In Berlin, three farming families and the environmental organization Greenpeace are taking the battle against climate change to court. They are suing the German government, claiming it is reducing CO2 emissions too slowly to reach its promised goal.
For the first time, the German government is being taken to court for failing to protect the climate. Ahead of the hearing, DW spoke to one of the plaintiffs in the case, organic farmer Silke Backsen.
Climate change, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence are some of several areas in which Germany and India have agreed to boost cooperation. The countries' leaders kicked off talks by signing a range of agreements.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel wrapped up her trip to India with the announcement of a billion-euro investment into green projects in the country. Merkel placed climate change at the center of her talks in India.
With a plant-based diet touted as the answer to emissions-intensive livestock farming, DW marks World Vegan Day by asking if a new wave of low carbon post-meat products can really lead the climate fight?
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