If approached correctly, climate change could be an opportunity for the global economy, UN climate chief Christiana Figueres told DW.
In an interview with Global Ideas ahead of the World Health Summit in Berlin, British epidemiologist Sir Andrew Haines makes the case for cutting greenhouse gas now, saying the health of future generations hinges on it.
Psychotherapist Rosemary Randall counsels people on their feelings of powerlessness and anxiety around climate change issues. In this interview with DW, she explains how this can contribute to a neccesary transformation.
German Chancellor is paying another visit to China this weekend - her 7th trip to the Asian powerhouse. But this time multi-billion-euro deals are unlikely to make the headlines. Bilateral business is getting tougher.
Soil pollution has been one of the side effects of three decades of breakneck economic expansion in China, raising concerns over food security and people's health in the world's most populous nation.
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