Trash. It's a huge problem all over the world - especially in growing cities. From waste-pickers in Mumbai to board games in Bangalore, Sella Oneko explores how India, population 1.25 billion, deals with garbage.
We tend to associate corals with warm, tropical regions. But there are also species that live in cold, dark, deep waters. What happens to these creatures as climate change warms the ocean and makes the water more acidic?
Most people know of corals along coastlines - but there are also beautiful corals growing in deeper waters. Researchers at the GEOMAR Institute in Kiel, Germany, are running tests to see how these corals react to warmer and more acidic waters. Results are mixed.
At least two people were killed and 120 injured when a 6.7 magnitude quake hit the Greek island of Kos and Turkey's Aegean coast, sending tourists onto the streets.
DW's half-hour radio show and podcast Living Planet makes the environment matter to you.
Perplexed that no one was promoting Māori food, a New Zealand chef ventured to acquaint his people with their native flavors. Today, Charles Royal offers food tours and supplies sustainably foraged plants from the bush.
On this week's eco@africa, we see how an initiative is tackling growing waste in Zanzibar, pulling giraffes back from the brink in western Africa and dealing with all the food you can't eat. All this and more!
Our planet is full of amazing animals, peculiar plants, funky fungi and odd phenomena. Global Ideas takes a look at an marine wonder dubbed the 'shrimp from Mars' by scientists. It's got some incredible abilities.
From cassava husks in Nigeria to Kenya’s superfood the baobab fruit, we’re taking a whirlwind tour of eco friendly food products - and how to deal with food waste!
The iconic giant manta ray is under threat. In Peru, conservationists are passionately fighting to protect it.
Africans have known about the fruit's unique qualities for generations - now demand is growing around the world.
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