Pollution can take many forms.
Air, water, solid waste - most agree that pollution is harmful for people and other life on Earth. But more controversial is how to best prevent it - and clean it up.
Fewer butterflies are flitting from flower to flower in the UK and North America, say two new studies. Pesticides, disappearing green areas and air pollution are some of the culprits.
After Aida’s son Imbachi collapsed at school, he’s in hospital under sedation. Aida gets a tempting offer to help him.
From next year, the southwestern city will prevent entry to most diesel cars at times when air pollution levels stray too high. Stuttgart is often labeled as Germany's worst city for smog.
Stolen penguins and newly discovered sharks are just a few of the environmental events that made headlines this week. Join us as we take a look through these green stories.
Organic food is bigger in Germany than in most countries, yet sales total only 5 percent of the nation's groceries market. Can "bio" ever break out of its niche status?
Five EU countries face court action if they don't take steps to reduce dangerously high nitrogen dioxide pollution. The gas was responsible for more than 10,000 premature deaths in Germany in a single year.
More and more cities are plagued by Smog. Two London startups are trying to clear the air. Using new technologies in wearables and recreational benches, they're trying to save city dwellers from high levels of pollution.
Aida’s day turns into a nightmare when the emergency alarm at her workplace starts ringing. And it gets even worse...
Pollutants in the deepest part of the ocean, increasing litter on the remote Arctic seabed and a sad image showing a turtle entangled in a plastic fishernet. It is high time to tackle marine pollution.
Even on the seabed of the remote Arctic Ocean, marine species have to share their living space with plastic bags, glass shards and fishing nets, researchers at the Alfred Wegener Institute have found out.
Australian consumers are unhappy about the way German carmaker VW has been treating them after the company's emissions-cheating scandal broke in 2015. VW car owners are waiting for "proper compensation."
The harmful chemical PFC is often found in raincoats and hiking boots. But a market leader in outdoor gear now wants to do without it. Environmentalists have praised the move and see changes afoot in the industry.
Bavaria's state bank is set to invest about $120 million in the Dakota Access Pipeline, which threatens a Native American reservation and drinking water. Other banks have already sold their stake.
A start-up is promoting cycling with an app that gives users vouchers for eschewing polluting cars and hopping on their bikes.
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