The coronavirus has caused the greatest crisis in recent history. Is it possible to see anything about it in a good light? Three developments that encourage optimism.
Construction with fungal roots and storing electricity with wood waste are two innovations that we will (hopefully) hear much more about in the future.
Living as sustainably as possible: Tobias Pastoors from Cologne explains what sacrifices he makes and how he organises his everyday life in an eco-friendly way.
How important is sustainability to Germans? Here are some answers about consumption, making sacrifices and the greatest international challenge.
German politics attaches particular importance to sustainable development, but remains open for critical opinions and international exchange.
Campaigning for increased climate protection: climate expert Falko Ueckerdt explains Germany’s role in the international struggle against climate change.
German cities are getting fit for the future with their international partners. A focus on three cooperation projects.
The German Centres for Research and Innovation (DWIH) are present around the world and are also investigating the future of cities.
Many people feel that car-free inner cities enhance the quality of life and are healthier. Find out here about the situation in Germany.
The Covid-19 pandemic is changing transport and people’s lives in the city. Three examples from Germany.
What should a city look like for people to feel good? The neuro-urbanist Mazda Adli explains.