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.
Last year's record temperatures would not have been possible without climate change, a study has found. Scientists say it's the first time they've been able to attribute specific weather events to human activities.
Across western Africa, people in rural communities are taking the future into their own hands with local initiatives to fight climate change and pollution, and improve public health and education.
Many of us recoil when a slimy tendril of seaweed brushes against us in the water. But did you know that these plant-like organisms have many hidden talents and can be used in everything from meals to medicine?
DW's half-hour radio show and podcast Living Planet makes the environment matter to you.
Join us in Nigeria, where entrepreneurs are making waves with solar clocks and green fashions. Plus: Making paper out of grass and how boosting businesses could help protect wildlife in Ethiopia.
Politicians and finance industry representatives are meeting to discuss how to promote green investments to fight global climate change. The summit is taking place on the second anniversary of the Paris climate accord.
A polar bear can barely walk through an Arctic landscape almost void of ice. The photographer has said his team members were "pushing through their tears" to film the scene.
On this week's eco@africa, we see how reusable sanitary pads are helping Nigerian schoolgirls stay in school, we sit on burning tires in Niger and visit the guardian of Tsavo National Park in Kenya.
You're very unlikely to find two snowflakes that look exactly the same. These are the basic shapes.
Nature offers an array of different landscapes - wetlands are some of the most diverse. Some don't even look wet.
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