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.
Are growth and sustainability compatible at times like these? Ottmar Edenhofer, climate economist, answers.
Towards a sustainable future: young Germans and Israelis are working together on water technology research.
A Berlin start-up has created environmentally-friendly packaging using areca palm leaves from India.
Animal welfare is expected to improve significantly by 2040 – that is the goal of the Borchert Commission. We spoke with Jochen Borchert.
How do we have to change our economic system to produce sustainably? The economist Holger Rogall explains.
Eco-friendly hydrogen is regarded as a “silver bullet” when it comes to fighting climate change. With its hydrogen strategy, Germany is now promoting its production.
Paintings, photographs and films: art against climate change? These Hamburg-based art projects raise awareness about water as a resource.