Technology that sustains the environment.
From renewable energy innovations to pollution solutions - smart green ideas are emerging now more than ever.
Smart technologies like big data, blockchain and the "Internet of Things" are likely to play a big role in the new energy landscape. So, will traditional utilities be replaced by green tech companies from Silicon Valley?
Many in East Africa do not have access to electricity. But one company in Kenya is on the case with its cheap, easy-to-use biogas system that harvests the power of organic waste and dung.
In a DW interview, Iran's Vice President Masoumeh Ebtekar discussed issues including the Syrian war and women's rights in Iran. She also urged world powers to follow through with Iran's nuclear deal.
When consumers constantly upgrade to the latest smartphone, this carries a heavy environmental cost. Although recycling helps, the underlying problem is economic growth versus the environment. How can this be solved?
The carmaker, as well as the electric cars that it exclusively produces, have long occupied only a niche in the automotive market. But the carmaker aims to change this with the Model 3, its first mid-price offering.
There are no limits to the imagination at the Consumer Electronics Show, one of the world's largest gadgets fairs. Here are some of the most creative and interesting eco-friendly products set to take off this year.
A group of entrepreneurs in Amsterdam cleaned up a polluted shipyard, turning it into an innovative tech playground. They're experimenting with clean technologies and are using human feces as fertilizers.
The Hanover Messe, the world's largest industrial fair kicked off on Sunday. This year's official partner is China. German companies are focusing both on cooperation and competition with the world's emerging giant.
Opel's CEO plans return the company to a profit margin within four years. While green technology and more appealing products would be a good start, analysts say a more functional organizational structure is needed too.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel opened the Frankfurt Motor Show Thursday with a speech that looked to the future of transportation with electric and hybrid cars.
Beer and cars are the first things that come to mind when people in China think of Germany. But a new national image campaign is out to change that.
On the heels of a major study that says world leaders must act urgently to avert a looming environmental catastrophe, Germany's environment minister has called on the country to invest heavily in green technology.
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