Gerald Bigurube from Tanzania and Clovis Razafimalala from Madagascar have gone the extra mile. Read about the details here.
A Munich-based company has declared war on the plastic waste in our oceans. His idea is already being deployed in Asia. So how does it work?
Compostable T-shirts and renewable washing machines – how Cradle to Cradle could revolutionise consumption.
Upcycling is in vogue in Germany. How the most beautiful products are made from waste.
Doing without plastic is simpler than many people think. That was demonstrated by my four-week experiment.
Felix Müller, expert at the German Environment Agency, explains why urban mining is so important for the future.
The GoJelly project aims to solve one of the world’s largest environmental problems with the help of jellyfish.
How “clever” do cities need to be to meet the challenges of the future? International visitors familiarise themselves with German smart city projects.
How WWF Germany wants to stop plastic litter entering the oceans in Southeast Asia.
Ski helmets and even a Porsche contain renewable raw materials. How the German economy is becoming a bioeconomy.