"Flight shame" is gripping more and more people across Europe. It's spurred a campaign to get people to stop flying. But it's also boosting the train travel business.
Shame may not be the most efficient fuel to spur action against climate change, says DW's Kate Ferguson after attending Germany's first national aviation conference in the eastern city of Leipzig.
As we grapple with climate change, travel journalist Paul Sullivan considers the cognitive and moral dissonance involved in selling destinations at a time when the planet needs us to be traveling less.
Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg refuses to travel by plane. Media coverage would have us believe it's a movement that has spread across Sweden — but is it all just hype? DW's Louise Osborne reports.
As conservationists and campaigners thrash out wildlife trade rules, a debate rages over whether trophy hunting helps or hinders the protection of endangered species.
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