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.
While parts of Kenya are becoming drier, a growing number of people are starting to keep camels. The animals are more drought-resistant than cows - and their highly nutritious milk is catching on around the world.
Some people are skeptical that human activity is driving global warming. We take a look at the most common arguments used by climate deniers, and set the record straight.
A report commissioned by the German foreign office shows how in scenarios of instability and conflict, climate change can contribute to the emergence and growth of terrorist groups such as Boko Haram or "Islamic State."
DW's half-hour radio show and podcast Living Planet makes the environment matter to you.
On this week's Living Planet: From sourcing superfoods to combating food waste, we explore the weird and wonderful ways people are living green.
A ferry carrying 140 passengers has crashed into a pier on the main island of Gran Canaria, prompting an oil spill. But local authorities said emergency response teams tackled the spill "in record time."
Incredible wildlife photos, next-gen cars, rhinos and frosted plants. Join us as we take a look through the lens at some green events from around the world over the past week.
Environment and development belong together, according to the unshakeable optimist. And now the 55-year-old is the highest appointed German at the United Nations.
Palm oil is practically everywhere: whether it be food, cosmetics or gasoline. I wanted to know how to avoid it.
Blast fishing in Tanzania, recycling in Nigeria and Kenya, and a sanctuary giving orphaned chimps a second chance.
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