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.
Strange and wonderful beasts from the saiga antelope to the snow leopard have long roamed the Central Asian wilderness. But human development and climate change are disrupting age-old migratory patterns.
Central Asia is home to the world's largest unbroken grasslands - and a host of mammals that like to keep moving. But with many of these charasmatic creatures threatened, calls are growing for cross-border conservation.
A year after a mysterious event wiped out more than half of the world's saiga antelope population, scientists and vets are still trying to figure out what killed them. It's a race against time.
DW's weekly eco radio magazine - telling environment stories from around the world
Tasmanian devils are rapidly adapting to their deadly facial cancer, suggests study.
Is this the Alzheimer's breakthrough we've been waiting for? DW has a Q&A breakdown on a remarkable new study.
At the IFA trade fair in Berlin, the consumer electronics industry gets ready for the year's best sales season.
New smartphone app crowdsources conflict zone mapping to help organizations locate vulnerable people more easily
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