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.
Two weeks, 25,000 people, late-night compromise: This year's UN climate talks were more process than results. But important threads emerged — at official negotiations as well as on the sidelines. And, there's still hope!
In the German city of Bonn, delegates are trying to draw up a rule book for implementing the 2015 Paris Accords. It's a mammoth task, involving thousands of negotiators. And they are facing an approaching deadline, as DW's Jens Thurau reports.
The UN Secretary General was one of a number of global leaders attending climate talks in the German city of Bonn. They're hoping to inject a sense of urgency into discussions on the implementation of the 2015 Paris climate accord.
DW's half-hour radio show and podcast Living Planet makes the environment matter to you.
Nebraska regulators have approved an alternative route for the disputed TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline. Opponents are likely to challenge the decision and take the case to the state's Supreme Court.
Longevity may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of clams but some of the squishy creatures can live for centuries - if we let them.
At the UN climate conference in Bonn, an alliance of 20 countries pledged to rapidly phase out coal in the coming years. Germany has not joined the group — although the reasons for abandoning coal seem to be oiling up.
How would Bonn's prehistoric residents have viewed the UN's climate conference from their clifftop lookout over the Rhine? Looking back 14,000 years, Ian Johnson offers a different perspective on Earth’s climate drama.
This week on eco@africa: turning used cooking oil into biodiesel, urban farming and Terra Preta.
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