The impact of climate change is becoming evident in Alaska faster and more dramatically than anywhere else on earth. Deutsche Welle reporter Irene Quaile visited Alaska with the Climate Change College.
Ice ages have shaped the global environment and human evolution. A recent study indicates humans are changing these natural cycles: Our CO2 emissions are likely to postpone the next ice age. What does this mean?
A leaking methane well in a Los Angeles suburb has turned quiet residents into loud protesters. With no end in sight after months, comparisons are being made to the Deepwater Horizon spill. Climate impacts are expected.
While governments in Europe are struggling to cope with an influx of refugees from crisis-stricken countries, more and more people are on the move in Africa because of drought and crop failure. Climate change is already driving people to leave their homes in search of a livelihood.
Soil filters water and feeds the world. But are we doing enough to save our soils?
For Moldovan environmentalist Aurel Lozan the oak tree is a mighty symbol of the country's forest.
An Oslo firm has developed a laser gun which kills an out-of-control parasite threatening Norway's aquaculture industry.
Stan Grant gave a speech about discrimination against Aboriginal people that many call a 'Martin Luther King moment'.
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