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.
Why Germany's cheap food prices may need a rethink, French farmers look to natural pesticides to boost dwindling wine production, and Norway steps up climate protection of its "doomsday" seed vault.
Seaweed is one of Zanzibar's key exports. But as ocean temperatures rise due to global warming, yields have been decreasing. Now farmers are being forced to find new ways to make seaweed pay.
According to a new study, the world's oceans are rising almost three times as fast as they were 25 years ago. Scientists say coastal regions face a much greater risk than previously thought.
DW's half-hour radio show and podcast Living Planet makes the environment matter to you.
Golden jackals, similar to small grey wolves, have been making their way across Europe into new territory. A German farmer is claiming compensation after the protected, wolf-like predator killed a sheep.
Berlin is not the place for committed cyclists. That's according to two rankings and it confirms the experience of DW's Klaus Esterluss who pedals around the city every day.
During the communist era, parts of the Danube Delta wetlands were drained for farming. It was an environmental disaster. Now residents are turning to ecotourism to revive wildlife.
Morocco wants to be ahead of the pack with its ambitious climate and green mobility plan. In some of the country's major cities, sustainable transport is already an everyday reality.
Biodiversity is an important foundation for many aspects of tourism and eco-tourism is possible.
Shaped over millennia, the strange vistas and "upside down" climate of Germany's Saxon Switzerland are a natural haven.
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