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Dealing with Climate Migration in Africa – A New Way Forward

COP26 has concentrated on efforts to reach zero net emissions. But it is also important to ensure the resilience of communities affected by climate change. This is precisely what the global partnership Africa Climate Mobility Initiative (ACMI) has in mind. ACMI is a real opportunity for inclusive climate action on the African continent, says Raphaela Schweiger, program director in the field of migration at the Robert Bosch Stiftung.

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Opinion

Cities Need Financing to Manage Climate-Related Migration

The 2021 UN Climate Change Conference COP26 has to devote more attention to the largely neglected nexus of climate change and migration and better support the actors addressing it – especially municipal governments. An opinion piece by Raphaela Schweiger, program director in the field of migration at the Robert Bosch Stiftung.

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Opinion

Serving up a Food-Systems Revolution in Glasgow

Moving away from fossil fuels will not be enough if industrial agriculture and deforestation are allowed to continue driving global warming and biodiversity loss.

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In a nutshell

UN Climate Summit in Glasgow: What Matters

The Foundation is also on site to shine a spotlight at some key features at the most important climate event of the year.

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Infographic

A Safe Harbour?

The impacts of climate change are forcing an increasing number of people living in Sub-Saharan Africa to leave their homes. Our infographic explains the consequences and challenges.

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Opinion

Beyond Net-Zero

COP26 must consider inequality as an integral part of the climate crisis. Climate justice is not an option – it is necessary for finding lasting solutions, says Kathrin Strobel, program director in the field of inequality at the Robert Bosch Stiftung.

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Opinion

Indigenous People’s Rights Can’t Suffer in the Name of Biodiversity

How can we protect our Earth’s land and sea - without harming indigenous people? A report by the NGO China Dialogue.

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Report

Will the UN Food Systems Summit Bring Change?

Food is highly political. This is evident from the criticism that has been raised in the run-up to the UN Food Systems Summit on September 23. A report by the NGO China Dialogue, one of our partners within the topic of climate change.

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Opinion

Enough Is Enough: It’s Time to Take Local Actors Seriously!

A call for a new approach to international peacebuilding.

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Impulse

A Toast to Democracy!

To mark the International Day of Democracy, we are spotlighting people who advocate for democracy in Germany, Europe, and internationally.

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Essay

The Afghan Tragedy – There Are Ways Out of Helplessness

Afghanistan should serve as a catalyst to remake migration policy. An essay by Sandra Breka, CEO of the Robert Bosch Stiftung.

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Interview

Subsidy of Food System Must Change

Without changes in our food systems, it'll be impossible to feed the world's population. Ertharin Cousin, Fellow of the Robert Bosch Academy, talks about solutions.

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Contributions

Narratives That Represent All

What are narratives and how are they impacting social justice? Read recent examples from Mexico, India, and the United Kingdom.

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News

The New Management Team

Sandra Breka and Dr. Bernhard Straub jointly manage the Robert Bosch Stiftung.

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Study

How Do We Think About Our Democracy?

We asked citizens of Germany, France, the UK, Poland, and the USA.

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Publications

Twice Estranged: Migration and Dementia

The EU “Dementia and Migration” atlas highlights the situation of people with a migrant background living with dementia in Europe.

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Interview

"We need to create effective measures to include refugee voices"

Read our interview with Rez Gardi and Mustafa Alio from the initiative "R-SEAT".

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Video

Feeding the World Sustainably

New Robert Bosch Junior Professor Dr. Verena Seufert wants to explore how food production can become both more environmentally and socially responsible.
 

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Interview

“Achieving a just transition is one of the hardest parts of climate policy”

The U.S. is back on the climate stage. Samantha Gross explains how cooperating with the EU supports a just transition.

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