Our Earth has a fever! Can she sweat it out, now that there's a new doctor - the climate pact?
The French capital received nearly double the average rainfall in December and January, causing the river Seine to swell its banks. Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo said the floods were a stark reminder of the need to adapt to climate change. But is global warming the only cause?
This year, storms have already left European cities like Paris and Bonn under water. A new study warns this is set to be the new normal – even if we keep global warming to the optimistic limit of 1.5 degree Celsius. DW spoke to scientist Richard Betts to find out more.
Transport is one of the major drivers of global warming. We hear about local initiatives to bring down emissions — from efforts to pedestrianize Paris, to the Kabul mayor's bold plan for eco-friendly travel. And, are e-scooters the answer to Mexico City's pollution problems?
DW's half-hour radio show and podcast Living Planet makes the environment matter to you.
Massive wildfires are taking a toll on communities throughout the American West, destroying homes and communities. Some people, however, have made a business model out of it. But is this playing with fire?
A US judge has denied Monsanto a new trial after finding the agrochemical company liable for its cancer-causing product. The verdict dragged down shares in Monsanto's German parent, Bayer.
Wolves have barely resettled in Germany and protest is already stirring. But we must not allow irrational fears to destroy progress on the road to greater biodiversity, writes Jennifer Wagner.
Balloons, cotton swabs, plastic bags — these are environmentally-damaging products we could live without. But not all of them are on the European Union's list of proposed items to ban. We pick five that should be.
Cycling is good for the climate and is becoming popular again in China. That's having unexpected impacts.
"We're removing the alien vegetation from the environment, getting biodiversity back to the way it should be as well as using this biomass to make useful products and then training people." Emile Mopp, Mill Manager
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