The Habitat III world conference in Quito, Ecuador, aims for a ‘New Urban Agenda’.
Daimler is presenting the first fully electric truck at the International Motor Show (IAA) for Commercial Vehicles in Hanover.
UNESCO will decide whether the œuvre of the Swiss-French architect is given the title of World Heritage.
Essen in the Ruhr region is to bear the title, awarded by the European Commission, in 2017.
The Chernobyl disaster 30 years ago smoothed the way to the energy transition.
Protection of the seas and oceans is the central focus of the Year of Science 2016*17.
Usedom Coastal Forest offers ideal living conditions for plants and animals and attracts numerous tourists.
On 19 March 2016 people, cities and companies are invited to switch off the lights for one hour.
International experts discuss the possibilities of a global energy transition at the Federal Foreign Office.
Five years ago a tsunami destroyed the nuclear power plant. Germany reacted with an energy turnaround.
Climate change is already making itself felt in Beira, Mozambique. Germany wants to reduce the consequences.