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.
Billions of euros are spent on subsidies for fossil fuel producers. But just how much? The International Energy Agency says annual subsidies are about 400 billion, but the IMF puts the figure at a trillion euros.
In Mexico’s Chiapas region, coffee production suffers from erratic weather, pests and soil erosion. But scientists and farmers are exploring yet unused coffee varieties in the wild to raise crops that are more robust.
Turkey has a serious water issue. The country is struggling with its worst drought in a decade. Climate change is only part of the reason; poor water management is also to blame.
A massive global decline in bee populations has given beekeepers and scientists cause for concern. A scientist from Hamburg says that the introduction of tiny book scorpions could keep bee populations alive.
In a new report, Greenpeace is demanding immediate action to protect the bloc's citizens from a rising risk of nuclear accidents. The environmental NGO has found out that many nuclear power plants in Europe are too old.
In Turkey, fish are being captured, tagged and tossed back into the water as local marine experts try to figure out how to fish the waters of the Bosphorus, without causing the fish stocks to collapse.
Lack of health funds could curb efficient HIV/AIDS strategy.
Biologist Cord Riechelmann explains how we should fight for nature, not against it.
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