Scientists have warned that sea levels around the world are to rise by at least one meter in the next 100 to 200 years.
Scientists have discovered what caused Berlin's beloved polar bear Knut to drown in his enclosure.
A US city-dwelling rhino is to travel to the wilds of Indonesia to help save his species.
Small-scale farmers in Paraguay are fighting monocultures with traditional and environmentally friendly agriculture.
For many, Golden Rice is a solution to Vitamin A deficiency in poor countries. But others see the grains as a hazard.
A NASA simulation reveals the world’s five ocean garbage patches and shows how tiny particles move along ocean streams.
Moya, a lightweight curtain invented by Charlotte Slingsby can turn even the softest breeze into wind energy.
A group of entrepreneurs in Amsterdam cleaned up a polluted shipyard, turning it into an innovative tech playground.
In Germany, a major energy company and environmental activists are locked in a battle over an ancient forest.
On World Elephant Day, DW talked to German director Jakob Kneser about his film 'Gambling on Extinction'.
We eat only around 200 of the earth's 300,000 edible plant species. But why?
Maasai warriors are dropping their spears and picking up cricket bats to save the northern white rhino from extinction.
As many Egyptians celebrate expansion of the Suez Canal, ecologists voice concerns over invasive species.
The battle to protect - or hunt - endangered animals is going digital.
Join us as we explore the endless expanse of air and the wildlife that lives in it.
Many of you followed our challenge to explore wildlife. Now, we are happy to announce the winners.
Conserving biodiversity, protecting the climate and inspiring others to do the same. That's the goal of the environment projects that we profile.