During lockdown, FES Philippines produced “Can We Cool Down The Earth” - an audiobook on climate change aimed at children, voiced by young...
The measures to contain the COVID-19 pandemic have led to a decline in CO2 emissions. How will this benefit the climate in the long term?
What effects can be expected? What will governments do? The Corona crises could weaken climate change goals and loose ambition. By Franziska Wehinger.
Gender should be negotiated at the highest level at COP25. But what has happened so far?
Renewable energy as a great opportunity for the Global South: fair, affordable, socially and climate-friendly. What does a just transition look like?
In a study by FES, young people concretize strategies for fair and social energy transformation. Interview with two authors.
The first COP25 week ends in Madrid with an impressive climate strike in which apparently everyone who cares about the climate participates.
So much to talk about and so many unclarified issues to be negotiated. Why this COP is so important and what we may expect from it.
"Just because you phase out coal does not mean everything improves" for local communities, explains a former FES scholar on FES Connect.
Decentralized solar brings many benefits in Jordan. A report by the FES presents solutions and offers recommendations.
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