During a visit to the Canadian Arctic, Federal Foreign Minister Heiko Maas called for more attention to be paid to the dramatic consequences of climate change.
The Fridays for Future movement is mobilizing worldwide. Tens of thousands of young people are taking to the streets in Germany too. Here you can find all the information, figures and facts.
The Fridays for Future movement wants coal to be phased out faster to protect the climate. Is that really feasible after the phasing out of nuclear energy?
The consequences of climate change mean there is no time to lose – that is why representatives of 35 countries are meeting for the Petersberg Climate Dialogue. This is what they want to achieve.
Climate and security is a subject that Germany is prioritising in the UN Security Council. For good reason. An expert explains how they are connected.
Learning to act like a climate hero and using data streams for heating: innovative concepts for climate protection.
Germany supports regions around the world in addressing the challenges of climate change. Three examples
Svenja (16) and Linus (15) explain what motivates young climate activists in Germany and how successful they have been.
Who are the young people that are taking to Germany’s streets in support of climate protection? A study offers several insights.
How Germany is helping cities around the world deal with the effects of climate change.
UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn: why do young people become involved in climate protection? Three activists explain their reasons.