Adaawen, Stephen / Benjamin Schraven (2019)
Die aktuelle Kolumne, 17 June 2019
Will droughts and advancing desertification send a new wave of refugees towards Europe? And what do researchers have to say about the correlation between drought, desertification and human mobility? How should policy-makers address this “drought migration”?
Leininger, Julia / Anna Lührmann / Rachel Sigman (2019)
Discussion Paper, 7/2019
This paper explores whether different types, levels and changes in distributional inequalities (Sustainable Development Goal 10) contribute to the erosion of democratic institutions, thereby making governance less inclusive (SDG 16). It provides recommendations for integrated SDG implementation.
Bauer, Steffen / Axel Berger / Gabriela Iacobuta (2019)
G20 represents 80% of global carbon emissions and 80% of global wealth. This briefing paper argues how the club's economic and political weight may be harnessed for ambitious action towards implementing the Paris Agreement and 2030 Agenda in spite of domestic agendas and geopolitical odds.
Negre, Mario / José Cuesta / Ana Revenga / Prescott J. Morley (2018)
Conventional economic wisdom has long maintained that there is a necessary trade-off between pursuit of the efficiency of a system and any attempts to improve equity between participants within that system. Evidence from recent decades suggests,, however, that the trade-off itself is, in many cases,
Högl, Maximilian / Benedikt Erforth / Niels Keijzer (2019)
Die aktuelle Kolumne, 04 June 2019
Europa hat nicht nur die großen Volksparteien abgestraft, sondern auch gezeigt, dass für sie Klimapolitik und nachhaltige Entwicklung wichtig sind. Das EU-Parlament hat die Gelegenheit, Europa wieder stärker zu einer normativen Macht zu machen.
Populist trends carry significant threats when it comes to dealing with cross-border challeng-es. States with strong populist outlooks can slow down global sustainable development. Conse-quently, countries less affected by such outlooks should take on key roles.