The preservation and sustainable use of biodiversity are considered important foundations for human well-being. The destruction and fragmentation of habitats is seen as the greatest threat by far to biodiversity on Earth.
The passenger pigeon, the woolly mammoth and the Tasmanian tiger – what do they all have in common? They are extinct. But how many animals have died out? And how many more will? Global Ideas takes a look.
Even as terrorism-related deaths drop dramatically in some parts of the world, fatalities in OECD countries have reached a 16-year high. Research Director of the Global Terrorism Index Daniel Hyslop tells DW why.
With the native red squirrel under threat of extinction in Britain by the introduced gray species, new efforts are underway to kill the latter to save the former. Is that possible, and is it fair?
Although global wealth has grown substantially in the past decade, the so-called millennial generation is finding it harder to excel financially than previous generations due to greater inequality and joblessness.
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