Ski helmets and even a Porsche contain renewable raw materials. How the German economy is becoming a bioeconomy.
German researchers intend to grow vegetables in the Antarctic. A crazy idea? Not at all! That is what the project is all about.
What can we do to avoid diminishing the chances of people today and the chances of our children and grandchildren for a prosperous life?
How the German NGO “Tierärzte ohne Grenzen” is helping to combat the root causes of migration in Africa.
Germany is the European champion when it comes to saving water and is supporting projects around the world that are designed to protect this vital resource.
Almost a third of the food produced worldwide is thrown away. The good news is that there are lots of initiatives aimed at saving food from the waste bin.
Garbage in the world’s seas has become a major ecological problem. Several initiatives from Germany promote clean water. Four examples.
How Germany is committed to ensuring access to clean water worldwide.
The Partnership for Sustainable Textiles starts a new phase for creating better working conditions
Emily Elhacham, a 25-year-old scientist at Tel Aviv University, is one of the Green Talents 2016.