They plant trees, brew sustainable beer or green the city. These enterprises are bringing sustainable changes to our lives.
The Chernobyl disaster 35 years ago smoothed the way to the energy transition.
The Brazilian Domitila Barros has travelled to many countries, and is now living in Berlin. Her goal has remained the same: to make the world a better place.
Germany is relying on green hydrogen in the energy transition. It is to be produced primarily by international partners.
Carrying out the Energy Transformation with green hydrogen. Here you can find out what the Federal Government is planning.
Hydrogen produced in a climate-friendly way could help us to reduce CO2 emissions more quickly. Why is the gas so suitable?
GoodBuy aims to do business in a climate-friendly and socially responsible way. Founder Simon Böhnlein explains how this enabled him to make it through the corona crisis.
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.