20 years of adelphi Thinking out loud in 20 op-eds

adelphi, Europe’s leading think-and-do-tank on climate, environment and development, celebrates its 20th anniversary with
op-eds
op-ed, short for "opposite the editorial page" or as a backronym the "opinions and editorials page", is a written prose piece, which expresses the opinion of an author usually not affiliated with the publication's editorial board.
on global environmental change. We are going to think out loud, set priorities and trigger debates.
oped #1

Why we shouldn’t hang all our hopes on the CBAM

By Christopher Kardish and William Acworth

oped #2

From Jerusalem to Glasgow, peacebuilding must address climate stressors

By Janani Vivekananda

oped #3

Workaholics anonymous: no time to notice nature’s disappearance?

By Iven Froese

oped #4

At the UN, climate change and security must be tackled together

By Dr. Beatrice Mosello and Dr. Adam Day

oped #5

Food security in a changing climate – A look beyond

By Raquel Munayer and Peter Läderach

oped #6

From niche to mainstream – Politicians must prioritise adaptation

By Christian Kind

oped #7

How hyperlocal businesses can save biodiversity

By Julia Rohe-Frydrych and Luis Ebert

oped #8

Why language matters for conservation

By Christiane Röttger

Stay tuned. More to come soon!
“Keeping global temperature rise below 1.5 degrees sounds trivial, but needs ambition. Because what is at stake, is the way we live, eat, move, produce, consume, and the future of democracy. We at adelphi think about policy design and strategies that allow for transformative change and put us in the mode of deep intervention, exploration, acceleration and scale.”
Alexander Carius
Co-Founder and Managing Director at adelphi