Researchers at the Institute for the Study of Labor in Bonn have compared the performance of football players in the German Bundesliga with data on fine dust pollution. The result: the higher the pollution, the fewer the passes played.
US entertainment company Disney has announced it's planning to launch its own streaming services. The move would involve dropping its partnership with Netflix and bypassing the cable companies it relies on.
The Paris Agreement sought to place a lower limit on global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius. But researchers fear that may already be locked in - even 2 degrees may be overshot. All the more reason for action, many say.
President Moon has briefly shut down dirty coal plants in South Korea, ushering in a new era for climate change. DW examines Moon's climate policy and how he intends to clean one of the world's most polluted countries.
The southwestern state of Baden-Württemberg, well-known for its car industry, is the backbone of the German economy. Is it ready for the future? Nina Haase and Sumi Somaskanda went to find out.
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