The Chernobyl disaster 35 years ago smoothed the way to the energy transition.
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.
Campaigning for increased climate protection: climate expert Falko Ueckerdt explains Germany’s role in the international struggle against climate change.
Sabine Nallinger, Managing Director of Stiftung 2° – German Businesses for Climate Protection, discusses the business model of the future.
Three Presidencies for Climate: that’s the motto of the Three4Climate project. Find out here what it’s all about.
The world after the coronavirus: Sonja Peterson doubts that the coronavirus crisis will have long-term effects on climate change.
Climate change is also endangering drinking water. UN expert Léo Heller explains why clean water is a human right.
How important are our oceans and what we do to protect them? An interview with Monika Breuch-Moritz, Germany’s Maritime Ambassador.
The coal phase-out is painful for many regions of Europe. In order to master it, they teamed up.
What can politics do to combat climate change? The political scientist Jale Tosun from Heidelberg on climate policy in the United States and Europe.
Across the world, farmers’ very existences are threatened by climate change. A climate risk insurance scheme protects them and their families.