(DW) Climate change, a growing population and food market speculation mean in the future it will be more difficult to feed the world. How can we make sure everyone has enough to eat in an age of global interdependence?
MCC emphasizes synergy effects between forest conservation and economic development through land taxation
1 June 2016, 4.00 pm: "The World in 2050 - Towards Sustainable Development and Deep Decarbonization", keynote by Jeffrey Sachs and discussion with Ottmar Edenhofer
"We quickly have to specify institutions and policy instruments", was a conclusion of the panel discussion jointly organized by MCC and Hertie School of Governance on 22 April
World leaders are meeting in New York for the signing ceremony, kicking off a year-long ratification process. This is a welcome reminder that they need to finally put some muscle behind their promises.