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.
With growing concerns over the impact of air pollution on India's 1.2 billion people, the government has launched a new air quality index. But as Vandana Shiva tells DW, simply monitoring pollution won't solve the issue.
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Icebergs have a haunting beauty. But their striking sculptural forms can belie a sinister process. Global warming means glacial giants that once saw all seasons through are being hewn away by warming waters.
We had a huge response to our video about leaf plates. Many wondered about the carbon footprint of biodegradable plates made in India to use in Germany. We asked Claudio Fritz-Vietta, co-founder of Leef, to explain.
For the first time, the German state of Saxony is allowing a wild wolf to be shot, for displaying "unusual behavior." The decision is a rare one, as wolves are strictly protected in Germany.
Uganda’s Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Lake Victoria is a safe haven orphaned chimpanzees that also fights hunting, educates the public and offers ecotourism.
In many parts of the world, animals are integral to customs and festivals. Some more celebratory than others.
The German village that produces all its own power from renewable facilities owned by residents.
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