The Konrad von Moltke Fund is a celebration of this great man's life and work. Its objective is to help maintain the network of individuals and institutions that he inspired as well as to provide international mobility grants for young researchers working on "Konrad's Agenda":

  • European Environmental Policy and Law, e.g. EU policy in the context of European integration, the external dimension of EU policies, or cross-cutting issues;

  • International Trade and Investment, e.g. the integration of environmental and sustainability concerns into the rules and institutions governing world trade and investment;

  • International Environmental Affairs and Governance, e.g. development of rules and institutions, and strengthening environment and sustainability in international institutions and the UN.

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Konrad von Moltke Fund Reception – Honoring the 2011 Grantees

On 7 November 2011, friends, colleagues, and family members of Konrad von Moltke gathered in Washington, DC in order to learn about developments of the Konrad von Moltke Fund (KvM) since its inception in 2009. At the event, the KvM Fund’s new website was launched. Alongside information on the KvM Fund and the life and work of Konrad von Moltke, the site features testimonials of Konrad’s friends and the KvM grantees.

2011 Grant Recipients of the Konrad von Moltke Fund Recognized

On 8 June 2011, Ecologic Institute hosted a ceremony honouring the 2011 grant recipients of the Konrad von Moltke Fund. The Fund was established as a testament to the late Konrad von Moltke, founding director of the Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP), and a passionate advocate for international and European environmental affairs.

Konrad von Moltke Fund reception

Jason Clay, Gordon Binder, R. Andreas Kraemer April 22, 2009, Washington DC

The memory of Konrad von Moltke, a pioneering thinker whose inspiration contributed to the birth of Ecologic Institute in Berlin in 1995, was honored in Washington DC on Earth Day, 22 April 2009, with a reception marking the start of the U.S. chapter of the Konrad von Moltke Fund.

The Fund is a tribute to Konrad’s vision in forging transatlantic cooperation in sustainable development policy by sponsoring exchanges for young policy researchers entering the field. The first Konrad von Moltke Fellow is Susanah Stoessel, a U.S. citizen who has worked in the Ecologic Institute office in Berlin since 2008. As the Fund grows, Ecologic hopes to increase the number of these exchanges through our U.S. office and through our institutional partners in the field

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