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Curriculum of Climate Change Education on Primary and Secondary Schools

This curriculum was developed based on Germany’s experiences in climate change and social practice activities for primary and secondary school students. The curriculum contents will systematically sort out and introduce the basic knowledge of climate change and the actions and measures to cope with climate change, including the mechanism of climate change, climate change impact and extreme climate events, climate change adaptation and mitigation measures, climate change, and daily life, etc. The curriculum also suggested social practice activities based on Germany’s experience.

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Chinese translation of “Greenhouse – Gas – Neutrality in Germany until 2050 – Policy Paper to the RESCUE-Study“ by UBA

The Federal Environment Agency’s (Umweltbundesamt, UBA) publication “Greenhouse – Gas – Neutrality in Germany until 2050 – Policy Paper to the RESCUE-Study“ was translated into Chinese with support from the Sino-German Environmental Partnership project.

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Chinese translation of “Beschäftigung im Umweltschutz 2017 – Entwicklung und gesamtwirtschaftliche Bedeutung“ by UBA

The Federal Environment Agency’s (Umweltbundesamt, UBA) publication “Beschäftigung im Umweltschutz 2017 – Entwicklung und gesamtwirtschaftliche Bedeutung” was translated into Chinese with support from the Sino-German Environmental Partnership project.

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IKI Update Issue 7

IKI Update Issue 7 - April-July

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IKI Update Issue 8

IKI Update Issue 8 - August-October

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Decarbonisation Pathways for the EU Cement Sector

In order to be in line with the Paris Agreement the EU has committed to achieving greenhouse gas neutrality by 2050 under the European Green Deal. This poses a challenge for some industry sectors, among them the cement sector. Mitigation efforts such as energy efficiency and a fuel switch are not enough for this sector to achieve carbon-neutrality. Most mitigation efforts target energy-related emissions, whereas process emissions will require an expansive roll-out of emerging technologies. This study by the NewClimate Institute aims to identify and analyze key emerging technologies and asses their potential through scenario analysis. Furthermore, it proposes a concept for accelerating mitigation ambition and offer high-level policy recommendations.

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