During COP23, a group of activists ceremoniously carry coal into a museum of historical things in Bonn.
Oil and coal consumption around the world must be reduced if the 2 degree C global warming target is to be kept. This gives cause for concern; yet it also motivates change. Is there an end in sight to fossil fuel energy?
America's sole official side event at COP23 has attempted to present fossil fuels as a solution to climate change. This was largely ridiculed - but could cleaner fossil fuels be a realistic prospect?
National climate pledges and writing the Paris accord rule book are at the heart of COP23 climate conference in Bonn. DW caught up with expert Niklas Höhne to get the latest.
Until recently, Angela Merkel was known as the "climate chancellor" and Germany had a squeaky-green image. But now it looks like the country will miss the goals it pledged in Paris. Could a Jamaica coalition change that?
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