Rape, domestic violence, forced marriages: A new study details societal effects of climate change on girls and women.
Can waste from sugarcane make processing one of Kenya's key crops more environmentally friendly?
At the Green Free School in Copenhagen, you're more likely to find pupils gardening than sitting at a classroom desk.
Critics slam Germany's planned LNG terminals on grounds of climate pollution and fracking hypocrisy.
The landmark agreement created binding targets to limit greenhouse gas emissions. Was it a "game changer" — or not?
Growing interest in European railways makes transport well positioned for a big role in the continent's climate plans.
The range of technologies that fall under 'geoengineering' is hotly debated as a strategy for tackling climate change.
Many countries rely on climate-damaging coal, oil and gas to keep warm during winter. So what are the alternatives?
Smothering bureaucracy and limited access to finance may hinder the continent's ability to feed itself.
One small-scale farmer has seen the personal cost speaking up about land disputes and deforestation.
Indigenous ideas of nature are gaining a foothold in mainstream legal systems by granting rivers and even rice rights.
The worst locust outbreak in decades has devastated crops in East Africa and shows no signs of stopping. What are these ravenous insects, and what's being done to stop them?
Strengthened by climate change, the Indian Ocean Dipole has made Australia drier while countries such as Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia become wetter and more hospitable to desert locusts.
Cornflowers or potatoes? Wildflowers are disappearing due to increased fertilization in agricultural areas. An otherwise conventional farmer in Germany is testing organic farming methods — with varying success.
A Delhi-based project is making trendy handbags from waste while highlighting social inequality.
In the face of climate change, a growing number of churches are going green.
DW looks at how four of Africa's booming cities are adapting to the environmental problems they face from heat to waste.
The EU today voted to adopt 55 new fossil gas infrastructure projects that critics say betrays the Green Deal.
Destruction of packages sent back to e-commerce giants is just one part of a poorly researched problem.
With much electricity already coming from renewable energy, there is great potential for e-mobility in Kenya. But tackling air pollution through sustainable transport solutions has its challenges too.
Global demand for lithium is expected to triple in six years. But mining companies are increasingly coming into conflict with indigenous communities who are worried about the future of their ecosystems.
Coal and other fossil fuels remain lucrative despite the fact that investing in them is becoming increasingly risky. That's one reason some banks and global funds are backing renewables. Is this the start of a rethink?
Scarce resources and natural disasters are leading to more domestic violence, child marriages and sexual assault.
Crocodiles may have a fearsome reputation, but one organization is working to protect them from habitat loss and injury.
Traces of dangerous substances in our lakes, snow and oceans — we'll explore all on DW's Living Planet.
Neil and Gabe set out to understand the reasons for the massive decline in Germany's insect population.
A DW, Channels and Kwesé TV showcase of innovative and effective environmental concepts from Africa and Europe.
After being snubbed, Vanessa Nakate is working even harder to bring home her message of environmentally friendly living.
Be inspired and find constructive solutions for the environmental challenges of today with this DW and Scroll.in collaboration.
Scuba diving activists clear up ghost nets and ensure that coral reefs can regenerate.
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