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In El Salvador, the small organization CESTA is fighting for more environmental protection.
Is coal really on the way out? Or is the planet-heating fossil fuel making a comeback?
Supporters of nuclear power say it can help wean us off polluting fossil fuels. But can it really help save the climate?
Germany's new coalition has promised a climate bonanza. But can the country hit the ambitious targets?
Forests, soils and oceans are the unsung heroes of our climate. But they could perform even better with a little help.
In Nepal, an NGO fights corruption so combat climate change aid goes where it should: to farmers.
Shrouded in toxic smog, New Delhi has shut down schools and workplaces. Though nations pledged to move away from coal at the UN climate summit, India is reluctant to replace the polluting fuel source.
Following the deadly flash flood that devastated villages in Germany's Ahr Valley, many residents are hoping to return. But experts say there needs to be a fundamental change in how we build in areas at risk of floods.
Floods, heat and disease: The health impacts of climate change are already being felt. Making the connection between the planet's health and our own could drive climate action, say experts.
The pressure is on for leaders attending the 26th climate conference to prevent global warming from accelerating further, but there is still a long way to go.
Audrey S-Darko is helping farmers in Ghana improve their sugar harvests and benefit the environment
Med Bycatch Project wants to see sustainable fishing in Tunisia
Environmentalists fear pollution from the Gonio landfill is seeping into the air, soil and waters of the Black Sea. But government plans to close it have left many waste pickers worrying about an uncertain future.
Countries hit by ecological damage and conflict are trapped in a vicious cycle where one problem reinforces the other. And climate change is expected to make things worse.
Could synthetic tiger claw and bear bile counteract the illegal market for animal products and help protect endangered species?
Namibia is opening more and more protected zones and wildlife reserves where brown hyenas can live in safety.
Vital marine ecosystems, seagrass meadows have for years been threatened by tourism and overdevelopment. Now conservationists are fighting to protect them for the future.
Amid an unprecedented extinction event, scientists have warned that protecting biodiversity is essential to protecting human life. However, experts are unsure whether China has the experience to lead a global effort.
Some argue that switching to a "circular economy" is crucial when it comes to climate protection and sustainability.
Germany has an established bottle deposit scheme, but how does it work and can it be adopted elsewhere?
Under pressure from the European Union, Bulgaria has finally committed to giving up coal. But miners fear that the country has failed to plan for a transition to greener jobs.
Cellphones have a huge environmental footprint. One company trying to change this is Fairphone. As they announce their latest offering, DW asks whether a no-impact smartphone is even possible.
As temperatures rise, our demand for cooling is going to surge. Experts say we need smart solutions.
From textiles and plastic to electrical waste: the world is drowning in rubbish.
Plastic has become a pollution nightmare. DW explores why billions are being invested in making more.
Want to inspire young people to protect the environment? Use our digital learning packs!
Two children, two continents, one major health crisis. A look at how communities are coping with water problems.
We still have time to slow down climate change! Every Friday, we'll show you how to get out of this mess.
The stunning coastal city of Saint-Louis is at greater risk from rising sea levels than any other in Africa.
The environmental cost of ylang ylang oil, rethinking tourism in Barcelona, and climate miseducation in the US.
A DW, Channels and NTV Uganda showcase of innovative and effective environmental concepts from Africa and Europe.
Based in Lagos, Nigeria's largest city, Chris Ilems presents environmental issues and solutions from West Africa.
Based in Uganda's capital, Kampala, Sandrah presents environmental issues and solutions from East Africa.
A French startup breeds millions of predatory bugs and wasps to protect tomato plants instead of using insecticides.
Be inspired and find constructive solutions for the environmental challenges of today with this DW and Scroll.in collaboration.
Based in Mumbai, Sannuta Raghu presents stories of innovation and the people behind them, who are finding solutions to the most pressing issues affecting the environment.
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