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Dörte Ohlhorst: Lecture at Münchner Klimaherbst

Was bedeutet Klimagerechtigkeit? Alle Menschen auf diesem Planeten sind von den negativen Auswirkungen des Klimawandels betroffen – allerdings in unterschiedlichem Ausmaß. Insbesondere der globale Süden, und hier einzelne Bevölkerungsgruppen, zum Beispiel Frauen, leiden stärker unter den Folgen des Klimawandels. Das Konzept der…

News |

Theresa Jedd attended the 11th annual invitation-only Rosenberg International Forum on Water Policy

Theresa Jedd attended the 11th annual invitation-only Rosenberg International Forum on Water Policy hosted by the Botín Foundation, University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources, and the California Institute for Water Resources from October 23-27, 2023. The forum took place in Cape Town, South Africa with a focus on water quantity and…

Workshop |

Miranda Schreurs took part in the webinar: „“Geopolitical Developments, COP 28 and their relevance for Energy Policy in Japan and Germany”

Miranda Schreurs took part in the webinar: „“Geopolitical Developments, COP 28 and their relevance for Energy Policy in Japan and Germany” in the framework of the series „“Zoom In! – Japanese-German Energy Transition Talks”, which is a series jointly organized by the Japanese-German Energy Partnership Team and the German-Japanese Energy Transition…

Publikation |

Florentine Koppenborg: The Evolution of ‘Phase-out’ as a Bridging Concept for Sustainability

In “The Evolution of ‘Phase-out’ as a Bridging Concept for Sustainability”, Florentine Koppenborg and co-authors review and map out the scientific discourse on phase-out since 1970. They find that the focus of phase-out has shifted from toxic pollution to climate change, and that the scope of phase-out targets has broadened.

Publikation |

Florentine Koppenborg: Japan's Nuclear Disaster and the Politics of Safety Governance

In dem Buch Japan's Nuclear Disaster and the Politics of Safety Governance argumentiert Florentine Koppenborg, dass die Reform der Atomaufsicht infolge des Atomunfalls im Kernkraftwerk Fukushima im März 2011 die Kosten für die Atomkraft in Japan direkt und indirekt erhöht hat