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.
Donald Trump has appointed an opponent of climate action to head America's environment agency - but reaction has been muted. As climate change becomes more apparent, are people becoming fatigued on the topic?
A Peruvian farmer is suing German energy giant RWE. Saúl Lliuya’s home lies beneath a melting glacier in the Andes mountains. He argues that the company’s coal power emissions contribute to climate change and, therefore, RWE should have to pay to protect his home from flooding. DW’s Irene Quaile talks to Christoph Bals from Germanwatch - the environmental organization supporting Lliuya’s case.
With the Cancún Declaration adopted at the Convention on Biological Diversity summit, DW talks to an indigenous leader on how native peoples are defending the Earth's forests - and through that, biodiversity and climate.
This cheeky green and red pair of Finsch's parakeets are pictured in Costa Rica - a country known for its rich wildlife. With some 87,000 species, the country is a global biodiversity hotspot.
The largest carnivorous freshwater fish in the Amazon region is considered a delicacy. Unfortunately, culinary delight all too often outweighs conservation.
The nomadic Hadza of Tanzania are turning to a modern technology to defend their land and traditional way of life.
A Bavarian company wants to cut down on plastic waste by making eco-friendly and fully biodegradable tableware from palm tree leaves.
Dealing with tarantulas, piranhas & many caimans isn't for sissies.
Tanzanian eco warriors use modern tech to save an ancient way of life, a German company wants us to eat off leaves instead of plastic and Norwegians fight for clean seas. This and more on Eco@Africa.
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