The WWF is using a medicine boat in DR Congo to gain the trust of locals and help protect nature.
From household garbarge to electronic waste, today's world generates more trash then ever before, A lot of it can be recycled: One person's waste is another's raw material.
In Delhi, trash is being given a new lease on life with an initiative called Green the Gap collecting waste and using it to make bags and purses. They don't just look trendy, they're good for the environment too.
In a Balinese village locals have set up a plant to compost trash, allowing them to earn money.
An environmental organization in Kenya is using eco-tourism to finance training and research trips among nature for children.
In Thailand new holiday resorts and tourism projects are designed with sustainability in mind.
It's long known that mass tourism poses a serious threat to the environment. An increasing number of holidaymakers are opting for eco-tourism which aims to protect travel destinations and their natural surroundings.
Climate Change affects all aspects of human life - from society to individual livelihoods from culture to politics and the economy. Integrating all of these in climate protection and adaptation requires new strategies.
For over two decades, Mexico City has been battling to cut pollution. The measures are working.
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