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The updated version of the Climate Diplomacy booklet is now available online, published by adelphi. It highlights the approach and efforts of the German Federal Foreign Office in the field of climate policy. The publication features a foreword by the German Federal Foreign Minister Dr. Frank-Walter Steinmeier. For the most recent information on Climate Diplomacy, please follow climate-diplomacy.org or @ClimateDiplo on Twitter.

Climate Change
Energy
Security
Global Issues
Kerstine Appunn, Sven Egenter, Julian Wettengel (Clean Energy Wire)

Germany’s foreign minister Heiko Maas highlighted the security aspect of transforming national energy systems to renewable sources. “An energy transition is not a sufficient solution for but a necessary condition for a stable and peaceful world,” he said.

Civil Society
Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy
Conflict Transformation
Security
Europe
Global Issues
Stephan Wolters, adelphi

EU climate diplomacy is picking up momentum in 2018, focussing on the security implications of climate change. A number of pertinent steps serve to address the climate-security nexus as well as make advocacy efforts more systematic. The flurry of activities includes Foreign Affairs Council Conclusions, the preparation of a parliamentary report on climate diplomacy, and a high-level debate at the initiative of foreign affairs chief Mogherini.

Biodiversity & Livelihoods
Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy
Co-Benefits
Water
Asia

In an interview for the Water, Energy & Food Security Nexus Platform, adelphi's Benjamin Pohl gives insights into a recent study on water cooperation in Central Asia and explains how transnational water management can strengthen economic and political ties in the region.

South America
Global Issues
North America
Annemarie Botzki, Climate Home

Argentina, host of this year’s G20 summit, has dropped carbon pricing from the agenda. But denied this was an attempt to accommodate Donald Trump’s US.