The words "climate change" have come to imply global havoc. But they also inspire people to engage, act, and do what they can to slow the process of global warming. We meet the leading figures in climate action.
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Ahead of the COP24 climate conference set for Poland in November, the United Nations has started the Talanoa Dialogue — it's one of the key outcomes of the previous climate summit, COP23. But what is it actually about?
The UN city of Bonn is hosting the global climate conference. What do participants, activists and residents expect of COP23?
A new leisure megapark to be built near Paris could help improve a suburb's image. But environmentalists are up in arms about the sprawling complex. Lisa Louis reports from Paris.
DW's half-hour radio show and podcast Living Planet makes the environment matter to you.
On eco@africa, we find out why South Africa's corals are so resilient, meet the microbiologist making gowns from milk and the man promoting hybrid cars in Nigeria. Those stories and much more on this week's show!
Spring has sprung in the northern hemisphere. That means large numbers of gray whales are beginning their migration from Mexican to Alaskan waters, much to the delight of whale watchers.
World landmarks from the Eiffel Tower to the Empire State Building will go dark this weekend. Due to "Earth Hour" campaign to support the fight against climate change and highlight the dangers mankind poses to nature.
Rather than debating the facts of climate change, oil companies in the dock in California are questioning how long a climate consensus has existed. Two cities are suing oil companies for costs related to global warming.
Mikael Vogel's book "Dodos On The Run" looks at man's responsibility for the extinction of animals in plain words.
"Climate change is one of the great dangers we face, and it's one we can prevent" — Stephen Hawking, Physicist
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