Whether wind, solar or hydropower, renewable energy is booming worldwide
Renewables are big business around the world - and usually good for the environment, particularly for preventing further climate change. Although even "green" power often has an ecological cost. And how to make renewable sources of energy work around the world? DW presents content around the topic of renewables.
France is more dependent on nuclear power than any other country in the world, but that could change. Earlier this year, the government issued a decree that includes a radical change in direction for French energy policy. As reporter John Laurenson explains, it involves major cuts to nuclear, while expanding wind and solar capacity.
In a special crossover show with DW's Africalink and Living Planet, we dive into the issue of climate change across Africa. What does climate science and climate activism look like on a continent already dealing with climate impacts today? How can African nations address energy poverty without contributing more greenhouse gas emissions? And is it time for climate reparations?