Climate change is happening. Deutsche Welle tells you all you need to know about this topic that concerns us all.
The Dubai World Government Summit 2017 saw delegations from more than 130 countries among the 4000 participants, and lots of big names among the speakers. Innovation, climate change and radicalization were some of the issues discussed. This was the first major international conference since the inauguration of Donald Trump, and our DW reporter explained how much of a role that played in Dubai.
In 1979, Jimmy Carter put solar panels on top of the White House. Now he's hoping that Donald Trump takes it further. Although the new President doesn't believe in climate change, his predecessor makes a convincing argument: investing in solar brings millions of jobs.
As the US administration's leadership on climate change flails, a new contender has emerged. So, will the world's second largest economy now take the lead on climate action? DW talks to Sam Geall, executive editor at chinadialogue.net and associate fellow at Chatham House, to find out.
Australia's Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef ecosystem in the world. Like coral reefs across the world, this UNESCO world heritage site is in critical danger because of climate change. But tour operators there say much of the reef still thrives, and their boats can even help protect it.