Past Events
Biodiversity & Livelihoods
Climate Change
Energy
Environment & Migration
Land & Food
Security
Water
Central America & Caribbean
Global Issues
29 April, 2019 to 14 June, 2019
Mexico City, Mexico

ECC Exhibition in Mexico

The exhibition Environment, Conflict and Cooperation (ECC) shows the unprecedented environmental pressures and climate extremes that the world faces today. The ECC Exhibition in Mexico is being organised by GFLAC and adelphi. It is supported by a grant of the German Federal Foreign Office and is part of the Climate Diplomacy initiative.

Climate Change
Development
Energy
Sustainable Transformation
Sub-Saharan Africa
Global Issues
Middle East & North Africa
28 June, 2017 to 30 June, 2017
Cotonou, Benin

Africa Carbon Forum 2017

The 9th Africa Carbon Forum (ACF) will focus on how engagement between State and non‐State actors can be further strengthened in the key sectors for Africa (energy, agriculture and human settlements), including the role of future carbon markets to achieve enhanced climate action, towards the goals of sustainable development.

The event will cover:

Biodiversity & Livelihoods
Climate Change
Conflict Transformation
Energy
Forests
Minerals & Mining
Security
Water
Global Issues
Oceania & Pacific
18 July, 2016 to 04 August, 2016
Venue: Advanced Engineering Building (49), Foyer Area

ECC Exhibition at the University of Queensland, Australia

The exhibition “Environment, Conflict, Cooperation” (ECC), co-organised by The University of Queensland and adelphi, supported by the German Federal Foreign Office, is shown in Brisbane during 18th July and 4th August. The exhibition is accompanied by a public talk as well as a closing panel discussion:

Adaptation & Resilience
Climate Change
Energy
Finance
Sub-Saharan Africa
Middle East & North Africa
28 June, 2016 to 30 June, 2016
Kigali, Rwanda

Africa Carbon Forum 2016

The 8th Africa Carbon Forum (ACF) invites project developers and policymakers to exchange on the latest investment, finance and development opportunities relating to climate change.