The impact of climate change is becoming evident in Alaska faster and more dramatically than anywhere else on earth. Deutsche Welle reporter Irene Quaile visited Alaska with the Climate Change College.
Greenhouse gas emissions are increasing and with it the danger of global catastrophes. That's the bad news in the new report from UN climate change panel, the IPCC. The good news? There's still hope - for a limited time.
The effects of climate change threaten human and animal life, as well as the global economy, according to the second report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
As bee populations plummet, British conservationists come up with a unique rescue plan. As India's federal election opens, farmers demand protection against oil and gas drills that have destroyed their land. The final chapter of the IPCC report is released, offering solutions for dealing with CO2.
The UK's bee population is in rapid decline, and the consequences could be disastrous. Plans for a series of bee highways filled with grassland and wild flowers could be just what's needed to reverse that trend.
Inside 30 years Vietnam has gone from importing rice to becoming the world’s second largest rice exporter. Over-use of pesticides is damaging the environment, but farmers in the Mekong Delta say they've found a solution.
The murder of the da Silvas in Brazil shocked the world. Now, Global Witness has released a study that reveals that murders of environmentalists are on the rise worldwide. Senior campaigner Oliver Courtney speaks with DW on the issue.
Lean back and get ready to meet three young students who are facing some difficult choices.
Cryptozoology pioneer Loren Coleman outlines the basics of his very eclectic subject.
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