Neuwerk officially belongs to Hamburg, despite being 100 kilometers away from the city. Visitors to the tiny island surrounded by the mud flats of the Wadden Sea can look forward to untouched nature.
A plague of algae is washing up on beaches in Brittany. Experts say only a drastic cut in nitrate fertilizer use will get rid of it, but farmers are reluctant to ditch the chemicals.
The Berlin International Film Festival has opened with Wes Anderson's "Isle of Dogs," a stop-motion adventure featuring the director's ultra-stylized approach. It also happens to be a political allegory.
The small island archipelago in the North Atlantic is a haven for lovers of untouched nature and solitude. The 18 islands with their capital of Torshavn belong to Denmark but are a world onto their own.
Join us as we take a look through the lens at some environmental events and moments from around the world over the past week. From beauty to tragedy, the natural world tells its own story.
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