (AWE) advises small and medium-sized companies and associations on development cooperation opportunities, including investments and sustainable projects. Mandated by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and powwered by GIZ and DEGm the epert advisors of AWE procide information, orientation and act as an experienced sounding board to your investment project in a developping ;
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The Centre for East European and International Studies (ZOiS) is an independent, international, publicly funded research institute. It focuses on foundational and socially relevant academic research on Eastern Europe and shares the results with policymakers, the media, and the broader public.
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The Leibniz IPHT pursues the vision of using light to find solutions to questions and urgent problems in the areas of health, the environment, medicine and safety to make life safer, healthier and cleaner. This vision can be succinctly summarised by the slogan “Photonics for Life”. The Leibniz IPHT explores photonic and biophotonic processes and systems for issues and applications in medicine as well as life and environmental sciences and pharmacy. This research takes place in the three programme areas of Biophotonics, Fiber Optics and Photonic Detection based on key photonic technologies and other enabling technologies. The application-oriented area of Biophotonics is the connecting link for all research activities at the institute and aligns this focus of research towards optical health technologies. The institute’s mission is focussed on exploring and translating biophotonic methods and technologies, whose resolution, sensitivity, specificity, speed, accuracy and automation advance into new dimensions. This lays the foundation for faster and more precise medical diagnostics, for new therapies, for safer medications, for a new quality of food and environmental analysis as well as for innovative safety technology. The Leibniz IPHT is focussed on ensuring that its research activities are used in the public interest and for the benefit of society and it therefore actively promotes technology as well as knowledge transfer across the board. The institute, together with its partners, maps the entire process from the basic technological research through to the translation to customised solutions for various applications in line with the motto “From Ideas to Instruments”. The translation of the knowledge gained for the benefit of users is a fixed part of the institute’s mission. In both its research and transfer activities, the Leibniz IPHT utilises research infrastructure, recognised as “outstanding” by the German Council of Science, which it manages independently as well as together with partners, or makes available to partners, and ensures that it is kept up to date.  
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Our mission is to build the digitally successful future of our customers in medium-sized businesses or banks and insurances, now. Vertical Change (the full name of our VC GmbH) offers services from: ⦁ Strategy and Business Design ⦁ Organizational Development ⦁ Personnel development, change ⦁ process optimization and automation, and ⦁ digital implementation of application scenarios or ⦁ SW programming We focus on holistic digitization across all company levels (means: 'Vertical') with experienced experts (and not horizontally arbitrarily broad). We deliver results by combining our strength of business consulting with systems integration.
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The Mercator Science-Policy Fellowship-Programme is a free programme that is designed to meet the specific needs of senior professionals in the public sector, the media, and civil society. The programme aims at fostering dialogue between senior professionals from different sectors and researchers from research institutions in Frankfurt, Darmstadt, and Mainz.
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DERlab is an association of leading laboratories and research institutes in the field of distributed energy resources equipment and systems, developing joint requirements and quality criteria for the connection and operation of distributed energy resources (DER) and supporting consistent development of DER technologies. DERlab offers testing and consulting services for distributed generation (DG) to support the transition towards more decentralised power ;
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EICT is the leading innovation platform for mobility. We combine our technological expertise in Intelligent Transport Systems with methodological know-how for excellent project results: as coordinator, communicator and innovation consultant by your side. With us, you shape your profile as an innovator and enhance your visibility as a pioneer of future technologies.  
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Our Business Priorities We believe in the importance of having a clear set of priorities to guide us through a turbulent and ever-changing environment. Our aim is to achieve long term sustainable growth and deliver value to all our stakeholders. Focus on patients We focus on developing innovative medicines and diagnostic tests that help patients live longer, better lives. Two-thirds of all diseases are either still not treated adequately or not treated at all. This medical need is enormous and better diagnostics and medicines can make a huge difference to the lives of millions of patients and their families. Excellence in science We strive to address unmet medical needs through excellence in science. Breakthroughs in science and technology increasingly allow us to find out precisely what is malfunctioning in the body and develop drugs to counter the problem. We focus on oncology, immunology, ophthalmology, infectious diseases and neuroscience, however we remain flexible and follow the science as new insights become available. Personalised Healthcare We combine our strengths in pharmaceuticals and diagnostics to better fit treatments to patients. When genetic differences can be identified, the efficacy and safety of medicines can be improved enormously. To this end we have a companion diagnostic strategy for every molecule we develop. Access to healthcare We aim to bring our medicines and diagnostic tests to as many people in need as possible. Every healthcare system comes with different challenges and we customise solutions for individual markets. We work with many different local partners to reduce barriers to accessing healthcare and establish innovative, sustainable ways to bring effective and affordable healthcare to patients. Great workplace We are committed to constantly strengthening and maintaining an excellent workplace where every person feels valued and respected and can grow to his or her full potential. Our people make our business. They discover, develop and manufacture our products and ensure they reach the patients who need them. We believe that the key to our success lies in our ability to attract, retain and motivate a highly skilled and diverse workforce. Sustainable value We run our business in a way that is ethical and aims to create long-term value for all stakeholders. We want to create value through developing medical solutions and we aim for as many people to benefit from them as possible. We believe that our success lies in our ability to develop strategies where both industry and society benefit in a sustainable way. Roche Pharma AG was founded 1897 as a pharmaceutical company in Grenzach, Germany, near Basel, where the headquarters, F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG, is located.
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CDSB is an international consortium of business and environmental NGOs. We are committed to advancing and aligning the global mainstream corporate reporting model to equate natural capital with financial capital. We do this by offering companies a framework for reporting environmental information with the same rigour as financial information. In turn, this helps them to provide investors with decision-useful environmental information via the mainstream corporate report, enhancing the efficient allocation of capital. Regulators also benefit from compliance-ready materials. Recognising that information about natural capital and financial capital is equally essential for an understanding of corporate performance, our work builds the trust and transparency needed to foster resilient capital markets. Collectively, we aim to contribute to more sustainable economic, social and environmental systems. For more information, visit or follow Climate Disclosure Standards Board on LinkedIn and Twitter 
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IMI’s EBiSC project has established a centralised, not-for-profit human induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) bank providing researchers across academia and industry with access to scalable, cost-efficient and consistent, high quality iPSCs for use in research and medicines development. Since its creation in 2014, the bank has grown considerably and now provides a large range of iPSC lines and services to academics, non-profit organisations and companies. Projects generating iPSCs can also make their cell lines sustainable by depositing them in the EBiSC catalogue, ensuring secure long-term storage and simplified access and distribution. The new EBiSC2 project builds on the achievements of the original EBiSC project, including improving its services and providing new iPSC lines and differentiated cell products.
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Agora Energiewende develops scientifically based and politically feasible approaches for ensuring the success of the Energiewende. We see ourselves as a think-tank and policy laboratory, centered around dialogue with energy policy stakeholders. Together with participants from public policy, civil society, business and academia, we develop a common understanding of the Energiewende, its challenges and courses of action. This we accomplish with a maximum of scientific expertise, oriented towards goals and solutions, and devoid of any ideological agenda.
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One of the Hottest Germany’s “Tech Jobs Fair” is going to be held in Berlin. This Fair is an event that connects Companies with talented Job Seekers, where Startups have a chance to hire exceptional Talents and Connect with investors. The event is open for all growth stages Startups, SME, Corporate. Job seekers of all experience levels are welcome. Our mission is to help Germany to become a global startup scene, where we can work together with all interested parties. We want to make Germany the best place in the world to establish a high growth startup.
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The ESPR aims to promote paediatric research in Europe and encourage collaboration between different specialised fields of paediatrics to maintain paediatrics as a unified, scientifically orientated discipline.One of the ways ESPR achieves these goals is by organising its own annual congress and co-organising others. These prestigious paediatric meetings attract thousands of experts in all fields of paediatrics, providing them with networking opportunities and exposure to the latest available research, treatments and patient care.
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Science on Stage Europe is a network for science teachers focusing on the exchange of best practice teaching ideas. The ultimate goal is to improve STEM teaching by supporting educators in their professional development and growth. By spreading innovative STEM teaching concepts among Europe’s science teachers we enable more students to gain the affordable skills they need for a challenging future and encourage them to consider a career in science, ICT or engineering.Since its launch in 2000, Science on Stage has reached about 100,000 teachers and teacher trainers in over 30 countries. A network of National Steering Committees in these countries provides the interface to their national STEM teacher communities. Moreover non-European countries have the possibility to join the network as 'Associate Members', spreading best practice STEM teaching ideas around the ;Science on Stage Europe is the umbrella organisation that supports its member countries with the realisation of their activities and helps with coordination of the national festivals. The broadening of the network, the acquisition of new members and various administrative tasks are carried out by the headquarters in Berlin.
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  Science on Stage - The European Network for Science Teachers …is a network of and for STEM teachers of all school levels. …provides a European platform for the exchange of teaching ideas. …highlights the importance of science and technology in schools and among the public. ...offers teacher trainings, teachers exchanges and national and international STEM festivals. The ultimate goal is to improve STEM teaching by supporting educators in their professional development and growth. By spreading innovative STEM teaching concepts among Europe’s science teachers we enable more students to gain the affordable skills they need for a challenging future and encourage them to consider a career in science, ICT or engineering. Science on Stage Europe is the umbrella organisation that supports over 30 member countries with the realisation of their activities and helps with coordination of the national.
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The Association of European Border Regions (AEBR) is a Europe-wide organisation representing border and cross-border (CB) regions with the aim to highlight their particular problems, opportunities, tasks and projects, and make them understandable and visible. It represents their overall interests towards national and international authorities and institutions. Initiates, supports and coordinates their co-operation throughout Europe, promotes the exchange of experiences and information to formulate and coordinate common interests from the various problems and opportunities of border regions, and offer solutions. It also promotes cross-border cooperation (CBC) structures, projects and programmes. It assists in the identification, preparation and implementation of CBC events and other activities. AEBR has its official headquarters in Gronau (Westphalia), in the facilities of Euregio (DE/NL). A projects' office is operational in Berlin, at the facilities of WeWork near  Hackescher Markt. An AEBR antenna is operational at .the Office of Extremadura in Brussels, and there are AEBR Info Centres in Belgrade (Serbia) and Kharkiv (Ukraine).
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Sustainability Initiative of the German Chemical Industry
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The German Cancer Research Center (known as the Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum or simply DKFZ in German), is a national cancer research center based in Heidelberg, Germany. It is a member of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres, the largest scientific organization in Germany.
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The CSSB devotes itself to infection biology and medicine by utilizing structural and molecular biology methods and imaging techniques in conjunction with systems biology approaches. Our purpose is to unravel the underlying mechanisms of important pathogenic processes in order to discover more effective treatment options against bacterial and viral pathogens. To achieve this goal, CSSB uses the world-class research infrastructures on the DESY campus. CSSB is a joint initiative of ten research partners from Northern Germany, including three universities and six research institutes. We endeavor to become a leading international research centre in the city of Hamburg.
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Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, SWP) advises political decision-makers on international politics and foreign and security policy. Our services are orientated primarily towards the German government and Bundestag, as well as relevant international organisations such as the European Union, NATO and the United Nations.
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Environmental Action Germany is an officially approved charitable organization that works in the fields of environmental and consumer protection. It has been awarded the DZI Seal-of-Approval. Testamentary donations are exempt from estate, inheritance and gift taxes in Germany.
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The Lower Saxony State Institute for the Quality Development in Schools is subordinated Authority to the Ministry of Education. It is responsible for the conception, implementation and realization of qualifying courses for both heads of schools as well as teachers following the Lower Saxony education policy. Besides that it houses the Lower Saxony School Inspection as well as a central department for evaluation.
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Hochschule für Technik is one of ten institutes for higher education in Stuttgart.
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The Renewables Grid Initiative is a unique collaboration of environmental NGOs and transmission system operators from across Europe. We promote transparent, environmentally sensitive grid development to enable the further steady growth of renewable energy and the energy transition.
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Founded in 1974, EMBL is Europe’s flagship laboratory for the life sciences – an intergovernmental organisation with more than 80 independent research groups covering the spectrum of molecular biology. It operates across five sites: Heidelberg,Hamburg, Grenoble, Monterotondo and EMBL-EBI Hinxton.
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Quadriga University of Applied Sciences Berlin is committed to modern, integrated management training and educates managers in communication and human resources management, as well as public affairs. Through its cross-subject structure, Quadriga University of Applied Sciences offers an education that meets the requirements in management, communications and public affairs.In addition to part time degree programmes, the Quadriga University of Applied Sciences offers a wide range of specialist further education courses for managers in business and politics. The aim of the executive programme is to make a significant contribution to extensive and constant professionalisation of the modern professional world.
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The EU Integration Forum is a ground-breaking initiative launched by the Robert Bosch Stiftung to bring together some 80 young leaders from all 28 EU Members States and all levels of government once a year to debate the challenges facing the European Union, and to create an EU-wide network of young leaders and thinkers committed to helping shape the Union
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The ECI Campaign is an organization exclusively working for the successful introduction and implementation of the European Citizens
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Professional Congress Organiser - INTERPLAN specialises in organising small to large sized medical conferences and associated exhibitions. The Company is based in Munich with Offices in Hamburg, Leipzig and Berlin. Over the years Interplan has gained valuable expertise in the field of medical conference organising.
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The Research and Transfer Centre Applications of Life Sciences (abbreviation: FTZ-ALS) of the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW Hamburg) was established in August 2007. The FTZ-ALS is an institution of the Faculty of Life Sciences of the HAW Hamburg. As a research and development institute, the centre offers local, national and international project-related approaches to solving problems primarily in the field of Life Sciences (incl. biotechnology, medical engineering, pharmacology and environmental protection technology) as well as superordinate topics such as energy, climate protection and sustainability.
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The Academy of European Law (ERA) enables judges, lawyers in private practice, business and public administration, academics and others who encounter legal issues in their work to gain a wider and deeper knowledge of the diverse aspects of European law. Through conferences, seminars, study visits, language courses, training projects and publications, it serves as an interface between the European legal profession and the decision-making centres of Brussels, Luxembourg and Strasbourg.
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Eurescom is a leading European provider of project management services in the high-tech area. The company's focus is on research and development in the information and communications technologies sector. Eurescom's mission is to enable innovation through collaboration. The company has two decades of experience in managing multinational collaborative R&D projects, programmes, and initiatives in the ICT sector.
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The CSCP is an international non-profit organisation, born from the collaboration between the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy. The Centre contributes to the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation, signed at the UN World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002, to promote sustainable patterns of consumption and production (SCP).This support includes testing, implementation and monitoring of concrete projects, especially in developing countries, using life cycle thinking and regional perspectives as guiding principles.The CSCP works with national governments, regional and local authorities, the private sector, consumer groups and supports for capacity building and training approaches as an integral part of its programmes. Our organisation works within the areas of
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Chemie-Cluster Bayern is a market-focused R&D network of companies, research institutes and political institutions, which make a significant contribution to the value added in the Bavarian chemical industry. Here, the cluster understands itself as an interdisciplinary catalyser for innovation, which is of long-term benefit for Bavaria as a chemical and business location through R&D cooperation with companies or Start-ups.As the representative of a reliable, established and central supplier industry for nearly all innovate business areas, Chemie-Cluster Bayern strongly includes cross-sector industry and research projects in its project portfolio: by emphasising the leading role of the chemical industry as a driver of innovation, value added is created for its cluster members. As regards chemical research in Bavaria, Chemie-Cluster Bayern operates as a generic research network with a clear relation to application and markets.The objective of the cluster management is profit-oriented balancing of existing knowledge and an increase of its marketability: Thanks to R&D projects with industrial companies and local authorities, new, regional markets are created and relevant market analyses conducted in cooperation with the cluster partners.
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Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum (SEZ) is an independent economic entity within the Steinbeis Foundation. It was founded in March 1990 as the operational unit of the Commissioner for Europe of Baden-Württemberg's Minister of Economics. SEZ's core activity is to promote European RTD programmes and to support cross-border technology transfer. These activities are supported by the Enterprise Europe Network of the European Commission. SEZ has offices in Stuttgart and Karlsruhe.
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DLR is Germany's national research center for aeronautics and space. Its extensive research and development work in aeronautics, space, transportation and energy is integrated into national and international cooperative ventures.The Institute of Communications and Navigation develops and investigates new systems and methods for radio transmission and positioning. These are widely used in broadcasting multimedia contents as well as for internet connection of satellites, airplanes and remote areas. In the field of high rate data communications between satellite and ground the Institute works on optical free-space transmission methods.In satellite navigation the Institute puts emphasis on safety-critical applications, which require a reliable positioning and timing information, and on positioning in urban canyons and indoors.
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The Language Teaching Centre (SLI) of the University of Freiburg is open year-round and offers intensive and extensive courses in over 20 languages. There are courses which take place during University terms, focus on vocabulary for speciality areas or prepare students for examinations. Upon request, courses can be custom designed to offer more flexibility and suit the needs of partner universities or groups.Small class sizes and intensive support from motivatedand committed instructors lead to a high level of learning success. Self-study and blended learning are offered in the fully digitalized language laboratories. All courses are in compliance with international quality standards and are oriented on the Common European Framework of Reference of Languages (CEFR). This allows the SLI to issue credit points for its courses.The Language Teaching Centre is an active memberof the European Language Council and of CercleS –the European association of language centres. It also organizes events and conferences such as the International Conference about Language Policy and Language Teaching.
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CRN is actively involved in scientific research, teaching and cultural activities that link the realm of ideas with everyday experience. As our name indicates, we work internationally and cross-culturally. Only through thoughtful comparison can we interpret our local reality, render it more comprehensible and develop strategies to address the issues that affect our everyday lives. CRN performs research both as a partner within international consortia as within the scope of its own projects. CRN publishes a working paper series that communicates the work of its members to a wider audience.
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oikos Visionoikos stands at the forefront of a growing momentum towards sustainable development at universities around the world. As a leading reference point for the promotion of sustainability change agents, oikos members from various academic backgrounds inspire students of Management and Economics on a global scale and advance the integration of sustainable development into teaching and research at their faculties.oikos MissionOur Mission is to strengthen action competence for sustainable development among tomorrow’s decision makers. To target this objective, weincrease awareness for sustainability opportunities and challenges focussing on students of management and economicsfoster their ability not only to analyse long-term economic, environmental and social trends, but also implement sustainability driven innovationcreate institutional support for these learning processes through the integration of sustainability issues in research and teaching at the world’s faculties for management and economics.
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Díaz & Hilterscheid Unternehmensberatung GmbH (www.diazhilterscheid.de) provides customers with personalized consulting in Financial Services, IT Management & Quality Services, Training Services and IT Law. Among the customers are companies of the financial, software development and industrial sector.The company’s philosophy is to combine economical and technical competences, achieving the customer needs on a sustainable and successful project.
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Global challenges require local solutions and global governance. Protecting the climate, biodiversity, air quality and freshwater resources needs international commitment and cooperation between all levels of government.ICLEI is an:Association of over 1,200 local governments that represents the interests of local authorities within the United Nations and at international policy forums.A movement driving positive change on a global scale through programmes and campaigns on local sustainability.A resource centre offering information, tools, networking, training and consulting services.ICLEI is the only network of sustainable cities operating worldwide. The organisation facilitates local government input to United Nations (UN), processes such as the UN Framework Conventions on Climate Change, and Biodiversity. In partnership with the UN and other organisations, as well as national governments, ICLEI puts in the groundwork for more ambitious and more responsible international commitments - and seeks global recognition and support for local action.
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HighTech Europe, Network of Excellence for food processing
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For the past several years we have been intensively researching and teaching in the following fields:E-LearningKnowledge ManagementDecision Support SystemsSkill- / Competence ManagementThis broad range of topics leads to synergistic effects, affording creative and innovative results indicated by numerous publications – national and international. The faculty’s fields of activities are reflected in  many R&D projects. Together with national and international partners, we build a bridge between theory and praxis, university and business.
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AGEG Consultants eG is an internationally recognised consulting company for development policy and international cooperation. We offer professional know-how and services for short and long term projects in diverse areas of activity in development aid. For over 20 years now, bilateral and multilateral organisations, NGOs, foundations, academic institutes and private clients have relied on AGEG’s expertise. Our commitment to their goals has led to a trusted and successful cooperation throughout all phases of a project –from planning to implementation and evaluation. Established working relations exist with numerous clients, including among others GTZ and KfW Entwicklungsbank in Germany, as well as the European Commission and the World Bank.
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The Center for EUropean Studies (CEUS) at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management is an academic center that integrates both research and educational programs on European economic topics. Each year CEUS invites researchers from universities, international organizations and financial institutions to participate in a workshop on topics related to European economic integration.
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The IBBK (International Biogas and Bioenergy Centre of Competence) is a combination and network of experts and companies, as well as groups of interest and educational institutes in the field of biogas and bioenergy.The work of the IBBK covers regional, national and international activities. The Centre of Competence is setting up an additional impulse beyond the traditional lobby work and is striving to cover the growing demand for independent, neutral dissemination of information in the field of biogas and bioenergy. The main emphasis is in educational and project work.
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The Lower Saxony State Institute for Teacher Education and School Development (NiLS) has about 70 full-time members of staff who have been working successfully for more than 25 years.NiLS initiates and supports processes of quality development at schools and in the education system in Lower Saxony bydeveloping curricula, guidelines and evaluating schoolbooksstate-wide coordination, evaluation and documentation of pilot schemesoffering further education for teachersEuropean and international projects in educationdeveloping and establishing competencies in school and quality managementFor more than 10 years now, the project group European and International Affairs at the NiLS has been coordinating and operating the European and international education collaboration of Lower Saxony.
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The Institute for Communication Economics (ICE) at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München was established in autumn 2006 by the Deutsche Telekom Stiftung and is chaired by Professor Tobias Kretschmer.In research and teaching the team of the Institute for Communication Economics is focused on economic principles in network industries, for example the markets for mobile phones and video games. In these markets the utility of an individual customer depends on the consumption decisions of all customers which leads to fundamental differences in market structure and corporate strategies compared to conventional industries.
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We tap the Sun!Your partner for the use of solar-energy and renewables!
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The European Academy for Taxes, Economy & Law offers expertise in the core areas of common European law and regulations: EU Funding, Taxes, State Aid, Energy & the Environment, IT, Internal Affairs and Internal Security.With the aid of European and National experts this knowledge transfer proceeds via different information channels, especially by publications and high class events designed as congresses, conferences, seminars and workshops. In-house Conference Managers research, analyse, check, filter and evaluate market information and conceive out of it practice-oriented expert meetings independently.The European Knowledge Network connects management and staff from all areas of civil service and the European economy to strengthen the network of expertise at large and to simplify their daily workload. EUROPE UNITED BY KNOWLEDGE.
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ISES works to achieve 100% renewable energy for all, used efficiently and wisely, by providing the global renewable energy community with a collective, scientifically credible voice and up-to-date information gathered and synthesized by its talented members.ISES, a non-profit UN-accredited membership NGO founded in 1954, has a long history of being the trusted global advisor on renewable energy and this remains its core value.ISES informs and connects its extensive, diverse membership of researchers, academics, professionals, practitioners, businesses, decision makers, and advocates in more than 100 countries.ISES promotes solar research and development, provides authoritative advice on renewable energy issues worldwide, advocates for a sustainable global solar industry, supports career growth of Young ISES members, and promotes energy education at all levels.
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Cagintua e.V. engages in Democratic dialogue, integration work and Cultural exchange. We work with many other organisations in the state of Brandenburg in Germany to carry our our projects. Some of our past successful projects include:What can we do as refugees to make Africa a better place to live and not to flee? Network and Dialogue against Discrimination. The police, the city and the migrants, Project DEMVOTE, Students and migrants cultural exchange. For details about our project and to learn more about this organisation please visite the organisation website.
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The Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe (IAMO) addresses urgent scientific and social issues in agricultural and food economics and rural areas. Main regions under review include Central and Eastern Europe and Central and Eastern Asia. Research work performed at IAMO focuses on change in agricultural policy, trends in agricultural markets and structural change at enterprise level and in rural areas.
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The Business Development and Technology Transfer Corporation of Schleswig-Holstein (WTSH) is the
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University Duisburg-Essen is a large German University with a 2 campus site structure, covering all faculties and areas with about 23,000 students. My department deals with EU projects.
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The European Optical Society (EOS), founded in 1991, serves as the joint forum for all individuals, companies, organisations, educational institutions, and learned and professional societies, who recognise the opThe purpose of the society is to contribute to progress in optics and related sciences, and to promote their applications at the European and international levels, by bringing together individuals and legal entities involved in these disciplines and their applications.
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Founded in 1999, The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (ICD) is an international, not-for profit, non-governmental organization with headquarters in Berlin, Germany. Over the past decade the ICD has grown to become one of Europe
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The International Institute of Public Finance (IIPF) is the world organization of Public Finance economists. It is the pre-eminent academic institution for study and research on economic public policy topics, and the platform of choice for the establishment of contacts and exchange of opinions on policy matters among scholars of all nationalities. Membership of the IIPF stands at around 800 members from fifty countries.
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The main activities of the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research (IGD) are the development of product prototypes (hard- and software) and the realization of concepts, models, and solutions for computer graphics and its adaption to specific application requirements. The work is rounded off by object-oriented basic research projects and the realization of single devices and computer graphics systems with pilot character.
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We are developing innovative computerized Techniques for new processes, products and services.Life Sciences Cell Image Analysis and Interpretation Motion Analysis High-Content Screening Spectrum Analysis Computational Systems BiologyMultimedia Image Analysis Ontologies Video Recognition Image Data BasesData/Image/Web Mining Classification Clustering Case-Based ReasoningWorld Wide Web Recommendation Systems Behavioral Targeting Customer Profile Analysis Detection of rare/novel Events Internet of Things
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IMTF is an international organisation that acts as a catalyst for charitable giving to music. A network of music experts, IMTF acts as a clearinghouse for donors, advising on and facilitating philanthropic investments in the field of music worldwide. With the mission to enrich lives through music, IMTF aims to advance strategic music philanthropy and foster a vibrant and diverse music life. IMTF creates impact and leverages resources for strengthening a vibrant and diverse music sector by identi
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The Paritätishce Bildungswerk is a NGO providing general and vocational programmes of further education. It is a registered society closely co-operating with its umbrella organisation, the PARIT
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The Enterprise Europe Network offers support and advice to businesses across Europe and helps them make the most of the opportunities in the European Union. Our services are specifically designed for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) but are also available to all businesses, research centres and Universities across Europe. The Network is made up of close to 600 partner organisations in more than 40 countries, promoting competitiveness and innovation at the local level in Europe and beyond.
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NanoBioNet is a powerful network of universities, research institutes, hospitals, and private companies from the fields of technology transfer, business, and finance. Its members come from various segments such as biotechnology, chemical nanotechnology, the pharmaceuticals industry, or medical engineering. Their shared interest: to create new, innovative products and jobs, support research and development and to inform the general public about the exciting world of nano- and biotechnology.
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OTTI (Ostbyerisches Technologie-Transfer-Institut e. V.) is a non-profit organisation founded in 1977. Its aim is the stimulation of the industrial economy and the support of the co-operation between science and industry. OTTI has a 30-person strong team who proffer seminars, specialist forums and conferences. About 5000 specialists and managerial personnel from business, administration and science take part every year.
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NEMO, the Network of European Museum Organisations,is an independent network of museum associations and similar bodies representing the museum community of Europe. In order to support museums to fulfil their role as cultural agencies, learning places and keepers of cultural heritage NEMO campaigns for European policies. It supports museums in learning from each other through networking and co-operation and ensures information flows both ways between European institutions and museums.
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Over 60 years, we have been unstinting advocates of European integration through our international and interdisciplinary study programmes.The Centre international de formation européenne - CIFE - is a private institution of higher education and research, founded in 1954 with its head office in Nice and branch offices in Berlin, Bruxelles and Istanbul. It receives special funding in the framework of the Jean Monnet Programme of the European Union. Every year, students from all continents and a great variety of countries enroll in its programmes, which lead to a degree at Master level (EQF 7) recognised by the French state. 
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The European College of Sport Science (ECSS) is the leading association of sport scientists at the European level and practices extensive cooperations with corresponding non-European associations. The purpose of the ECSS is the promotion of science and research, with special attention to sport science across Europe and beyond. One of the key objectives of the ECSS is the promotion of junior scientists and the fostering of state-of-the-art research.
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19 b-solutions – Funding of youth psychiatric care across Dutch-German border
11 Jul 2024
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For more information on EU regional policy, please visit our website: https://europa.eu/!Yy67HF Follow us on: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EUinmyregion - Twitter: https://twitter.com/euinmyregion - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/euinmyregion/
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regions 21 b-solutions – Animal health law exemptions between Netherlands and Germany – Horse-riding fee
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11 Jul 2024
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regions 22 b-solutions – French-German joint degree
22 b-solutions – French-German joint degree
11 Jul 2024
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health Towards quantitative equality data collection: Dutch G4 on discrimination and German Afrozensus
Towards quantitative equality data collection: Dutch G4 on discrimination and German Afrozensus
9 Jul 2024
European Public Heal...
Discriminatie.nl and Shinto Labs showcase the collaborative project funded by the G4 municipalities (Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam, and Utrecht) in the Netherlands. This project aims to create and implement an analytical and registration tool featuring an (almost) real-time dashboard to monitor discrimination incidents. Learn how this initiative is paving the way for national-level data collection and the impactful role of such tools in combating discrimination. Complementing the Dutch example, Muna Aikins discusses the German Afrozensus 2020, a large-scale survey on anti-Black racism and health. This session provides valuable insights into the methodology and findings of the report, offering lessons on effective data collection practices in Germany. Speakers: Jerrol Marten, Discriminatie.nl Regio Amsterdam, Director Jurriaan Souer, Shinto Labs, Chief Products Paul Fockens, Maurin Consulting, CEO Muna Aikins, Afrozensus - EOTO, Each One Teach One e.V. Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Predoctoral Fellow ABOUT THE EVENT: Racism and discrimination are fundamental determinants of health, profoundly affecting physical and mental well-being. They are far-reaching systemic issues, creating environments where marginalised communities face continuous social and economic challenges. Addressing these determinants is crucial for achieving health equity and ensuring that all individuals have the opportunity to realise their Right to Health as defined in Article 12 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. This two-day DisQo Stakeholder Network conference, organised by EPHA and OHCHR in cooperation with Artikel 1 Midden Nederland and De Hofnar Present B.V., brings together leading experts and stakeholders to address the pervasive issues of racism, discrimination, and their profound impacts on health, with a specific focus on People of African Descent. Through insightful case studies, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, participants will explore the intersection of these critical areas, share best practices, and develop actionable strategies to promote health equity. Join us in advancing the dialogue and fostering collaborative efforts to combat racism and improve health outcomes for all. Find out more: https://epha.org/events/the-right-to-health-of-people-of-african-descent-part-2-of-the-racism-discrimination-and-health-series/
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Podcast: Lessons for Irish Reunification from Germany
Podcast: Lessons for Irish Reunification from Germany
5 Jul 2024
IIEA
Prof. Tobias Lock gives a detailed examination of the constitutional and legal processes behind German reunification to highlight the substantial legal challenges that Irish unification would entail. Similar to German reunification, achieving Irish unity would necessitate negotiations at multiple levels: domestic, bilateral, and international, including with the EU. This process would involve integrating two distinct legal systems, addressing issues ranging from the routine to the contentious. Although the specific issues will differ between Germany and Ireland, Prof. Tobias Lock argues that the legal techniques used in Germany, such as frontloading, transition periods, and conflict rules could also be effectively applied to Irish unification. About the Speaker: Tobias Lock is a Professor of Law at Maynooth University and the founding director of the Maynooth Centre for European Law. From 2020-2023, he held the Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law and Fundamental Rights. Originally from Germany, Prof. Lock previously taught at the University of Edinburgh. His research focuses on EU constitutional and fundamental rights law, comparative constitutional law, and the relationship between EU law, domestic law, and international law. He is an EU law adviser to the Scottish Parliament and a member of the Royal Irish Academy’s ARINS project.
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Lessons for Irish Reunification from Germany
Lessons for Irish Reunification from Germany
5 Jul 2024
IIEA
Prof. Tobias Lock gives a detailed examination of the constitutional and legal processes behind German reunification to highlight the substantial legal challenges that Irish unification would entail. Similar to German reunification, achieving Irish unity would necessitate negotiations at multiple levels: domestic, bilateral, and international, including with the EU. This process would involve integrating two distinct legal systems, addressing issues ranging from the routine to the contentious. Although the specific issues will differ between Germany and Ireland, Prof. Tobias Lock argues that the legal techniques used in Germany, such as frontloading, transition periods, and conflict rules could also be effectively applied to Irish unification. About the Speaker:  Tobias Lock is a Professor of Law at Maynooth University and the founding director of the Maynooth Centre for European Law. From 2020-2023, he held the Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law and Fundamental Rights. Originally from Germany, Prof. Lock previously taught at the University of Edinburgh. His research focuses on EU constitutional and fundamental rights law, comparative constitutional law, and the relationship between EU law, domestic law, and international law. He is an EU law adviser to the Scottish Parliament and a member of the Royal Irish Academy’s ARINS project. Recorded on the 5th of July 2024
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cities EU- Belong Series #5 | Leipzig introduction #shorts #europe #story #germany
EU- Belong Series #5 | Leipzig introduction #shorts #europe #story #germany
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AER - Assembly of Eu...
EU- Belong Series #5 | Leipzig introduction #shorts #europe #story #germany
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migration Rejected but not yet returning: im-/mobility trajectories of rejected asylum seekers in Germany
Rejected but not yet returning: im-/mobility trajectories of rejected asylum seekers in Germany
3 Jul 2024
Migration Policy Centre
Our seminar introduced into the im-/mobility patterns over time of the rejected asylum seekers in Germany. Speaker: Laura Peitz (German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees). Chair: Martin Ruhs (Migration Policy Centre, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, EUI).
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education Digitaler Düsseldorfer Abfallrechtstag 2024 | Podiumsdiskussion
Digitaler Düsseldorfer Abfallrechtstag 2024 | Podiumsdiskussion
26 Jun 2024
Lexxion
Digitaler Düsseldorfer Abfallrechtstag 2024 | Podiumsdiskussion
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digital Keynote from Annalena Baerbock, Germany's Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs
Keynote from Annalena Baerbock, Germany's Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs
20 Jun 2024
DW Global Media Forum
Where press freedom is under pressure, freedom itself is in danger for all citizens. One highlight at #GMF24 was the keynote speech by Germany's Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs Annalena Baerbock, who addressed the political and societal responsibility of protecting freedom of the press and freedom of information, among other things. ------- In December 2021, Annalena Baerbock assumed office as Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs in Germany. She has been a member of the German Bundestag since 2013. Before her mandate in the Bundestag, Annalena Baerbock was Chairwoman of the Green Party of Brandenburg (2009-2013). Born in December 1980, south of Hanover, she now lives in Potsdam with her husband and their two daughters.
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Podcast: Franco-German Cooperation and the Ukraine War
Podcast: Franco-German Cooperation and the Ukraine War
19 Jun 2024
IIEA
About the Speech: Since the onset of Russia's war against Ukraine, the Franco-German engine has stalled. The two countries are pursuing fundamentally different policies, particularly in security, defense, and energy. Additionally, Berlin and Paris have failed to achieve significant progress on EU enlargement and reform. In this IIEA discussion, Dr Ronja Kempin will discuss the reasons behind the strained relationship between the two countries and assess how to bridge the divide and inject new momentum into the EU integration process. About the Speaker: Dr. Ronja Kempin is a Senior Fellow at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) in Berlin, advising the Bundestag, the German government, and the business community on foreign policy issues. Previously, she led the EU External Relations Research Group at SWP and advised the German Federal Foreign Office. In 2024/2025, she will hold the Alfred Grosser Chair at SciencesPo Paris. Her research focuses on European security and defence policy, particularly the EU's Common Security and Defence Policy, as well as France and Franco-German relations.
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Franco-German Cooperation and the Ukraine War
Franco-German Cooperation and the Ukraine War
19 Jun 2024
IIEA
About the Speech: Since the onset of Russia's war against Ukraine, the Franco-German engine has stalled. The two countries are pursuing fundamentally different policies, particularly in security, defense, and energy. Additionally, Berlin and Paris have failed to achieve significant progress on EU enlargement and reform. In this IIEA discussion, Dr Ronja Kempin will discuss the reasons behind the strained relationship between the two countries and assess how to bridge the divide and inject new momentum into the EU integration process. About the Speaker: Dr. Ronja Kempin is a Senior Fellow at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) in Berlin, advising the Bundestag, the German government, and the business community on foreign policy issues. Previously, she led the EU External Relations Research Group at SWP and advised the German Federal Foreign Office. In 2024/2025, she will hold the Alfred Grosser Chair at SciencesPo Paris. Her research focuses on European security and defence policy, particularly the EU's Common Security and Defence Policy, as well as France and Franco-German relations. Recorded on the 18th of June 2024
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Signpost - IRC Deutschland, the Winner of InnovAid 2023 - Video Interview
18 Jun 2024
EU Innovation Counci...
Interview with the winner of the European Prize for Humanitarian Innovation (InnovAid) 2023. #eueic #EUInnovAid
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science Übergabe der Nationalen Strategie für gen- und zellbasierte Therapien an das BMBF
Übergabe der Nationalen Strategie für gen- und zellbasierte Therapien an das BMBF
13 Jun 2024
Berlin Institute of ...
Am 12. Juni 2024 hat das Berlin Institute of Health in der Charité (BIH) die Nationale Strategie für gen- und zellbasierte Therapien an die Bundesforschungsministerin Bettina Stark-Watzinger (FDP) übergeben. Rund 150 Expert*innen aus unterschiedlichen Stakeholdergruppen haben das Papier erarbeitet und einen Fahrplan zur Verbesserung der Krankenversorgung und Stärkung des Standorts Deutschland im Bereich der gen- und zellbasierten Therapien entwickelt. Das Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung hatte das BIH mit der Koordination und Moderation der Entwicklung der Strategie beauftragt. Bei der Übergabe im Futurium in Berlin waren etwa 250 Akteure aus Wissenschaft, Wirtschaft, Politik und Gesellschaft aus ganz Deutschland zugegen.
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environment A pesticide-free EU: an opportunity to protect health (German version)
A pesticide-free EU: an opportunity to protect health (German version)
13 Jun 2024
Health and Environme...
Independent science shows exposure to synthetic pesticides harms children’s health. And the evidence is growing, fast. To protect children’s health, we need a #PesticideFreeEU! Here are our three demands: 👉 Swiftly negotiate a legally-binding, health-first update of EU pesticides rules to protect current and future generations. 👉 End the use of hazardous pesticides by 2035. 👉 Create pesticide-free areas and adequate buffer zones, which apply across the EU. Visit our website to learn more: https://www.env-health.org/campaigns/pesticide-free-eu/ #Pesticides #PesticideFree #ChildrensHealth#DiseasePrevention #ToxicChemicals #ToxicFree
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digital INNOVEIT Conference Berlin
INNOVEIT Conference Berlin
12 Jun 2024
EIT European Institu...
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education e-Learning: Working with the Works Council in Germany
e-Learning: Working with the Works Council in Germany
11 Jun 2024
FORUMInstitut
Trailer to e-Learning programme: 'Working with the Works Council in Germany' with expert Martin Koller-van Delden and Dominik Gallini. The law speaks of trusting cooperation. In practice, however, it takes hard work on both sides to achieve or maintain this level of trust when dealing with the works council and its members. The right approach and strategic negotiation skills in dealing with the works council are essential for the employer. This newly produced e-Learning offers basic knowledge and numerous practical tips under consideration of the case law. The aim of the e-Learning is to impart basic knowledge on the cooperation with the works council - from its establishment and day-to-day cooperation to resolving conflicts with the works council and its members on a best-practice basis. After attending the e-Learning, you will be able to deal with the works council and its members both from a legal compliant prospective and from a pragmatic approach. Your topics: - Legal framework, main principle, formation and types of the works council - Legal position of the works council and of its members - General rights of the works council, types of works council agreements - Co-determination in social matters - Co-determination in personnel matters - Co-determination in economic matters The e-Learning is aimed at employers, in particular - shareholders, - managing directors and board members, - HR managers and other employees in human resources - as well as executives from the business areas, who regularly deal with the works council. For more information on this e-Learning programme please visit https://www.forum-institut.de/seminar/24124153-e-learning-working-with-the-works-council-in-germany/35/N/0/0/0 For more information on our whole e-Learning programmes in English please visit https://tinyurl.com/22xzpw2j
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#GridsEmpower Electrification | Jan-Justus Andreas, Bellona Deutschland
10 Jun 2024
Renewables Grid Init...
#GridsEmpower is a collaboration between European grid operators, electricity industry actors, and environmental civil society, coordinated by the Renewables Grid Initiative. We believe that electricity grids are key for the future of European competitiveness, jobs, and energy security. Together, we advocate for an accelerated rollout of renewable energy that strengthens communities and enhances biodiversity. Click here to learn more: https://www.bit.ly/GridsEmpower
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politics L’art brise les murs - Mur de Berlin
L’art brise les murs - Mur de Berlin
27 May 2024
Council of Europe
La chute du mur de Berlin est le symbole des retrouvailles de l’Europe de l’Est et de l’Ouest. Au fil des années, le mur est investi par des artistes et des particuliers anonymes. Ces panneaux ont été choisis pour leur valeur emblématique : sous une phrase en français, le mot Freiheit (liberté) peut se deviner. Producteur : Conseil de l’Europe Co-producteur : Micro-sillons Concepteur·es : Charlotte Roux, Antoine Auger Auteur·es : Charlotte Roux, Antoine Auger, Anne Kropotkine Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/politique-de-confidentialite (https://ausha.co/politique-de-confidentialite) pour plus d'informations.
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renewable #MakeSolarEU: SolarPower Europe visit SMA Solar Technology's inverter factory in Germany
#MakeSolarEU: SolarPower Europe visit SMA Solar Technology's inverter factory in Germany
24 May 2024
SolarPower Europe
The European Union has set a goal of at least 30 GW European solar manufacturing, at each stage of the value chain, by 2030. By 2025, we need to have secured that 30 GW project pipeline. Right now, however, European solar manufacturers are facing a crisis, and need urgent support. SolarPower Europe's Deputy CEO Dries Acke visited SMA Solar Technology's inverter manufacturing facility in Germany, to discuss with Katharina Eickelberg, Senior Vice President Communication & Sustainability, about the key challenges facing the industry and what EU policy makers can do to support.
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security 🇩🇪 German Eurofighters patrol Baltic skies from Latvia 🇱🇻
🇩🇪 German Eurofighters patrol Baltic skies from Latvia 🇱🇻
23 May 2024
NATO
For the first time, jets assigned to NATO’s Air Policing mission are flying out of Latvia. A detachment of German Air Force Eurofighter Typhoons are currently based at Lielvarde Air Base, where they’re tasked with ensuring the safety and security of the airspace over and around Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. NATO aircraft assigned to the Baltic Air Policing mission regularly intercept Russian aircraft when they don’t use transponders to identify themselves or fail to respond to hails from air traffic controllers, meaning they appear on radar simply as an unidentified contact. The Baltic Air Policing mission is led from Šiauliai Air Base in Lithuania, where the Spanish and Portuguese Air Forces currently have fighters deployed. An additional nation usually covers the Baltic Sea from Ämari Air Base in Estonia, but fighters are temporarily stationed in Latvia while the Estonian Air Force improves the runway. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUBSCRIBE to this channel https://bit.ly/NATOsubscribe SUBSCRIBE to NATO News https://bit.ly/NATONewsSubscribe SUBSCRIBE to NATO History https://bit.ly/NATOHistorySubscribe Connect with NATO online: Visit the Official NATO Homepage: https://bit.ly/NATOhomepage Receive NATO updates via email: https://bit.ly/NATOemails Find NATO on FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/NATOfacebook Follow @NATO on TWITTER: https://bit.ly/NATOtwitter Follow NATO on Instagram: https://bit.ly/NATOinstagram Find NATO on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/NATOlinkedin Find NATO on Flickr: https://bit.ly/NATOflickr #NATO #OTAN #SecuringTheSkies
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digital INNOVEIT conference Berlin - Road to net zero with innovation
INNOVEIT conference Berlin - Road to net zero with innovation
15 May 2024
EIT European Institu...
Welcome to the Berlin-edition of the EIT's INNOVEIT event series! Which strategies empower changemakers to develop innovative, sustainable technologies for a greener future? How can different players work together to achieve the net zero goal and which role does the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) play in this? These and other questions will be answered at our INNOVEIT conference in Berlin on 15 May 2024. To kick off the Greentech Festival, the EIT Community invites all researchers, investors, corporate and start-up representatives to learn more about the initiatives, engage in insightful discussions and network with like-minded people who share the same passion for sustainability. The event is organised by the EIT Community as part of the EIT's flagship INNOVEIT event series and notably aligns with the Greentech Festival that takes place in Berlin that week. The conference will focus on the EIT’s role and impact in boosting green and sustainable innovation across Europe. Through engaging keynote speeches, stimulating panel discussions, inspiring pitches and networking sessions, participants will learn about the impact achieved as well as opportunities offered by Europe’s largest innovation network, including a potential new Knowledge and Innovation Community focused on the challenges facing the water, marine and maritime ecosystems.
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foreignaffairs German Foreign Climate Policy - Fostering Energy Transition and Combatting Climate Change Worldwide
German Foreign Climate Policy - Fostering Energy Transition and Combatting Climate Change Worldwide
13 May 2024
Institut français d...
On December 6, 2023 during the COP28, Germany presented its new Strategy on Climate Foreign Policy. The strategy seeks to build strong partnerships with countries worldwide in the fight against climate change, maintaining biodiversity and securing renewable energy sources. This strategy is a first in its kind and should be part of the external dimension of the EU’s Green Deal. While taking part in multiple international fora for climate cooperation, Germany also pursues its own interests by linking its foreign policy to climate and energy issues, which have been increasingly critical due to the war in Ukraine. In this context, and with the upcoming European elections taking place at a time of growing uncertainty for the climate cause, what is the potential of Climate Foreign Policy for Germany, France, and the EU? How can emerging, developing and industrialized countries mutually benefit from climate and energy partnerships, and what are the challenges to make these partnerships work? This event will present the main insights on Germany’s current strategy by looking at the development potential for climate cooperation. 12:30 | Welcome Marc Berthold, Director, Paris office, Heinrich Böll Foundation Eric-André Martin, General Secretary, Study Committee on Franco-German Relations (Cerfa) 12:35 - 12:45 | Study presentation on Germany’s Climate Foreign Policy Jeanette Süß, Research Fellow, Study Committee on Franco-German Relations (Cerfa) 12:45 - 13:30 | Panel Discussion Gaïa Febvre, International policy coordinator, Climate Action Network - France Alexandra Goritz, Policy Advisor – Climate Foreign Policy, German Watch Jeanette Süß, Research Fellow, Study Committee on Franco-German Relations (Cerfa) Moderation: Sarah Champagne, Program Coordinator, Energy, ecological and social transition, Heinrich Böll Foundation, Paris 13:30 - 14:00 | Q&A with the public
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economy On this day 9 years ago in Germany, the EIF backed @BabbelPlus with #venturecapital.
On this day 9 years ago in Germany, the EIF backed @BabbelPlus with #venturecapital.
13 May 2024
European Investment Fund
📍On this day 9 years ago in #Germany🇩🇪, Scottish Equity Partners backed @BabbelPlus with #venturecapital from the EIF. From a timely investment to leading the way in online #languagelearning 🤝 #30yearsbold
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employment Rene - Frontier worker from Germany
Rene - Frontier worker from Germany
13 May 2024
ETUC CES
This border bridge where I pass through every day to go to work is free, with no more barriers. This freedom goes with the people, and it includes also the freedom of speech.
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security Zeitenwende? Carlo Masala über die Verteidigungsfähigkeit von Österreich und Deutschland
Zeitenwende? Carlo Masala über die Verteidigungsfähigkeit von Österreich und Deutschland
8 May 2024
Austrian Institute f...
Redebeiträge von Carlo Masala, Politikwissenschaftler und Professor für Internationale Politik an der Fakultät für Staats- und Sozialwissenschaften der Universität der Bundeswehr München, im Rahmen der Veranstaltung Zeitenwende? Eine Zwischenbilanz zur Verteidigungsfähigkeit Deutschlands und Österreichs organisiert vom Austria Institut für Europa- und Sicherheitspolitik in Kooperation mit dem Multilateralen Dialog Wien - Konrad Adenauer Stiftung und der Diplomatischen Akademie Wien.
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security 🇩🇪 German Eurofighters in action as they patrol the skies above the Baltics
🇩🇪 German Eurofighters in action as they patrol the skies above the Baltics
6 May 2024
NATO
For the first time, jets assigned to NATO’s Air Policing mission are flying out of Latvia. A detachment of German Air Force Eurofighter Typhoons is currently based at Lielvarde Air Base, where they’re tasked with ensuring the safety and security of the airspace over and around Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The Baltic Air Policing mission is led from Šiauliai Air Base in Lithuania, where the Spanish and Portuguese Air Forces currently have fighters deployed. An additional nation usually covers the Baltic Sea from Ämari Air Base in Estonia, but fighters are temporarily stationed in Latvia while the Estonian Air Force improves the runway.
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culture EYE Berlin
EYE Berlin
28 Apr 2024
European Youth Parli...
EYE Berlin was all about empowering European youth! It provided an opportunity to engage with EU policymakers and for Youth to connect with each other. It was a space for young people to voice their ideas and opinions, and to collaborate on solutions with each other⭐️. EYE Berlin is co-funded and supported by @europeanparliament @ep_eye @bertelsmannstiftung @eonstiftung @gen.now_by_bertelsmannst @allianzfdn @europeanculturalfoundation @evensfoundation 🎥 by Laurent Hoffmann
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renewable Wind Energy in Europe 2023 - Germany
Wind Energy in Europe 2023 - Germany
25 Apr 2024
WindEurope
Read the full report at: windeurope.org/annualstats
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homeaffairs Interview with Antonia Fiore Faustini – »Moving at the Speed of Trust« Winter Academy 2023 (Berlin)
Interview with Antonia Fiore Faustini – »Moving at the Speed of Trust« Winter Academy 2023 (Berlin)
24 Apr 2024
European Alternatives
In this interview Antonia Fiore Faustini shares her ideas about how to build trust and solidarity. LINKS www.euroalter.com www.transnationalorganizing.eu www.trustwithoutborders.eu CREDITS Concept & Production: School of Transnational Organizing Video Shooting & Editing: Camilo Alvarez Garrido & Csenge Schneider-Lonhart
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homeaffairs Interview with Christian Lahusen – »Moving at the Speed of Trust« Winter Academy 2023 (Berlin)
Interview with Christian Lahusen – »Moving at the Speed of Trust« Winter Academy 2023 (Berlin)
24 Apr 2024
European Alternatives
In this interview Prof. Dr. Christian Lahusen shares her ideas about how to build trust and solidarity. LINKS www.euroalter.com www.transnationalorganizing.eu www.trustwithoutborders.eu CREDITS Concept & Production: School of Transnational Organizing Video Shooting & Editing: Camilo Alvarez Garrido & Csenge Schneider-Lonhart
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homeaffairs Interview with Duygu Kaya – »Moving at the Speed of Trust« Winter Academy 2023 (Berlin)
Interview with Duygu Kaya – »Moving at the Speed of Trust« Winter Academy 2023 (Berlin)
24 Apr 2024
European Alternatives
In this interview Duygu Kaya shares her ideas about how to build trust and solidarity. LINKS www.euroalter.com www.transnationalorganizing.eu www.trustwithoutborders.eu CREDITS Concept & Production: School of Transnational Organizing Video Shooting & Editing: Camilo Alvarez Garrido & Csenge Schneider-Lonhart
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homeaffairs Interview with Sujin J. Noël – »Moving at the Speed of Trust« Winter Academy 2023 (Berlin)
Interview with Sujin J. Noël – »Moving at the Speed of Trust« Winter Academy 2023 (Berlin)
24 Apr 2024
European Alternatives
In this interview Sujin J. Noël shares her ideas about how to build trust and solidarity. LINKS www.euroalter.com www.transnationalorganizing.eu www.trustwithoutborders.eu CREDITS Concept & Production: School of Transnational Organizing Video Shooting & Editing: Camilo Alvarez Garrido & Csenge Schneider-Lonhart
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homeaffairs Interview with Tania Mattos – »Moving at the Speed of Trust« Winter Academy 2023 (Berlin)
Interview with Tania Mattos – »Moving at the Speed of Trust« Winter Academy 2023 (Berlin)
24 Apr 2024
European Alternatives
In this interview Tania Mattos shares her ideas about how to build trust and solidarity. LINKS www.euroalter.com www.transnationalorganizing.eu www.trustwithoutborders.eu CREDITS Concept & Production: School of Transnational Organizing Video Shooting & Editing: Camilo Alvarez Garrido & Csenge Schneider-Lonhart
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homeaffairs Interview with Zandile Amy Ngono – »Moving at the Speed of Trust« Winter Academy 2023 (Berlin)
Interview with Zandile Amy Ngono – »Moving at the Speed of Trust« Winter Academy 2023 (Berlin)
24 Apr 2024
European Alternatives
Interview with Zandile Amy Ngono – »Moving at the Speed of Trust« Winter Academy 2023 (Berlin)
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culture President Metsola Adresses EYE Berlin
President Metsola Adresses EYE Berlin
19 Apr 2024
European Youth Parli...
The message from the President of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola, for the opening ceremony of the EYE Berlin.
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culture EYE Berlin Livestream Day 1
EYE Berlin Livestream Day 1
15 Apr 2024
European Youth Parli...
EYE Berlin Livestream Day 1
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culture EYE Berlin Livestream Day 2
EYE Berlin Livestream Day 2
15 Apr 2024
European Youth Parli...
EYE Berlin Livestream Day 2
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digital Accessibilité des formations : retours d’expériences & bonnes pratiques
Accessibilité des formations : retours d’expériences & bonnes pratiques
12 Apr 2024
Learning Technologie...
Comment concevoir des parcours de formations qui répondent au mieux aux enjeux d’accessibilité ? Animée par des passionnés de défis technico-pédagogiques de chez Very Up, cette Live Session vous livrera quelques bonnes pratiques sur les sujets d’accessibilité de la formation : questions clés à se poser lors de la conception, retours d’expériences en termes d’outils, défis relevés par l'hybridation des parcours… Responsables formation, concepteurs pédagogiques, équipes L&D, inscrivez-vous sans plus attendre pour échanger entre pairs sur ce sujet majeur de la formation.
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security Zeitenwende? Eine Zwischenbilanz zur Verteidigungsfähigkeit Deutschlands und Österreichs
Zeitenwende? Eine Zwischenbilanz zur Verteidigungsfähigkeit Deutschlands und Österreichs
9 Apr 2024
Austrian Institute f...
Begrüßung Dr. Werner Fasslabend, Präsident Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy Sebastian Enskat, Direktor Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Wien Podiumsdiskussion Prof. Carlo Masala, Universität der Bundeswehr München General Mag. Rudolf Striedinger, Chef des Generalstabes, Österreichisches Bundesheer Generalstabsarzt Dr. Nicole Schilling, Vizepräsidentin Bundesamt für Personalmanagement der Bundeswehr Moderation Michael Zinkanell, Direktor Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy
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digital SHIFTHUB Online DemoDay @Cologne
SHIFTHUB Online DemoDay @Cologne
22 Mar 2024
European DIGITAL SME...
SHIFTHUB Online DemoDay @Cologne
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energy #betd24 Sharan Burrow - Virtual Keynote
#betd24 Sharan Burrow - Virtual Keynote
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Keynote Speech @BETD.24 by Sharan Burrow, Principal Adviser at Just Transition Solutions & Former General Secretary, International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC). Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Bärbel Kofler - Keynote
#betd24 Bärbel Kofler - Keynote
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Keynote Speech @BETD.24 by Bärbel Kofler, Parliamentary State Secretary for the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development @BMZ, Germany. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Nidhi Pant - Young Keynote
#betd24 Nidhi Pant - Young Keynote
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Young Keynote Speech @BETD.24 by Nidhi Pant, CoFounder S4S Technologies. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Panel: Sustainability Standards in Green Hydrogen
#betd24 Panel: Sustainability Standards in Green Hydrogen
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Panel Discussion @BETD.24 on Sustainability Standards in Green Hydrogen moderated by Dr. Melinda Crane. Green hydrogen, produced with renewable energy, is going to play an important role in achieving greenhouse-gas neutrality - through decarbonisation of non-electrifiable sectors, replacement of grey hydrogen in chemical industry, provision of long-duration energy storage, and as a component of synthetic fuels for transport. However, in a number of countries domestic supply will not be sufficient to satisfy domestic demand, necessitating imports of green hydrogen both in the short and long run. Currently, the global green-hydrogen industry is still in an early phase, where pilot projects are being set up, but an international market with physical trade of green hydrogen and its derivatives has not yet developed. The session first takes stock of the current situation and then discusses the remaining challenges for suppliers and offtakers of green hydrogen that have to be solved in order to push-start international trade in the commodity. It also debates possible and essential pathways in the transformation of grey-hydrogen production through low-carbon intermediates to green-hydrogen production. The focus in the subsequent discussion is on the challenge of proliferating, non-uniform or missing sustainability standards for the production and transport of green hydrogen. Sustainability standards here include both the regulatory requirements for electricity procurement and greenhouse gas thresholds, as well as criteria to judge the social and ecological impacts in producer countries. Participants first discuss whether unclear sustainability standards are an impediment for international market development. They then debate how these standards could be harmonised regarding design, methodology, and governance – while taking into account both the necessities of the industry and the developmental needs of the producer countries. Apart from that, possibilities of interoperability and recommendations how to best cope with differing standards will be explored. Finally, session participants debate the role of green-hydrogen diplomacy in increasing the sustainability impact of international green-hydrogen projects. How can diplomacy help to make green-hydrogen trade a win-win business, with fair and sustainable rewards for both producer and consumer countries and their societies? Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Deep Dive: Decentralized Renewable Energy for Industrial and Commercial Zones
#betd24 Deep Dive: Decentralized Renewable Energy for Industrial and Commercial Zones
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Deep Dive session @BETD.24 on Decentralized Renewable Energy for Industrial and Commercial Zones moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Captive power plants are installed by industrial or commercial organisations on their sites. They are deemed “captive” because the electricity generated is not fed into the grid but is rather for the company’s own (and sometimes for neighboring communities’) use . During this session we only refer to clean captive installations powered by renewable energies. In the face of high-energy costs and, in some countries, frequent power shortages and lack of efficient transmission infrastructure, captive use of renewable energies can help mitigate these challenges the industry and commerce are encountering. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon. Subsessions
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energy #betd24 Sebastian Sipp - Stakeholder Interview
#betd24 Sebastian Sipp - Stakeholder Interview
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Stakeholder Interview @BETD.24 with Sebastian Sipp, CEO, STOFF2 GmbH, moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Stefan Wenzel - Conference Closing
#betd24 Stefan Wenzel - Conference Closing
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Conference Closing by Stefan Wenzel, Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action, Germany @bundeswirtschaftsministerium Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Jennifer Morgan - Conference Closing
#betd24 Jennifer Morgan - Conference Closing
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Conference Closing by Jennifer Morgan, State Secretary & Special Envoy for International Climate Action, Federal Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Germany . @GermanyDiplo Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Giulia Cancian - Stakeholder Interview
#betd24 Giulia Cancian - Stakeholder Interview
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Stakeholder Interview @BETD.24 with Giulia Laura Cancian, Secretary General, European Biogas Association, moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Joachim Goldbeck - Stakeholder Interview
#betd24 Joachim Goldbeck - Stakeholder Interview
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Stakeholder Interview @BETD.24 with Joachim Goldbeck, CEO, GOLDBECK SOLAR moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Nasrul Hamid - Stakeholder Interview
#betd24 Nasrul Hamid - Stakeholder Interview
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Stakeholder Interview @BETD.24 with Nasrul Hamid, Minister of State for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources, Bangladesh moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Pitch: Removing Capital from Coal Financing
#betd24 Pitch: Removing Capital from Coal Financing
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Pitch @BETD.24 on Removing Capital from Coal Financing moderated by Jennifer Porto. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Deep Dive: Holistic Solutions for Food and Water Supply Powered by Renewables
#betd24 Deep Dive: Holistic Solutions for Food and Water Supply Powered by Renewables
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Deep Dive @BETD.24 on Holistic Solutions for Food and Water Supply Powered by Renewables moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. The Energy-Water-Food Nexus refers to the interconnections and interdependencies between energy, water, and food systems. Holistic agricultural solutions that integrate renewable energy sources can contribute to sustainable and resilient approaches for ensuring an adequate and secure supply of water and food. Agri PV also referred to as agrivoltaics or solar farming, offers farms the opportunity to cultivate crops in a more resource-efficient manner and creating new synergies: They enable dual land use, allowing agricultural activities to continue underneath solar panels. This optimises land use, particularly valuable in areas where land is scarce or expensive. Moreover, studies have shown that the partial shading provided by solar panels in Agri PV systems can reduce evaporation, maintain soil moisture, and moderate temperature extremes, resulting in improved crop yields. Additionally, farmers can use electricity generated by on-site solar panels to power their agricultural operations, reducing energy costs and reliance on the grid, thus mitigating the impact of fluctuating energy prices. Other technologies such as solar irrigation systems (sometimes paired with water-efficient drip irrigation) have become widely recognised in certain parts of the world often replacing diesel pumps. Solar irrigation holds great promise, especially for smallholder farmers in the Global South who depend on rainfed agriculture and are thus particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. However, they often lack access to knowledge, technology and financing to adopt such solutions. Furthermore, solar offers significant potential along agricultural value chains, enabling better preservation and local processing of crops in off-grid areas. This not only enhances food security but also contributes to climate resilience of communities. During this Deep Dive, we will delve into strategies for driving the energy transition in agriculture, pinpointing remaining obstacles and identifying incentives required for progress. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Stakeholder Interview: CCU & CCS - Complementing or Derailing the Energy Transition?
#betd24 Stakeholder Interview: CCU & CCS - Complementing or Derailing the Energy Transition?
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Stakeholder Interview @BETD.24 on CCU & CCS - Complementing or Derailing the Energy Transition? with Viviane Raddatz, moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Panel: Start-Up Energy Transition
#betd24 Panel: Start-Up Energy Transition
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Climate Tech and Clean Tech start-ups and innovation are playing a crucial role in our net zero future. That is why the Start-up Energy Transition Global Innovation Platform (SET GIP) wants to give a voice to the innovators of tomorrow to ensure that, firstly, decision makers place energy innovation at the top of their agendas and secondly, that industry leaders employ innovation as the clear path to their decarbonisation goals. Get to know the winners of this year’s SET Award and find out what role they play in the energy transition with their start-up concerning specific sectors and/or regions. What role do start-ups and scale-ups play in times of crisis? How could technology and business model innovations leverage transition processes? And how could founders pave the way for meeting the COP28 goals? Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Dr Auma Obama - Keynote
#betd24 Dr Auma Obama - Keynote
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Keynote Speech @BETD.24 by Dr Auma Rita Obama, Germanist, Sociologist, Keynote Speaker, bestselling Author & Foundation Chairwoman, Auma Obama Foundation Sauti Kuu. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Kadija Kiba Simboro - Young Keynote
#betd24 Kadija Kiba Simboro - Young Keynote
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Young Keynote Speech @BETD.24 by Kadija Simboro, Founder, Farafina Eco-Engineering. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Panel: Just Transition & Gender - Leave No One Behind
#betd24 Panel: Just Transition & Gender - Leave No One Behind
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Panel Discussion @BETD.24 on Just Transition & Gender - Leave No One Behind moderated by Dr. Melinda Crane. As the expansive adoption of renewable energy gains momentum and economies are moving away from fossil fuels, we need to make the transformation ahead of us equitable and inclusive and treat it as an opportunity to dismantle structural disadvantages. By upscaling renewable energy sources in off-grid areas, we can provide reliable access to electricity in remote areas and thus strengthen participation. The need for skilled workers also holds the chance to break down entry barriers that women, especially those experiencing multiple forms of discrimination, and other minorities face. Only if they have a seat at the negotiation table, we can create energy systems that acknowledge the needs of people from different regions, backgrounds and gender. To initiate meaningful action and facilitate lasting change, awareness of the interconnectedness of gender and diversity must be raised within all social, institutional and political bodies, including within the energy sector. Intersectional perspectives are needed to raise awareness of different, complex forms of discrimination prevalent in our societies today. If we want to create a holistic energy system that works for everyone we need to consider multiple perspectives and knowledge and embrace diversity in decision making. In this panel discussion we will take a look at the steps that need to be taken in terms of policy design and energy planning in order to achieve a just and equitable energy transition. An intersectional approach prevents us from combating one form of discrimination at the expense of another. We will also debate the role of privileged groups in reshaping the structures that perpetuate discrimination and the concept of allyship. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Magda Fletcher - Stakeholder Interview
#betd24 Magda Fletcher - Stakeholder Interview
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Stakeholder Interview @BETD.24 with Magda Fletcher, Business Development Manager, BayWa r.e. AG @bwre.solarde moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Deep Dive: Community Engagement & Indigenous Knowledge
#betd24 Deep Dive: Community Engagement & Indigenous Knowledge
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Deep Dive session @BETD.24 on Community Engagement & Indigenous Knowledge moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Wildfires were breaking records this year and devastating droughts have affected the Amazon region while deforestation rates remain high. Even though Indigenous cultures have contributed the least to the climate crisis, they are often among the first to face its dire consequences. At the same time, the rights of indigenous peoples are rarely adequately represented in negotiations even though they possess tremendous traditional knowledge about the interconnectedness of the natural world. It is increasingly acknowledged that the recognition of Indigenous peoples’ rights is one of the most effective ways of safeguarding our remaining carbon sinks. Consequently, no roadmap to a just energy transition is complete without including the voices of Indigenous communities. What is more, community engagement can be crucial in ensuring local acceptance and connectivity of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects. Against this backdrop, this studio session will explore the importance of community engagement and Indigenous knowledge for the energy transition. We will hear from experts about successful community-led energy projects and consider the challenges and opportunities of incorporating Indigenous knowledge into energy planning. We will also discuss policy recommendations for an inclusive and participatory energy transition, including considerations for stakeholder engagement, cultural sensitivity, and intergenerational equity. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Panel: Financing an Accelerated Coal Phase-Out - Challenges and Solutions
#betd24 Panel: Financing an Accelerated Coal Phase-Out - Challenges and Solutions
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Panel Discussion @BETD.24 on Financing an Accelerated Coal Phase-Out - Challenges and Solutions moderated by Jennifer Porto. The science is clear: to keep the 1.5 degrees goal within reach, countries need to immediately end the construction of new coal power plants and phase out existing plants by 2030 in the OECD and EU, and by 2040 elsewhere. Momentum is growing with the Powering Past Coal Alliance as the leading international initiative for phasing out coal power welcoming twelve new members at COP28. Its membership now comprises almost 170 national and subnational governments and companies from the energy and finance sector. However, billions of dollars of public and especially private money are still being invested in the coal sector. In order to ensure a phase out of coal power, public and private finance flows have to be redirected from supporting coal towards renewable energy. At the same time, the retirement of coal power plants before the end of their lifetime requires a diverse range of policy measures and innovative financing solutions for the coal-to-clean transition as part of the broader efforts to align financial flows with the goals of the Paris Agreement. Examples include carbon pricing and air quality standards on the one hand, and new initiatives such as the Asian Development Bank’s Energy Transition Mechanism launched at COP27 and France-led Coal Transition Accelerator initiative at COP28 on the other hand. How especially existing coal assets and new investments including from the private sector into coal can be ended and what methods exists, should be discussed in this session. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 - 10 Years of Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue
#betd24 - 10 Years of Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue
21 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
We are celebrating the 10 Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue by looking back to the highlights in past editions. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Dr Hamed Beheshti - Keynote
#betd24 Dr Hamed Beheshti - Keynote
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Keynote Speech @BETD.24 by Dr Hamed Beheshti, Co-Founder & CEO, Boreal Light GmbH. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy BETD24 Benoît Revaz pitch skills shortages in the renewable energy sector some concrete exam
BETD24 Benoît Revaz pitch skills shortages in the renewable energy sector some concrete exam
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Pitch @BETD.24 on Innovations in Training - Navigating Successful Qualification for Renewable Energy Careers and Artificial Intelligence in the Job Market by Benoît Revaz, State Secretary, Director of the Federal Office of Energy, Switzerland, moderated by Jennifer Porto. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Elbia Gannoum - Virtual Keynote
#betd24 Elbia Gannoum - Virtual Keynote
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Virtual Keynote Speech at BETD.24 by Elbia Gannoum, CEO & Co-Chair, ABEEólica - Brazilian Association of Wind Energy and New Technologies & GWEC (Global Wind Energy Council). Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Amal Ridene - Young Keynote
#betd24 Amal Ridene - Young Keynote
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Young Keynote Speech @BETD.24 by Amal Ridene, Tunisian Young Climate Change Negotiator, Tunisian Delegation to COP26, COP27 & COP28. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Spotlight: Investment in Transformation - The Future is Renewable(s)
#betd24 Spotlight: Investment in Transformation - The Future is Renewable(s)
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Spotlight Session @BETD.24 on Investment in Transformation - The Future is Renewable(s) moderated by Melinda Crane. As the world continues to fight climate change, more and more money is being invested in the transition to clean, green energy. The agreement to triple renewables at cop28 in Dubai represents a step change in the world’s journey to a clean, secure and just energy future. In a sign of how much progress is being made, the International Energy Agency's world energy investment report predicts that solar investments will attract more than $1 billion a day by 2023. Led by solar, low-emission technologies are expected to account for nearly 90 percent of power generation investment. Yet, investment in clean energy technologies is still not significantly outpacing spending on fossil fuels; we need to make financial flows consistent with a pathway towards low greenhouse gas emissions and climate-resilient development. Furthermore, it is important to remember that investment flows into renewable energy and its technical components are currently unevenly distributed. There is also a need to reduce the cost of capital for developing countries to de-risk power system investments. The course for the energy of the future is being set now - in this session, we will look at financial instruments and policies that are essential to benefit the whole world. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Panel: A Global Renewables & Energy Efficiency Target – Commitment to Action
#betd24 Panel: A Global Renewables & Energy Efficiency Target – Commitment to Action
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Panel Discussion @BETD.24 on A Global Renewables & Energy Efficiency Target – Commitment to Action moderated by Dr. Melinda Crane. With the Paris Agreement, we are committed to keep global warming below 1.5 degrees. Limiting the rise of temperature to this threshold is still possible and requires a rapid end to the burning of fossil fuels, a faster increase in energy efficiency, and a significant expansion of renewable energy. At the COP28 in Dubai, the 198 signatory parties of the UNFCCC agreed to transition away from fossil fuels, to double the rate of energy-efficiency improvements and to triple renewable energy production capacities until 2030 – commitments that signal new momentum for the global energy transition. There are signs that warrant optimism: The global energy transition has picked up speed in recent times, driven by economies of scale in renewable energy technologies, favourable policy-making in a number of countries and the growing realisation that perpetuating the use of fossil fuels will be too expensive. Nevertheless, further acceleration is needed – in speed, scale, scope, and for eliminating regional disparities. The session discusses the current state of the global energy transition and highlights its recent success stories and remaining challenges around the globe. On this basis, participants debate how we can achieve the doubling-down/tripling-up targets set in Dubai through concrete actions. The focus of the discussion is on enabling policies that need an international or multilateral approach, on the role and recommendations of private actors, and on finance, whether from international financial institutions or from bilateral lenders, that has to be leveraged in larger quantity to reach the common goals. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Panel: Lessons From the Energy Transition in Latin America & the Caribbean
#betd24 Panel: Lessons From the Energy Transition in Latin America & the Caribbean
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Panel Discussion @BETD.24 on Lessons From the Energy Transition in Latin America & the Carribean moderated by Melinda Crane. South America is pivotal in steering the worldwide shift towards ecological sustainability, even as the impact of environmental alterations intensifies within the region. This region commands a rich tapestry of natural and developed resources and therefore holds the potential to significantly bolster global energy security and advance the cause of sustainable energy practices, provided that the region enacts robust policy frameworks. Furthermore, these resources could not only fuel the region’s own energy transformation but also serve as an economic catalyst, reversing a protracted period of modest economic expansion. Latin America and the Caribbean stand out with an energy matrix among the most pristine on the globe, setting a promising stage for future endeavors in clean energy sectors. Renewable energy sources, predominantly hydropower, are responsible for 60 percent of the region's electrical generation — double the worldwide average. This region also boasts some of the planet's most exceptional wind and solar potentials, particularly in nations like Brazil, Mexico, Chile, and Argentina. Bioenergy utilisation is a common thread throughout these nations, strengthening their position as significant biofuel exporters. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Francisco Ulloa - Stakeholder Interview
#betd24 Francisco Ulloa - Stakeholder Interview
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Stakeholder Interview @BETD.24 with Francisco Ulloa, Deputy Chief of Mission - Deputy Representative of Chile to the Climate Club, Embassy of Chile in Germany moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Deep Dive: Global Momentum - The Climate Club's Path to Sustainable Industry
#betd24 Deep Dive: Global Momentum - The Climate Club's Path to Sustainable Industry
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Deep Dive session @BETD.24 on Global Momentum - The Climate Club's Path to Sustainable Industry moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Zoltan Elek - Stakeholder Interview
#betd24 Zoltan Elek - Stakeholder Interview
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Stakeholder Interview @BETD.24 with Zoltan Elek, CEO & Founder, Landwärme GmbH moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Deep Dive: Methane - In search of the gas leaks to keep 1.5° in reach
#betd24 Deep Dive: Methane - In search of the gas leaks to keep 1.5° in reach
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Deep Dive session @BETD.24 on Methane - In Search of the Gas Leaks to Keep 1.5 Degrees in Reach moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Panel: Making Power Grids Fit for Renewables
#betd24 Panel: Making Power Grids Fit for Renewables
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Panel Discussion @BETD.24 on Making Power Grids Fit for Renewables moderated by Jennifer Porto. Electric cars and home storage systems can act as both producers and consumers and thus relieve the load on the grid. In the EU, around 40 percent of grids are 40 years old or older. At that time, however, grids were designed as one-way streets from the large electricity producers to the consumers. At the time, no one thought about decentralised renewable energies or wind and solar parks on land or at sea. But that is now set to change. In order to implement the European Green Deal, the EU Commission presented an action plan at the end of 2023 to make the European electricity grids fit for the future. The Commission expects electricity consumption to increase by 60 percent by 2030. In addition, grids are to become more flexible, decentralised and digital and cross-border electricity trading is to double. The cost: almost 600 billion euros. In the meantime, the grid should also become smarter and adapt demand to fluctuating supply. The roll-out of smart meters provides consumers with the necessary incentives. The enormous growth in renewable energies poses a major challenge for the local electricity grids, particularly in Africa. According to IRENA, generation capacities are set to increase almost tenfold to 530 gigawatts by 2040. However, many people, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa, are still not connected to the public power grid. Renewable energies, and photovoltaics in particular, nevertheless enable these people to cover their energy needs, often as part of stand-alone grids. Consideration is currently being given to how these off-grids can be integrated into the public grid and at the same time enable cross-border electricity trading, particularly of renewable electricity. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Urszula Zielińska - Stakeholder Interview
#betd24 Urszula Zielińska - Stakeholder Interview
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Stakeholder Interview @BETD.24 with Urszula Zielińska, Secretary of State, Ministry of Climate and Environment, Poland, moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Deep Dive: Financing the Decarbonisation of our Economies - European & Global Per
#betd24 Deep Dive: Financing the Decarbonisation of our Economies - European & Global Per
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Deep Dive session @BETD.24 on Financing the Decarbonisation of our Economies - European & Global Perspectives moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Artane Rizvanolli - Stakeholder Interview
#betd24 Artane Rizvanolli - Stakeholder Interview
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Stakeholder Interview @BETD.24 with Artane Rizvanolli, Minister of Economy, Kosovo, moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Glory Oguegbu - Keynote
#betd24 Glory Oguegbu - Keynote
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Keynote Speech @BETD.24 by Glory Oguegbu, Founder, Renewable Energy Technology Training Institute (RETTI). @renewableenergytechnologyt7785 Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Panel: How to Make Industry Policy Green and Sustainable?
#betd24 Panel: How to Make Industry Policy Green and Sustainable?
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Panel Discussion @BETD.24 on How to Make Industry Policy Green and Sustainable? moderated by Dr. Melinda Crane. Different regions of the world have recognised that domestic production of renewable energy equipment can be a key contributor to greater resilience. The EU plans to increase production capacity for eight selected key technologies to the point where they could meet at least 40 percent of European demand on average by 2030. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act seeks to boost U.S.-based manufacturing of clean energy infrastructure and equipment. The bill includes at least $15 billion in clean manufacturing tax credits to increase domestic manufacturing capacity for solar panels, wind turbines, and lithium batteries. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Panel: Overcoming Structural Change and Skill Shortages in the Energy Transition
#betd24 Panel: Overcoming Structural Change and Skill Shortages in the Energy Transition
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Panel Discussion @BETD.24 on Empowering Tomorrow: Overcoming Structural Change and Skill Shortages in the Energy Transition moderated by Jennifer Porto. The session deals with the critical issue of skill shortages in the renewable energy sector, with a focus on strategies to bridge the gap and cultivate a robust workforce. The focus will be on structural change, the often overlooked potential of women and targeted qualification measures for career changers in this domain. The discussion will draw insights from leading scientists investigating the labour shortage in the energy transition, addressing the challenges, potential solutions, and the importance of building a workforce capable of driving the green transition. Discussions will encompass gender diversity, targeted qualification measures, and innovative solutions to empower career changers and address the evolving needs of the renewable energy sector. The session illuminates opportunities in regions affected by the coal phase-out, emphasising the importance of green jobs and harnessing the expertise of the existing workforce. Join us in unraveling the pathways to a sustainable and inclusive energy future through skill development and structural adaptation. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Conference Opener - 10th Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue 2024
#betd24 Conference Opener - 10th Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue 2024
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Pitch: AI and the Workforce - Preparing Skilled Workers for an AI-Driven Future
#betd24 Pitch: AI and the Workforce - Preparing Skilled Workers for an AI-Driven Future
20 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Pitch @BETD.24 on AI and the Workforce: Challenges & Opportunities - Preparing Skilled Workers for an AI-Driven Future by Lisa Kratochwill, Business Development Innovative Energy Technologies, VERBUND AG, moderated by Jennifer Porto. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Annalena Baerbock - Welcome Address
#betd24 Annalena Baerbock - Welcome Address
19 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Welcome Address BETD.24 by Annalena Baerbock, Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, Germany. @AuswaertigesAmtDE Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Dr Robert Habeck - Keynote
#betd24 Dr Robert Habeck - Keynote
19 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Keynote Speech @BETD.24 by Dr Robert Habeck, Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK), Germany. @bundeswirtschaftsministerium Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Keynote Talk with Minister Baerbock and Guests
#betd24 Keynote Talk with Minister Baerbock and Guests
19 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Keynote Talk @BETD.24 moderated by Annalena Baerbock, Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, Germany, Ndiarka Mbodji, Managing Director, Kowry Energy Services, Fatih Birol, Executive Director, International Energy Agency (IEA) & Tom Alweendo, Minister of Mines and Energy, Namibia. @AuswaertigesAmtDE @IeaOrg The need for an ever faster and deeper energy transition was reiterated at last year's COP28. Its key decisions underscored the importance of transitioning away from fossil fuels and set ambitious targets to double energy efficiency and triple renewable energy by 2030. In the midst of this imperative, the case for the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has never been stronger. As a central international platform, BETD brings together diverse stakeholders from all over the world and provides a critical link to practical action. In keeping with this commitment, the opening of the 10th edition of BETD features a special discussion with host and Minister Annalena Baerbock. Distinguished guests from policy and business shed light on the challenges for implementing the COP decision and set the stage on which the conference unfolds. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Dr Simone Peter - Stakeholder Interview
#betd24 Dr Simone Peter - Stakeholder Interview
19 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
#betd24 Stakeholder Interview with Dr Simone Peter, President, German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE) @bundesverbanderneuerbareen moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Dr Gunar Hering - Stakeholder Interview
#betd24 Dr Gunar Hering - Stakeholder Interview
19 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
#betd24 Stakeholder interview with Dr Gunar Hering, CEO, ENERTRAG SE @EnertragVideo moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Fireside Chat: A Decade for the Energy Transition - 10 Years BETD
#betd24 Fireside Chat: A Decade for the Energy Transition - 10 Years BETD
19 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Fireside Chat @BETD.24 on A Decade for the Energy Transition - 10 Years BETD moderated by Jennifer Porto. A lot has happened since the first BETD ten years ago. Notably, renewable energy has experienced a remarkable upswing, with global expansion accelerating each year. Last year, renewable energy sources accounted for over 80 percent of all new electricity generation capacity, while the energy crisis triggered by the Russian war of aggression in Ukraine highlighted the issue of supply security. Simultaneously, the costs of solar power and wind energy as well as storage solutions continue to fall, making them the most economically attractive energy sources in many regions today. With ever better and cheaper batteries, wind and solar power can be stored for longer, thus further increasing their share. All the while, we see new financing instruments on the market, advancements in energy savings and phasing-out fossil, and reforms to energy markets and prices. Despite these successes, CO2 emissions are not being reduced fast enough and continue to rise in some regions. The next few years are therefore crucial. Because if we do not act immediately, by 2030 we will be emitting twice as much GHGs globally as are permitted to achieve 1.5 degrees. In this Fireside Chat the last 10 years of the BETD and the topics that have been explored in the panel discussion A decade for the Energy Transition will be revisited. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Martin Iffert - Stakeholder Interview
#betd24 Martin Iffert - Stakeholder Interview
19 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Stakeholder Interview @BETD.24 with Martin Iffert, Co-Founder & CEO, EP ENERGY POOL GmbH moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon
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energy #betd24 Panel: A Decade for the Energy Transition
#betd24 Panel: A Decade for the Energy Transition
19 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Panel Discussion @BETD24 on A Decade for the Energy Transition moderated by Jennifer Porto. A lot has happened since the first BETD ten years ago. Notably, renewable energy has experienced a remarkable upswing, with global expansion accelerating each year. Last year, renewable energy sources accounted for over 80 percent of all new electricity generation capacity, while the energy crisis triggered by the Russian war of aggression in Ukraine highlighted the issue of supply security. Simultaneously, the costs of solar power and wind energy as well as storage solutions continue to fall, making them the most economically attractive energy sources in many regions today. With ever better and cheaper batteries, wind and solar power can be stored for longer, thus further increasing their share. All the while, we see new financing instruments on the market, advancements in energy savings and phasing-out fossil, and reforms to energy markets and prices. Despite these successes, CO2 emissions are not being reduced fast enough and continue to rise in some regions. The next few years are therefore crucial. Because if we do not act immediately, by 2030 we will be emitting twice as much GHGs globally as are permitted to achieve 1.5 degrees. In this session, we will explore the question of how the energy transition can be further accelerated. At the same time, we will reflect on lessons learned in ten years of the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Deep Dive: Decarbonising Supply Chains
#betd24 Deep Dive: Decarbonising Supply Chains
19 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Deep Dive session @BETD.24 on Decarbonising Supply Chains moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. In order to effectively reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, companies need climate neutral supply chains – but getting there is highly complex. Companies can decarbonise their Scope 1 and 2 emissions relatively easily by avoiding their direct CO2 emissions and sourcing their energy purchases from renewable sources. However, most of the greenhouse gases associated with companies‘ products and services are Scope 3 emissions, which are generated upstream or downstream in their supply chains. For many companies, these emissions account for up to 80 percent of their carbon footprint. Accounting for these emissions is a major challenge which also makes it difficult to identify emissions hotspots within supply chains that need to be addressed. In addition, 80 to 90 percent of global trade is handled via shipping routes, which are currently still difficult to decarbonise. Nevertheless, great efforts are also being made to reduce emissions in this area. At the same time, sustainable access to critical raw materials is particularly important for the energy transition. Critical materials like neodymium, dysprosium, lithium but also cobalt, nickel and copper are the resources needed to produce numerous key technologies for the energy transition, including wind turbines, solar panels, batteries for EVs and electrolysers. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Bojan Petrov - Stakeholder Interview
#betd24 Bojan Petrov - Stakeholder Interview
19 Mar 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
#betd24 Stakeholder Interview with Bojan Petrov, COO at APEX Group moderated by Hajar Yagkoubi. Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2023, over 2,000 on-site and 17,000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 40 international delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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renewable #MakeSolarEU: SolarPower Europe visit Meyer Burger's solar cell factory in Germany
#MakeSolarEU: SolarPower Europe visit Meyer Burger's solar cell factory in Germany
19 Mar 2024
SolarPower Europe
The European Union has set a goal of at least 30 GW European solar manufacturing, at each stage of the value chain, by 2030. By 2025, we need to have secured that 30 GW project pipeline. Right now, however, European solar manufacturers are facing a crisis, and need urgent support. SolarPower Europe's Policy Director Dries Acke visited Meyer Burger's solar cell manufacturing facility in Thalheim, Germany, to discuss with Jochen Fritsche, Head of Cell Production (Thalheim), about the key challenges facing the industry and what EU policy makers can do to support.
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science How German Researchers Use Grass to Create This Traditional Soil Amender
How German Researchers Use Grass to Create This Traditional Soil Amender
5 Mar 2024
ESCI - European Scie...
Did you know that nature conversation and agriculture can go hand in hand? For example, to maintain the current state of protected open floodplain meadows in a national park, mowing is necessary. This produces grass. But the grass is not suitable for feeding animals or even for biogas plants, because the mowing takes place so late in the year, due to bird protection, that the grass has become very woody. The result is a large amount of unwanted grass that even the farmers who help cut it have no real use for. Sounds like a dilemma, but there is a solution. In this film you will learn about a collaboration between the Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB) in Potsdam and the National Park Association of the Lower Oder Valley in Brandenburg.They tackled the problem of unwanted grass in their area and developed an idea to turn it into a useful product, called biochar, with many applications. Biochar made from wood has been around for some time, and other organic materials have been experimented with as an input, so why not grass? Biochar is a soil amendment that improves water and nutrient retention and changes the microbial composition of the soil. In addition, the process of making biochar, called pyrolysis, generates large amounts of heat that could be used in a variety of ways. For more information about the realm of the EU-funded GO-GRASS project, and the processes at the German demo, visit our website (https://www.go-grass.eu/project/germany-biochar/) SOCIAL MEDIA ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ Website: https://go-grass.eu https://twitter.com/gograsseu https://www.linkedin.com/company/go-grass https://www.instagram.com/gograsseu/ DISCLAIMER ▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ The GO-GRASS project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 862674.
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science BIH Lecture 33: Peter N. Robinson
BIH Lecture 33: Peter N. Robinson
1 Mar 2024
Berlin Institute of ...
Lecture 33: Ontologies, Deep Phenotyping, and AI for Computational Precision Medicine On February 23, 2024, Peter N. Robinson gave his first lecture at the BIH as Alexander von Humboldt Professor in Artificial Intelligence. The bioinformatician is a pioneer in the computational genome and phenotype analysis of genetic diseases. His major work has been the development of the Human Phenotype Ontology (HPO), which is now a standard tool used globally to diagnose gene-related diseases. In his talk, Robinson reviewed their work in using HPO and other resources for computational precision medicine in rare and common disease. The lecture was moderated by Christopher Baum (BIH Board of Directors and Chief Translational Research Officer of Charité) Further information on this BIH Lecture: https://www.bihealth.org/en/notices/bih-lecture-peter-n-robinson-ontologies-deep-phenotyping-and-ai-for-computational-precision-medicine About the Speaker: https://www.bihealth.org/en/notices/peter-n-robinson-bridges-the-gap-between-data-science-and-applied-precision-medicine Further information on the BIH Lecture Series Frontiers in Translational Medicine - Scientific and Structural Challenges: https://www.bihealth.org/en/news/events/bih-lecture-series
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digital Germany: Connecting Halle (Saale) with NGA broadband
Germany: Connecting Halle (Saale) with NGA broadband
1 Mar 2024
DigitalEU
The NGA broadband expansion project in the city of Halle (Saale) held significant importance for the community, particularly given the presence of numerous universities and a substantial population of approximately 143,000 residents, including around 20,000 students. The area necessitated an upgrade in internet infrastructure to align with technological advancements and meet EU targets. Funding for the project was secured through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The implemented network has the capability to deliver speeds of up to 10 Gbps. As a result of this initiative, 1,900 households, 8 commercial areas, 724 businesses, and 59 schools have been successfully connected. This comprehensive expansion addresses the immediate needs of residents and contributes significantly to the city's technological preparedness and economic vitality. This video is part of the European Broadband Competence Offices Network’s programme promoting awareness of good practices in broadband projects as well as EU broadband funding and policy. Find out more: http://www.bconetwork.eu See more videos in the series: http://videos.bconetwork.eu More information here: https://kohesio.ec.europa.eu/en/projects/Q3331758
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energy #betd24 Konferenztag 1 LIVE 🔴 [DEU]
#betd24 Konferenztag 1 LIVE 🔴 [DEU]
28 Feb 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - https://www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2022, over 700 on-site and17.000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 50 delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Konferenztag 2 LIVE 🔴 [DEU]
#betd24 Konferenztag 2 LIVE 🔴 [DEU]
28 Feb 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - https://www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2022, over 700 on-site and17.000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 50 delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Conference Day 1 LIVE 🔴 [ENG]
#betd24 Conference Day 1 LIVE 🔴 [ENG]
28 Feb 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - https://www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2022, over 700 on-site and17.000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 50 delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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energy #betd24 Conference Day 2 LIVE 🔴 [ENG]
#betd24 Conference Day 2 LIVE 🔴 [ENG]
28 Feb 2024
Berlin Energy Transi...
Join the Dialogue on the global energy transition! - https://www.energydialogue.berlin - Follow us on X and Instagram: @greensofa_betd In the past years the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) has become a leading international forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector. High-level policymakers, industry, science and civil society are given the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a safe, affordable and environmentally responsible global energy transition. In 2022, over 700 on-site and17.000 virtual participants and viewers from more than 130 countries, more than 50 delegations with ministers and secretaries of state, and over 100 high-level speakers gathered virtually and on-site in the German capital to participate. The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue is hosted and supported by the German Federal Government and a joint initiative of German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), German Solar Association (BSW-Solar), German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
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culture Jewish Museum Frankfurt, EMYA2024 Nominee
Jewish Museum Frankfurt, EMYA2024 Nominee
28 Feb 2024
European Museum Forum
Jewish Museum Frankfurt, Germany Video Production: Urban Media Project © Jewish Museum Frankfurt
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science BIH Lecture 33: Peter N. Robinson
BIH Lecture 33: Peter N. Robinson
28 Feb 2024
Berlin Institute of ...
BIH Lecture 33: Ontologies, Deep Phenotyping, and AI for Computational Precision Medicine On February 23, 2024, Peter N. Robinson gave his first lecture at the BIH as Alexander von Humboldt Professor in Artificial Intelligence. The bioinformatician is a pioneer in the computational genome and phenotype analysis of genetic diseases. His major work has been the development of the Human Phenotype Ontology (HPO), which is now a standard tool used globally to diagnose gene-related diseases. In his talk, Robinson reviewed their work in using HPO and other resources for computational precision medicine in rare and common disease. The lecture was moderated by Christopher Baum (BIH Board of Directors and Chief Translational Research Officer of Charité) Further information on this BIH Lecture: https://www.bihealth.org/en/notices/bih-lecture-peter-n-robinson-ontologies-deep-phenotyping-and-ai-for-computational-precision-medicine About the Speaker: https://www.bihealth.org/en/notices/peter-n-robinson-bridges-the-gap-between-data-science-and-applied-precision-medicine Further information on the BIH Lecture Series Frontiers in Translational Medicine - Scientific and Structural Challenges: https://www.bihealth.org/en/news/events/bih-lecture-series
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energy Developing incentives for innovation by network companies: insights from Germany
Developing incentives for innovation by network companies: insights from Germany
28 Feb 2024
Florence School of R...
Developing incentives for innovation by network companies: insights from Germany
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"4 per 1000" Day 2023 - Mr. Cem ÖZDEMIR, Federal Minister of Food and Agriculture of Germany
20 Feb 2024
4p1000 Initiative
On the occasion of the UNFCCC COP 28 in Dubaï (United Arab Emirates), the 4 per 1000 Initiative: Soils for Food Security held the 6th 4 per 1000 Initiative Day on Wednesday, November 16th, 2022, in the Dubaï Dusit Conference Hall. The International Initiative 4 per 1000, launched by France on December 1st, 2015, at the COP 21, consists of federating all voluntary stakeholders of the public and private sectors (national governments, local and regional governments, companies, trade organizations, NGOs, research facilities, etc.) under the framework of the Lima-Paris Action Plan (LPAP). The Initiative aims to demonstrate that agriculture, particularly agricultural soils, can play a crucial role in food security and climate change. Supported by solid scientific documentation, this initiative invites all partners to state or implement practical actions on soil carbon storage and the type of practices to achieve this (e.g., agroecology, agroforestry, conservation agriculture, landscape management, etc.). The initiative encourages stakeholders to transition towards a productive, highly resilient agriculture based on the appropriate management of lands and soils, creating jobs and incomes, and ensuring sustainable development.
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"4 per 1000" Day 2023 - Dr. Martin Frick, Director World Food Programme ,Global Office Berlin
20 Feb 2024
4p1000 Initiative
On the occasion of the UNFCCC COP 28 in Dubaï (United Arab Emirates), the 4 per 1000 Initiative: Soils for Food Security held the 6th 4 per 1000 Initiative Day on Wednesday, November 16th, 2022, in the Dubaï Dusit Conference Hall. The International Initiative 4 per 1000, launched by France on December 1st, 2015, at the COP 21, consists of federating all voluntary stakeholders of the public and private sectors (national governments, local and regional governments, companies, trade organizations, NGOs, research facilities, etc.) under the framework of the Lima-Paris Action Plan (LPAP). The Initiative aims to demonstrate that agriculture, particularly agricultural soils, can play a crucial role in food security and climate change. Supported by solid scientific documentation, this initiative invites all partners to state or implement practical actions on soil carbon storage and the type of practices to achieve this (e.g., agroecology, agroforestry, conservation agriculture, landscape management, etc.). The initiative encourages stakeholders to transition towards a productive, highly resilient agriculture based on the appropriate management of lands and soils, creating jobs and incomes, and ensuring sustainable development.
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security HR/VP Josep Borrell | “The EU’s Next Geopolitical Agenda
HR/VP Josep Borrell | “The EU’s Next Geopolitical Agenda" | Munich Security Conference | 18/02/2024
19 Feb 2024
European External Ac...
“To be a geopolitical player, the European Union needs to build a strong defence capacity and be united. We are in a war situation that requires a different approach: from Ukraine to Gaza, the Member States must act together, quicker and better.” HR/VP at the Munich Security Conference 2024.
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renewable #MakeSolarEU - SolarPower Europe visit Solarwatt solar module manufacturing facility in Germany.
#MakeSolarEU - SolarPower Europe visit Solarwatt solar module manufacturing facility in Germany.
16 Feb 2024
SolarPower Europe
The European Union has set a goal of at least 30 GW European solar manufacturing, at each stage of the value chain, by 2030. By 2025, we need to have secured that 30 GW project pipeline. Right now, however, European solar manufacturers are facing a crisis, and need urgent support. SolarPower Europe's Policy Director Dries Acke visited Solarwatt's module manufacturing facility in Dresden, Germany, to discuss with Armin Froitzheim, Chief Technical Officer at Solarwatt Germany, about the key challenges facing the industry and what EU policy makers can do to support.
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energy Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany Remarks at the IEA 2024 Ministerial Meeting
Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany Remarks at the IEA 2024 Ministerial Meeting
14 Feb 2024
International Energy...
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EU Enlargement And Reform: Why It Matters And How It Can Be Done — A German Perspective
EU Enlargement And Reform: Why It Matters And How It Can Be Done — A German Perspective
13 Feb 2024
IIEA
The European Union is currently debating the two inextricably connected issues of EU enlargement and reform. These discussions are taking place against the background of a challenging geopolitical situation with wars in the centre of Europe and in the Middle East. In her address to the IIEA as part of the Future Proofing Europe project supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Dr Anna Lührmann, Minister of State for Europe and Climate of Germany, presents her views on these questions and challenges facing Europe in a moment of global tumult. About the Speaker: Dr Anna Lührmann has been Minister of State for Europe and Climate at the German Federal Foreign Office and a Member of the Bundestag since 2021. Prior to her current role, she was Deputy Director of the Varieties of Democracy Institute and Junior Professor at the University of Gothenburg and was a consultant to the United Nations Development Programme. She holds a PhD in politics from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
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The Zeitenwende is Not Enough – Germany Needs a Grand Strategy
The Zeitenwende is Not Enough – Germany Needs a Grand Strategy
13 Feb 2024
IIEA
According to Dr Benjamin Tallis, the Zeitenwende, Germany’s security transformation, remains incomplete. On its current track, it is also dangerously inadequate. Despite the manufactured budgetary crisis, the Scholz government needs to finish the task it started. This requires the courage to be honest with the German people about the state of the world – and of Germany. To prepare for the future, however, the country’s leaders need to think bigger and define a vision for Germany and the world it wants to shape. This will be difficult as German leaders have long been reluctant to discuss, let alone set, grand strategy. But now, with the world in flux and the old ways no longer working, Berlin needs to clearly lay out what it wants—and how it plans to get it. About the Speaker: Dr Benjamin Tallis is a Senior Research Fellow at the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) where he leads the ‘Action Group Zeitenwende’ as well as the DGAP Grand Strategy Group & co-hosts the podcast BerlinsideOut. He is the author of the concepts of Neo-Idealism and Team Power and of the books To Ukraine With Love: Essays on Russia’s War and Europe’s Future and Identities, Borderscapes, Orders: (Im)Mobility, (In)Security and Crisis in the EU and Ukraine. Benjamin Tallis worked on EU security missions in the Balkans and Ukraine and has researched, analysed, advised on and practiced European security for 20 years. He was recently awarded the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Medal of Honour – the Star of Lithuanian Diplomacy.
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digital Le futur de l'expérience apprenant : 5 incontournables bonnes résolutions pour 2024
Le futur de l'expérience apprenant : 5 incontournables bonnes résolutions pour 2024
13 Feb 2024
Learning Technologie...
Le futur de l'expérience apprenant : 5 incontournables bonnes résolutions pour 2024
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The Zeitenwende is Not Enough – Germany Needs a Grand Strategy
The Zeitenwende is Not Enough – Germany Needs a Grand Strategy
2 Feb 2024
IIEA
According to Dr Benjamin Tallis, the Zeitenwende, Germany’s security transformation, remains incomplete. On its current track, it is also dangerously inadequate. Despite the manufactured budgetary crisis, the Scholz government needs to finish the task it started. This requires the courage to be honest with the German people about the state of the world – and of Germany. To prepare for the future, however, the country’s leaders need to think bigger and define a vision for Germany and the world it wants to shape. This will be difficult as German leaders have long been reluctant to discuss, let alone set, grand strategy. But now, with the world in flux and the old ways no longer working, Berlin needs to clearly lay out what it wants—and how it plans to get it. About the Speaker: Dr Benjamin Tallis is a Senior Research Fellow at the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) where he leads the ‘Action Group Zeitenwende’ as well as the DGAP Grand Strategy Group & co-hosts the podcast BerlinsideOut. He is the author of the concepts of Neo-Idealism and Team Power and of the books To Ukraine With Love: Essays on Russia’s War and Europe’s Future and Identities, Borderscapes, Orders: (Im)Mobility, (In)Security and Crisis in the EU and Ukraine. Benjamin Tallis worked on EU security missions in the Balkans and Ukraine and has researched, analysed, advised on and practiced European security for 20 years. He was recently awarded the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Medal of Honour – the Star of Lithuanian Diplomacy. Recorded on the 2nd of February 2024
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banking Veronika Grimm at #ESMLunchTalk on Germany's energy crisis
Veronika Grimm at #ESMLunchTalk on Germany's energy crisis
1 Feb 2024
European Stability M...
The European Stability Mechanism (ESM) is the permanent crisis resolution mechanism for the countries of the euro area. Like its predecessor -- the temporary European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) -- the ESM provides financial assistance to euro area Member States experiencing or threatened by financing difficulties.
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banking Veronika Grimm at #ESMLunchTalk on Germany's migration
Veronika Grimm at #ESMLunchTalk on Germany's migration
1 Feb 2024
European Stability M...
The European Stability Mechanism (ESM) is the permanent crisis resolution mechanism for the countries of the euro area. Like its predecessor -- the temporary European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) -- the ESM provides financial assistance to euro area Member States experiencing or threatened by financing difficulties.
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energy Andreas Lange, University of Hamburg: “Goals and Pledges”
Andreas Lange, University of Hamburg: “Goals and Pledges”
30 Jan 2024
Florence School of R...
In this keynote lecture, Prof. Andreas Lange gives an overview of the evolution and functioning of climate targets. In particular, he analyses goal-setting under circumstances of uncertainty. One takeaway is that goals and pledges have a significant effect on climate action.
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banking #ESMLunchTalk (ep.06): with Veronika Grimm and Rolf Strauch - Germany's growth model
#ESMLunchTalk (ep.06): with Veronika Grimm and Rolf Strauch - Germany's growth model
29 Jan 2024
European Stability M...
The COVID 19 pandemic and the energy crisis have left their marks in Europe and especially in Germany, given its high share of energy-intensive industries. However, the projection of Germany’s potential output points to clear obstacles to growth in the coming decades, irrespective of the current economic weakness. In our latest #ESMLunchTalk, Veronika Grimm, Professor of Economics and Head of the Chair of Economic Theory at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) and ESM Chief Economist Rolf Strauch talked about the current German economic outlook and the future challenges that will affect this country and the EU. Demographic ageing: to dampen labour scarcity, immigration policy needs to be reformed and incentives to work need to improve. Declining productivity growth: innovation - such as AI - and increasing investment activity within a completed capital markets union can accelerate an efficient reallocation of resource to foster a modernised economy. Green Transition: expansion of renewables and integrated networks among EU countries are key for a greener and more resilient Europe. Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 0:58 German economic outlook 5:40 Labour market 11:43 Migration 17:46 Productivity and AI 21:47 Energy sector 32:16 Investments and Capital Markets Union 37:08 German Debt Brake and EU fiscal outlook
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institutions Keynote speech by President von der Leyen at the International Climate Forum of the Hamburg economy
Keynote speech by President von der Leyen at the International Climate Forum of the Hamburg economy
26 Jan 2024
European Commission
Watch on the Audiovisual Portal of the European Commission: https://audiovisual.ec.europa.eu/en/ebs/live/1 Subscribe to our channel: https://bit.ly/2X56Ju6 Follow us on: -X: https://twitter.com/EU_Commission -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/europeancommission/ -Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EuropeanCommission -LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/european-commission/ -Medium: https://medium.com/@EuropeanCommission Check our website: http://ec.europa.eu/
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institutions Keynote speech by President von der Leyen at the Hamburg citizen’s award ceremony
Keynote speech by President von der Leyen at the Hamburg citizen’s award ceremony
25 Jan 2024
European Commission
The Peter von Zahn Memorial Award 2024 Watch on the Audiovisual Portal of the European Commission: https://audiovisual.ec.europa.eu/en/ebs/live/2 Subscribe to our channel: https://bit.ly/2X56Ju6 Follow us on: -X: https://twitter.com/EU_Commission -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/europeancommission/ -Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EuropeanCommission -LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/european-commission/ -Medium: https://medium.com/@EuropeanCommission Check our website: http://ec.europa.eu/
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forests Behind the scenes: Vaccination Project - Ernst-Moritz-Arndt Gymnasium in Bonn
Behind the scenes: Vaccination Project - Ernst-Moritz-Arndt Gymnasium in Bonn
23 Jan 2024
European Forest Institute
What is the importance of vaccination in combating whooping cough (pertussis)? To introduce basic concepts of immunology in the classroom, eight-grader students from the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt Gymnasium in Bonn, Germany, produced an explainer video about the topic. The activity was conducted as part of the EU-funded project MULTIPLIERS. More info: https://multipliers-project.org/
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economy What role do strategic investments play in Germany's economic resurgence?
What role do strategic investments play in Germany's economic resurgence?
16 Jan 2024
Bruegel
As Europe's largest economy and the fourth-largest globally, Germany is making efforts to address impending labor shortages and boost its long-term economic growth. Policymakers are urged to prioritise skilled immigration, enhanced employment incentives, and the adoption of new capital goods. The German Council of Economic Experts (GCEE) projects a historic low in medium-term growth, emphasizing the need for strategies to counter the decline in labor volume through increased productivity growth. At this event we discussed the requirements for urgent policy decisions to create a conducive environment for capital and labor reallocation, with a focus on substantial investments in machinery, software and AI. Overcoming declining investment rates necessitates improvements in digital infrastructure and streamlined approval procedures. Strengthening both domestic and foreign direct investment will play a pivotal role in stabilising potential output growth, offering increased capacity for resource allocation and economic expansion.
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EU Enlargement And Reform: Why It Matters And How It Can Be Done — A German Perspective
EU Enlargement And Reform: Why It Matters And How It Can Be Done — A German Perspective
15 Jan 2024
IIEA
The European Union is currently debating the two inextricably connected issues of EU enlargement and reform. These discussions are taking place against the background of a challenging geopolitical situation with wars in the centre of Europe and in the Middle East. In her address to the IIEA as part of the Future Proofing Europe project supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Dr Anna Lührmann, Minister of State for Europe and Climate of Germany, presents her views on these questions and challenges facing Europe in a moment of global tumult. About the Speaker: Dr Anna Lührmann has been Minister of State for Europe and Climate at the German Federal Foreign Office and a Member of the Bundestag since 2021. Prior to her current role, she was Deputy Director of the Varieties of Democracy Institute and Junior Professor at the University of Gothenburg and was a consultant to the United Nations Development Programme. She holds a PhD in politics from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Recorded on the 12th of January 2024
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medicine #EHRA2024, Berlin & Online from 7 to 9 April
#EHRA2024, Berlin & Online from 7 to 9 April
10 Jan 2024
European Society of ...
Join your peers at the annual congress of the European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA), which brings together scientists, healthcare professionals and other players involved in arrhythmia management from around the world. https://www.escardio.org/Congresses-Events/EHRA-Congress
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EU Enlargement and Reform: Why it Matters and How it can be Done - a German Perspective
EU Enlargement and Reform: Why it Matters and How it can be Done - a German Perspective
9 Jan 2024
IIEA
The European Union is currently debating the two inextricably connected issues of EU enlargement and reform. These discussions are taking place against the background of a challenging geopolitical situation with wars in the centre of Europe and in the Middle East. In her address to the IIEA as part of the Future Proofing Europe project supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Dr Anna Lührmann, Minister of State for Europe and Climate of Germany, will present her views on these questions and challenges facing Europe in a moment of global tumult. About the Speaker: Dr Anna Lührmann has been Minister of State for Europe and Climate at the German Federal Foreign Office and a Member of the Bundestag since 2021. Prior to her current role, she was Deputy Director of the Varieties of Democracy Institute and Junior Professor at the University of Gothenburg and was a consultant to the United Nations Development Programme. She holds a PhD in politics from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
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economy ⭐ Bonne année! Frohes neues Jahr! Happy New Year!✨
⭐ Bonne année! Frohes neues Jahr! Happy New Year!✨
9 Jan 2024
EU Interpreters
24 languages, 1 multilingual New Year! Together with our colleagues, we would like to send you our heartfelt wishes for 2024. May it be filled with special moments! 24 Sprachen, 1 mehrsprachiges neues Jahr! Gemeinsam mit unserer Kollegschaft wünschen wir allen nur das Beste für das Jahr 2024! Möge es voller besonderer Momente sein! 24 langues, 1 Bonne Année multilingue! Avec nos collègues, nous vous souhaitons le meilleur pour 2024. Qu’elle soit riche en beaux moments!
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media #EBU | How we united Europe through media after the fall of the Berlin Wall 🤝
#EBU | How we united Europe through media after the fall of the Berlin Wall 🤝
20 Dec 2023
European Broadcastin...
🗓️ Today, the EBU is a Union rich in diversity but united by shared values. 📻 📺 But in the early 1990s, the historical division of East and West was still reflected in the media. The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) comprised of broadcasters from the West (apart from Yugoslavia) while the International Organization of Radio and Television (OIRT), based in Prague, was composed largely of Members from the East. OIRT included Members from Communist Europe, Cuba, Mongolia, Vietnam, and Finland. 🌍 After the fall of the Berlin Wall, Europe started to change. Watch now to learn more about how, in the aftermath of decades marked by isolation and tensions during the Cold War, the EBU undertook a visionary act to unite Europe through media. Like, comment or share 👍 Subscribe to the EBU YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2VBz0JY Connect with the EBU here: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ebu/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EBU_HQ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EBU.HQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ebu_hq/
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media #EBU | How we united Europe through media after the fall of the Berlin Wall 🤝
#EBU | How we united Europe through media after the fall of the Berlin Wall 🤝
18 Dec 2023
European Broadcastin...
🗓️ Today, the EBU is a Union rich in diversity but united by shared values. 📻 📺 But in the early 1990s, the historical division of East and West was still reflected in the media. The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) comprised of broadcasters from the West (apart from Yugoslavia) while the International Organization of Radio and Television (OIRT), based in Prague, was composed largely of Members from the East. OIRT included Members from Communist Europe, Cuba, Mongolia, Vietnam, and Finland. 🌍 After the fall of the Berlin Wall, Europe started to change. Watch now to learn more about how, in the aftermath of decades marked by isolation and tensions during the Cold War, the EBU undertook a visionary act to unite Europe through media. Like, comment or share 👍 Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2VBz0JY Connect with us here: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ebu/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EBU_HQ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EBU.HQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ebu_hq/
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digital ITU INTERVIEWS @ WRC-23: Stefan Schnorr, State Secretary, Federal Min., Digital & Transport, Germany
ITU INTERVIEWS @ WRC-23: Stefan Schnorr, State Secretary, Federal Min., Digital & Transport, Germany
12 Dec 2023
ITU
Interview with Stefan Schnorr, State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport, Germany, at the World Radiocommunication Conference 2023 (WRC-23), Dubai, UAE, 20 November to 15 December 2023. For further information please visit: http://www.itu.int #ituwrc #radiocommunication #Itu #unitednations #telecommunications
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science BIH Lecture 32: Gordon Guyatt
BIH Lecture 32: Gordon Guyatt
11 Dec 2023
Berlin Institute of ...
In the BIH Lecture on December 1, 2023, Gordon Guyatt talked about the topic “How to Avoid Being Mislead by the Medical Literature”. Dr. Gordon Guyatt is a distinguished Professor in the Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact, and the Department of Medicine at McMaster University. He is a general internist who has been heavily involved in clinical research. He has published over 1,500 papers in peer-reviewed journals; according to the Web of Science his work has been cited over 195,000 times. In this BIH Lecture Gordon Guyatt will talk about the potentially misleading findings and interpretation of findings in the medical literature. First, He presented evidence that funding of research influences the conclusions that authors draw from their data and suggest that clinicians should never read authors’ discussion of their own work but rather look to systematic reviews or guidelines from unconflicted sources. Second, he presented the problems with surrogate outcomes, and how clinicians must wait for trials that demonstrate benefits on patient-important outcomes before prescribing new treatments. Finally, he showed how randomized trials stopped early for benefit overestimate treatment effects, sometimes to a very large degree. The lecture was moderated by Ulrich Dirnagl (Head of BIH Quest Center). About the Speaker: https://www.einsteinfoundation.de/en/award/recipients-and-finalists/recipients-2022/gordon-guyatt/ Further information on the BIH Lecture Series Frontiers in Translational Medicine - Scientific and Structural Challenges: https://www.bihealth.org/de/aktuelles/veranstaltungen/bih-lecture-series
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culture Display Europe promo video German Subtitles
Display Europe promo video German Subtitles
8 Dec 2023
European Cultural Fo...
Good news! As the European Cultural Foundation, we are happy to announce the launch of Display Europe. This groundbreaking media platform offers a European perspective through original and federated content provided by independent media from across the continent.
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Display Europe promo German Subtitles VO
8 Dec 2023
European Cultural Fo...
Good news! As the European Cultural Foundation, we are happy to announce the launch of Display Europe. This groundbreaking media platform offers a European perspective through original and federated content provided by independent media from across the continent.
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digital Artificial intelligence and the future of journalism | AI j-school Munich, Germany
Artificial intelligence and the future of journalism | AI j-school Munich, Germany
8 Dec 2023
DW Global Media Forum
What do young journalists in Germany think about AI? In part II of our 'AI j-schools' series, we visit the German School for Journalists (Deutsche Journalistenschule, or DJS) in Munich to find out. You can find all AI j-schools episodes here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duLRRVlfwDI&list=PLnRODqqz08xLUYGWGq3ntWt827pBaXzWd #AI #artificialintelligence #journalism #jschools #youngjournalists #germany #DW #DeutscheWelle
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medicine Join us at AIDS 2024 in Munich or virtually
Join us at AIDS 2024 in Munich or virtually
8 Dec 2023
IAS – the Internat...
AIDS 2024, the 25th International AIDS Conference, will take place in Munich, Germany, and virtually from 22 to 26 July 2024. The conference will convene thousands of people living with, affected by and working on HIV to share knowledge, best practices and lessons learnt from the HIV response over the past 40 years, as well as from the responses to COVID-19, mpox and other public health threats. AIDS 2024 will provide a powerful platform to strategically align around a unified and equitable response to the pandemic. It will call on the global HIV response to unite behind a simple principle: “Put people first!” Watch what IAS President and AIDS 2024 International Chair Sharon Lewin has to say about what to expect at AIDS 2024. Register today at aids2024.org to join us at the world’s largest conference on HIV and AIDS!
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End-of-Year Review of German Politics
End-of-Year Review of German Politics
7 Dec 2023
IIEA
According to Derek Scally, 2023 was an eventful year in German politics with almost constant infighting between the parties in the incumbent coalition government, the introduction of the country's first National Security Strategy against the backdrop of escalating conflicts in Ukraine and the Middle East, several important state elections, the rapid rise of the Alternative für Deutschland, the official exit of Sahra Wagenknecht from Die Linke to form a new party, and a bombshell constitutional court ruling that has endangered the coalition’s fiscal and political foundations. In his address to the IIEA, Derek Scally breaks down the major events that took place in Berlin this past year as well as what to expect in 2024. About the Speaker: Derek Scally is a native Dubliner, who studied at Dublin City University and Humboldt University in Berlin. He has been Irish Times correspondent in Berlin since 2001. Covering politics, business and culture, he is a regular contributor to German news outlets, including Die Zeit weekly and Deutschlandfunk/WDR radio. He reports regularly from northern and central Europe and is also author of “The Best Catholics in the World”, published by Penguin. Recorded on the 7th of December 2023
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education MSCA4Ukraine Fellows - Recorded in Berlin at the Philipp Schwartz and Inspireurope Stakeholder Forum
MSCA4Ukraine Fellows - Recorded in Berlin at the Philipp Schwartz and Inspireurope Stakeholder Forum
7 Dec 2023
European University ...
This video presents the experience of five Ukrainian researchers taking part in the MSCA4Ukraine Fellowship Scheme. As part of the EU’s response to the Russian Federation’s invasion of Ukraine, a dedicated fellowship scheme ―MSCA4Ukraine― was established to provide support to displaced researchers from Ukraine. This support is enabling over 100 displaced researchers to continue their work at academic and non-academic organisations in EU Member States and Horizon Europe Associated Countries, while maintaining their connections to research and innovation communities in Ukraine. The final video of a five-part series, this video was filmed live at the Philipp Schwartz and Inspireurope Forum in Berlin in May 2023. It focuses on how the Russian invasion of Ukraine has impacted the displaced researchers’ research, the research linkages between their fellowships and their home institutions, as well as their contribution to the strengthening of the Ukrainian research and innovation sector. Speakers: Iryna Horak, Masaryk University, Czech Republic Kateryna Latysh, Vilnius University, Lithuania Olha Karaman, National Cancer Institute, Lithuania Volodymyr Volkovskyi, Philosophical Institute of Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic Yeliena Kovalska, University of Konstanz, Germany For more information about the MSCA4Ukraine scheme: https://sareurope.eu/msca4ukraine/ Connect with EUA online: Visit EUA Website: https://bit.ly/EUAWebsite Like EUA on Facebook: https://bit.ly/EUAFacebook Follow @euatweets on Twitter: https://bit.ly/EUATwitter Follow EUA on Linkedin: https://bit.ly/EUALinkedin
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The End of Germany’s China Illusion
The End of Germany’s China Illusion
6 Dec 2023
IIEA
The current trajectory of European policy towards China stands at a crucial juncture. In recent years, China has evolved from a long-term geopolitical challenge to a pivotal factor influencing the competitiveness of the European economy, the security of its citizens, and the EU's ability to fulfill its ambitious climate and digitalization goals. This shift poses a distinctive challenge for Germany, as its dependencies on the Chinese market are more pronounced compared to other EU member states. To address the challenges posed by today's China and establish a forward-looking vision, Berlin unveiled its first-ever China strategy in July 2023. In her address to the IIEA, Dr Janka Oertel, discusses how the implementation of this strategy is now essential at both the national level and as part of a broader European approach to China. About the Speaker: Dr Janka Oertel is director of the Asia programme and a senior policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations. Oertel previously worked as a senior fellow in the Asia programme at the German Marshall Fund of the United States’ Berlin office, where she focused on transatlantic China policy including on emerging technologies, Chinese foreign policy, and security in east Asia. Dr Oertel has published widely on topics related to EU-China relations, US-China relations, security in the Asia-Pacific region, Chinese foreign policy, 5G and emerging technologies, as well as climate cooperation. Her new book The end of Germany’s China Illusion: How We Must Deal with Beijing’s Claim to Power was published in German by Piper in 2023. Recorded on the 6th of December 2023
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digital Artificial intelligence and the future of journalism | AI school Munich, Germany
Artificial intelligence and the future of journalism | AI school Munich, Germany
5 Dec 2023
DW Global Media Forum
What do young journalists in Germany think about AI? In part II of our 'AI j-schools' series, we visit the German School for Journalists (Deutsche Journalistenschule, or DJS) in Munich to find out. You can find all AI j-schools episodes here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duLRRVlfwDI&list=PLnRODqqz08xLUYGWGq3ntWt827pBaXzWd #AI #artificialintelligence #journalism #jschools #youngjournalists #germany #DW #DeutscheWelle
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sme Franz Xaver Peteranderl - Germany
Franz Xaver Peteranderl - Germany
29 Nov 2023
Eurochambres
Franz Xaver Peteranderl - Germany
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Sibylle Thierer - Germany
29 Nov 2023
Eurochambres
Sibylle Thierer - Germany
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Sebastian Stietzel - Germany
29 Nov 2023
Eurochambres
Sebastian Stietzel - Germany
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Joachim Krimmer - Germany
29 Nov 2023
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Joachim Krimmer - Germany
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Anna Meusert - Germany
29 Nov 2023
Eurochambres
Anna Meusert - Germany
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Jörg Dittrich - Germany
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