Where progress has been made and where there are problems in the transition to renewable energies.
How WWF Germany wants to stop plastic litter entering the oceans in Southeast Asia.
Ski helmets and even a Porsche contain renewable raw materials. How the German economy is becoming a bioeconomy.
German researchers intend to grow vegetables in the Antarctic. A crazy idea? Not at all! That is what the project is all about.
A good idea from Germany: a young company in Karlsruhe converts CO2 into clean fuel. Here is how this technology of the future works.
UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn: why do young people become involved in climate protection? Three activists explain their reasons.
Germany wants to reduce its CO2 emissions by more than half by the year 2030 – a major challenge.
Patricia Espinosa, head of the UN climate change secretariat, says there is a great commitment to climate protection worldwide. Nevertheless, there is also resistance.
The world community forged an agreement in Paris; Bonn is now working on its implementation. Why COP23 is important.
Germany is helping countries around the world to better cope with the effects of climate change. This involves knowledge – and money. Five facts.
How the German NGO “Tierärzte ohne Grenzen” is helping to combat the root causes of migration in Africa.
Following Germany’s general elections and ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference, Germany is planning to phase out coal. Time is short, but there are still problems to be overcome.