Palm oil is practically everywhere: whether it be food, cosmetics or gasoline. So how can you avoid it?
The end of industrial sugar plantations on Maui launches a fight for the future of Hawaiian land, water, and soul.
Someone in Berlin is leaving words in green on the sidewalks. And the message is clear: take climate change seriously.
Once they have a certain amount of alcohol in their blood, it seems Berlin's party people forget about their staunch environmentalism. How else can you explain this gallery of bottles?
Berlin has a reputation as a green capital. In this blog, we see if that's true and go in search of the good, the bad and the ugly of the city's environment. So... Magpies? Good, bad, ugly? Or just plain evil?
Berlin has a reputation as a green capital. In this blog, we see if that's true and go in search of the good, the bad and the ugly of the city's environment. So... blackberries? Good, bad or ugly? Depends who you ask.
Join us as we take a look through the lens at some green events from around the world over the past week.
DW joins a Zimbabwean anti-poaching unit on patrol to find out how it's been able to combat poachers and save elephants.
In Malawi, farmers depending on livestock often lack access to animal healthcare. Mobile vets are there to help.
Sixty villages in Togo are protecting hippos in the hope that ecotourism could be their future.
Sparrows may be dowdy, but their lives are filled with enough adventure to tell a thousand tales. Here is just one.
If you're #doingyourbit for the environment, upload your story for the chance to be featured on Global Ideas.
Saiga antelopes are notoriously elusive. But you can see them in our latest interactive experience.
Endangered animals are poached even in the world's protected areas, says conservation group WWF.
In the South Pacific, some blenny fish are evolving to live outside the water where they are less likely to fall prey to larger marine animals.
Deforestation to make way for cocoa plantations is having a devastating impact on spider monkeys.
When Kenyan Sam Dindi plucked up the courage to write to Sir Richard Branson for advice on promoting his conservation blog, he had no idea how successful his environmental education program would become.
In Sierra Leone, where communities are recovering from years of hard times, chocolate could just be an essential ingredient in the recipe for a sustainable future. And it could even save local wildlife.
Meet the inimitable Ed Franklin Gavua, a man with an imagination as colorful as his waste-based masks.
Good news for Adélie penguins - the species of "Happy Feet" fame - as scientists revise their numbers upwards by millions.
In our multimedia special, we visit South Africa to find out why rhinos are being poached into extinction.
We showcase people and projects worldwide whose ideas are helping to conserve biodiversity.
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