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"26.03.2017 16:04:00" dw.com Living Planet: Did climate change cause Peru's flooding? | All media content | DW.COM | 23.03.2017 Peru has been hit by devastating floods after rivers along the Peruvian coast burst their banks as a result of unseasonal heavy rains. Dozens of lives have been lost, and thousands more thrown into chaos as homes are cut off or washed away, and power Dozens of lives lost, thousands thrown into chaos. Were the floods in Peru caused by climate change? #LivingPlanet
"26.03.2017 15:30:00" Why is soil brown?
"26.03.2017 12:14:00" dw.com Italy's truffle wars | eco@africa | DW.COM | 23.03.2017 Poisonings, robberies and smuggling: Ever since white truffles became more valuable than gold, Italy's truffle collectors have been at war with each other. For collectors hunting for so-called "white gold" in Italy, it's ON.
"26.03.2017 06:30:00" dw.com For the love of dog | News | DW.COM | 24.03.2017 Germany is canine-crazy. Tamsin Walker investigates the phenomenon.
"25.03.2017 19:17:27" DW Environment Jennifer Collins and Louise Osborne are live from the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin for WWF's #EarthHour #ChangeClimateChange
"25.03.2017 17:30:01" DW Environment Lights out for climate change! Join the DW Environment crew live from the Brandenburg Gate at 20.15 CET for WWF's #EarthHour #ChangeClimateChange - we'll be interviewing WWF Germany head Eberhard Brandes, so please let us know if you have any questions! Join us for WWF's #EarthHour live from the Brandenburg Gate at 20:15 CET!
"25.03.2017 16:20:00" dw.com Earth Hour: Famous landmarks plunge into darkness - but why? | DW Environment | DW.COM | 24.03.2017 The annual #EarthHour event has grown into a global movement campaigning to #ChangeClimateChange.
But can it make a difference? And will you switch off your lights?
"25.03.2017 15:15:00" Timeline Photos Check out this women's initiative for cleaner streets in Uganda. #EcoAfrica http://dw.com/p/2Zp31
"25.03.2017 10:56:00" blogs.dw.com Ice-Blog - DW.COM Ice-Blog Arctic sea ice is at yet another all-time low. At this point, the danger is a “so what?” kind of reaction.
The newest installment of our Ice Blog.
"25.03.2017 08:09:00" dw.com Could the law driving computing leaps speed up climate protection? | DW Environment | DW.COM | 24.03.2017 A new report says the UN's incremental approach to reducing emissions is all wrong. The effort needs to come on strong early - and lessons can be learned from the evolution of computing. A new report says the UN's incremental approach to reducing emissions is all wrong - and proposes another solution.
PIK Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
"24.03.2017 17:43:00" After poachers killed a white rhino for its horn in France, a Czech zoo isn't taking any chances.
"24.03.2017 16:45:00" dw.com Living Planet: Why alien eucalyptus trees have caused havoc in Cameroon | All media content | DW.COM | 23.03.2017 Vast swathes of territory in Cameroon are used to farm eucalyptus trees - either for timber or for electricity poles. Many people have come to rely on farming the trees as their primary source of income. But eucalyptus needs large amounts of water, and Imported Australian eucalyptus trees led to a water crisis and bad yields in Cameroon. This week on #LivingPlanet: What happens when we tamper with nature.
"24.03.2017 15:01:00" dw.com Through the lens | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 23.03.2017 Rights for rivers in India and a fish out of water - just some of this week's environmental moments.
"24.03.2017 14:01:40" DW Environment "Nature has not devised an extra path for us humans."
Two German authors on the suffering and dreams of animals. Animals may be much more like us than we think.
"24.03.2017 13:00:00" dw.com Lima struggles with flooding aftermath | TOP STORIES | DW.COM | 24.03.2017 "Every day we wait here for water. Sometimes it comes, sometimes it doesn't."
"24.03.2017 08:10:21" DW Environment Desperately waiting for rain in Cape Town. #EcoAfrica
"23.03.2017 19:10:00" dw.com Is glyphosate safe for human consumption? | All media content | DW.COM | 23.03.2017 The EU says the weed killer glyphosate is safe - but it based the decision on research done by Monsanto, the company that produces the pesticide...
"23.03.2017 17:30:00" A new life for discarded plastic straws in Uganda. Are you also #DoingYourBit? #EcoAfrica
"23.03.2017 16:39:34" DW Environment Global warming is changing our experience of the weather. ☀❄#WorldMetDay
"23.03.2017 15:51:28" media.giphy.com giphy.com Could these guys be on the menu for more people soon? #EcoAfrica
"23.03.2017 15:45:00" Photos from DW - Global Ideas's post This week, we headed to Sierra Leone, where locals are learning to sustainably grow cocoa. Like your favorite photo to vote for this week's banner!
"23.03.2017 15:11:45" DW Environment The World Metereological Organization is unravelling the mystery of our fluffy friends. It is unveiling a new Cloud Atlas on #WorldMetDay. http://dw.com/p/2ZfEi ☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁☁
"23.03.2017 14:01:00" connect4climate.org #Photo4Climate 2.0: Can an image stop climate change? | #Connect4Climate How does climate change affect your daily life? Send in your photos for Connect4Climate's Instagram challenge using hashtag #Photo4Climate. The theme this week is rivers and lakes.
"23.03.2017 12:40:00" dw.com Going organic in Ghana | Business | DW.COM | 23.03.2017 A papaya farm with a difference.
"23.03.2017 10:25:08" DW Environment Africa's food crisis is affecting up to 60 million people. And aid may not be able to prevent future crises. Aid isn't solving Africa's food crisis.
"23.03.2017 07:40:00" dw.com Master waste mask maker of Ghana | All media content | DW.COM | 22.03.2017 Masks out of trash - a choir of voices to raise awareness for Ghana's waste problem.
"22.03.2017 21:15:00" In Japan, it's officially cherry blossom season.
"22.03.2017 19:12:00" dw.com Pumping, snorkeling, talking - the amazing talents of animal noses | All media content | DW.COM | 22.03.2017 Our noses are nothing compared to these.
"22.03.2017 18:00:00" India's Ganges river now has the same legal rights as a human
"22.03.2017 17:21:00" dw.com A world without water | DW Environment | DW.COM | 22.03.2017 Drought isn't just affecting people worldwide - animals are suffering, too. #WorldWaterDay
"22.03.2017 16:33:09" media.giphy.com giphy.com A nice glass of clean water - that's not a given for 1.8 billion people worldwide who rely on water contaminated with feces. But there's hope on #WorldWaterDay. http://dw.com/p/2Zi4j
"22.03.2017 15:54:18" DW Environment This year, #WorldWaterDay is looking at wastewater. The UN says more of it needs to be recycled. In many regions contaminated water is discharged into rivers and lakes, and eventually ends up in oceans. Meanwhile it can actually be a resource.
"22.03.2017 15:15:00" dw.com World Water Day: Northern Ghana grapples with water shortages | Africa | DW.COM | 22.03.2016 "If there is no water, you can't live. Water is life," Moses Akolgo says.
His village isn't the only one in Northern Ghana facing water shortages. #WorldWaterDay
"22.03.2017 14:00:42" DW Environment On today's #WorldWaterDay, half a billion people around the world have no clean drinking water, WaterAid says. http://dw.com/p/2ZhFt Half a billion people around the world don't have clean drinking water. #WorldWaterDay http://dw.com/p/2ZhFt
"22.03.2017 08:16:07" DW Environment Peru floods: Climate change or part of the normal weather cycle? Are the floods in Peru "normal" or down to climate change?
"22.03.2017 07:35:00" Timeline Photos Building a 'green wall' to fight back the Sahara. http://dw.com/p/2ZLIG
"21.03.2017 21:03:00" dw.com Mojib Latif: WMO report a wake-up call | All media content | DW.COM | 21.03.2017 Extreme weather conditions will become more frequent, climatologist Mojib Latif tells DW.
"21.03.2017 20:00:00" dw.com Google Maps hyperlapse around the world | All media content | DW.COM | 20.03.2017 Travel the world in maps. DW Digital
"21.03.2017 18:20:00" dw.com Extreme weather to continue in 2017 | All media content | DW.COM | 21.03.2017 The extreme weather that made 2016 the hottest year on record isn't stopping, the UN weather agency says.
"21.03.2017 17:12:00" dw.com Can the dying Dead Sea be saved? | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 21.03.2017 The Dead Sea is disappearing at a rate of one meter per year.
"21.03.2017 16:51:07" DW Business The bleak future of Zanzibar's seaweed industry Global warming is affecting Zanzibar's seaweed - and those that depend on it.
"21.03.2017 15:49:25" media.giphy.com giphy.com It might sound like a tall tale, but giraffes in Niger are in danger. http://dw.com/p/2ZbcH
"21.03.2017 15:10:00" dw.com Thailand's coin-swallowing sea turtle 'Piggy Bank' dies after surgery | News | DW.COM | 21.03.2017 Nearly 1,000 coins were removed from her stomach, but she died anyway.
Will people think twice now before they throw change into ponds?
"21.03.2017 14:10:20" dw.com Meet Moma the baby elephant, Cologne Zoo's newest arrival | News | DW.COM | 21.03.2017 Moma could help highlight the threat Asian elephants are under.
"21.03.2017 13:04:46" media.giphy.com giphy.com The German city of Bonn is hoping to get its bike scheme off the ground. http://dw.com/p/2YXRY
"21.03.2017 12:25:00" dw.com Chinese police arrest dinosaur-egg thief | News | DW.COM | 20.03.2017 This man took 80 fossilized eggs.
"21.03.2017 10:08:02" DW Environment Ever wondered what the sky looks like from Mars? What color is the sky if you look at it from Mars?
"21.03.2017 08:02:00" dw.com Trees: our green lungs and so much more | All media content | DW.COM | 20.03.2017 If you're not a tree-hugger yet, you should become one today - on the International Day of Forests. ☺ This year, the day is an ode to our oldest renewable.
"21.03.2017 03:45:00" dw.com Majestic photos of sea eagles | All media content | DW.COM | 19.03.2017 Meet a German photographer fascinated with the River Elbe's eagles.
"20.03.2017 21:07:00" Crops, roads and livelihoods are being destroyed in Peru's floods.
"20.03.2017 19:10:00" dw.com Australian teen escapes crocodile by 'punching' it | News | DW.COM | 19.03.2017 POW!
"20.03.2017 18:07:00" dw.com A dam draining life in Ethiopia | DW Environment | DW.COM | 20.03.2017 Construction of the Gibe III dam on the Omo River displaced indigenous groups who had called the area their home for centuries. Now their land, with its delicate ecosystem, is also under threat. Africa's largest hydroelectric plant could provide electricity to 6 million households. Still, it's controversial.
"20.03.2017 17:44:00" dw.com 50 years on: the oily legacy of the "Torrey Canyon" | DW Environment | DW.COM | 17.03.2017 The aftermath of the first major marine oil spill has killed "thousands, if not tens of thousands of birds."
"20.03.2017 17:21:22" media.giphy.com giphy.com Happy first day of Spring!
Since the days will be getting longer now, you'll have time to watch the flowers grow AND check out our DW Environment page
"20.03.2017 16:22:00" multimedia.dw.com Life of a Berlin sparrow - dw.com In celebration of World Sparrow Day (today!), dive into the adventures, sensations and sounds of a Berlin sparrow's life.
"20.03.2017 15:00:54" media.giphy.com giphy.com It's one giant leap for fishkind - OUT of the water. http://dw.com/p/2ZPiq
"20.03.2017 13:46:42" DW Environment #EcoAfrica http://dw.com/p/2ZLRN Germany's original eco pioneer. #EcoAfrica
"20.03.2017 09:49:02" DW - Global Ideas's cover photo Niger has only a few hundred West African giraffes left. There are only 600 left in West Africa. Now environmental groups are creating protected areas for them. http://dw.com/p/2ZK0p
"20.03.2017 09:20:14" DW Environment It's the worst flooding in two decades. Dozens have been killed and thousands made homeless by flooding in Peru. And the forecast is for more rain.
"19.03.2017 12:20:00" How to work with your favorite Cheetahs are precious predators. But they truely like you, says Dawn Glover from @CheetahOutreach.
The cats are her favorite. Here's why.
"19.03.2017 07:54:00" dw.com Pastor finds 706-carat diamond in Sierra Leone The value of the diamond has not yet been determined, but it could easily be worth tens of millions of dollars. So-called "blood diamonds" fueled a vicious civil war in Sierra Leone that left up to 120,000 dead. It would easily be worth tens of millions of dollars. http://dw.com/p/2ZM4g
"18.03.2017 18:58:01" dw.com Living Planet: 'It's like a spa for snails' | All media content | DW.COM | 16.03.2017 The ancient Greeks and Romans used snails for beauty treatments. Now 2,000 years on, snail farming is flourishing in Italy thanks to a new craze for slime-based skincare and health products. But just how are they extracting the slime? Baby, is that snail slime on your skin? In Italy, a slippery, ancient beauty tradition lives on.
"18.03.2017 10:52:00" dw.com Radioactivity in the nature in the Czech Republic | All media content | DW.COM | 16.03.2017 It's more than 30 years since the Chernobyl disaster. The aftermath is still there. Most of it is not obvious. In the Czech Republic, for instance, wild boars are still affected by the nuclear catastrophe. Almost half of the animals which are shot in the More than 30 years after the Chernobyl disaster almost half of the wild boars which are shot in the forests of the Southern Czech Republic are still radioactive. http://dw.com/p/2ZH1A
"17.03.2017 19:12:00" Cheetah Check They sleep much longer than you do. Cross my heart.
"17.03.2017 15:16:03" Photos from DW - Global Ideas's post Number of giraffes in West Africa: 600
Their status: downgraded to 'vulnerable' on the IUCN's Red List
The problem(s): climate change, drought, illegal hunting, armed conflicts
Solution: two environmental groups want to establish a protected area close
"17.03.2017 14:55:01" dw.com Brazilian wandering spider alert shuts down German supermarket The most-venomous spider in the world often catches a ride on shipments of bananas, causing panic when they are found. A German tabloid was once offering a cash reward for anyone who could spot one. Yuck!
"17.03.2017 09:05:00" dw.com Living Planet: Slovakia's maligned predators | All media content | DW.COM | 16.03.2017 In Slovakia's Carpathian Mountains, wolves, bears and even the shy lynx have long been a feature of mountain life. But their "dangerous" reputation has left these species maligned and under threat. Now, conservationists are trying to track them with the Slovakia's Carpathian Mountains, wolves, bears and even the shy lynx have long been a feature of mountain life. But their "dangerous" reputation has left these species maligned and under threat. #LivingPlanet
"16.03.2017 19:04:31" dw.com Through the lens | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 16.03.2017 Join us as we take a look through the lens at some environmental events from around the world over the past week, including the ravenous spiders, stranded dolphins and wandering toads. The pictures that moved us this week are powerful and colorful. Read the stories of ravenous spiders, stranded dolphins, wandering toads and more. #ThroughTheLens
"16.03.2017 15:57:51" dw.com Cleaning up Mumbai's beaches Mumbai generates around 10,000 tons of garbage a day. There aren't enough dumps and landfill sites where it can be disposed of. Afroz Shah is a lawyer. He decided to take matters into his own hands, and spends his weekends cleaning up his local beach. Mumbai produces 10,000 tons of garbage a day and it takes a lot of voluntary work to tackle the situation http://dw.com/p/2YwVB
"16.03.2017 15:25:42" DW Environment Germany has to fix it's demography strategy, the country's record so far is below average. Interview with James Vaupel http://dw.com/p/2ZF9P Does Germany really has to fix something? What's your opinion? http://dw.com/p/2ZF9P
"16.03.2017 13:11:31" No-stress Tourism Have you ever asked a whale if he likes to be whale-watched? It's a stressful situation for them. But Oceano's approach keeps stress away from the animals.
"16.03.2017 09:24:30" media0.giphy.com gph.is Yes, little fella, you are one of many many more. The clever scientists simply couldn't do the math right. http://dw.com/p/2ZFRe
"16.03.2017 08:10:03" DW Environment If we want to hold the 1.5 degrees [Celsius; 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit] line, which is the ambitious goal of the Paris agreement, we have maybe 300 billion tons left - more or less the budget of 10 years - if we do business as usual, says Hans Joachim #MarchForScience
"15.03.2017 13:54:38" media.giphy.com gph.is Boil 'em, mash 'em, stick 'em in a stew - even you couldn't say no to a potato http://dw.com/p/2Z6eB
"15.03.2017 12:21:01" dw.com How electric cars take over oil-rich Norway With more than 100,000 electric cars already on the road, oil and gas-rich Norway aims to phase out fossil fuel cars altogether by 2025. Can it be done? Lars Bevanger reports from Oslo. #OMG! The number of electric cars in Norway is skyrocketing - from 321 to 100,000 in just ten years! No country on earth has more per capita!
"15.03.2017 11:30:58" dw.com Saving Kosovo's brown bears | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 14.03.2017 Global Ideas takes a look at Kosovo's Bear Sanctuary Prishtina, where freed bears can live and relearn natural behaviors after a law ended mistreatment and inadequate captivity in the country in 2010. We've been at Kosovo's Bear Sanctuary Prishtina, where freed bears can live and relearn natural behaviors.
"15.03.2017 10:52:12" DW Environment Medical cannabis can relieve patients from pain. Some believe that the agent has the same effects on animals, so they started to get their sick pets stoned. Tell us your thoughts on the subject. Cannabis for pets? What do you think?
"14.03.2017 19:14:27" dw.com Thailand seizes rhino horns in random luggage check Thai authorities have discovered nearly 50 kilos (110 pounds) of smuggled rhino horn while searching luggage from Ethiopia at Bangkok's main airport. The substance is worth more than gold on the black market. "It's the biggest confiscation of rhino horns in years." The shipment discovered was worth around $5 million, officials said on Tuesday. 21 horns were found. Experts believe that the animals were killed before having the horns cut off.
"14.03.2017 16:20:41" DW Environment #Opinion: Hunger on the Horn of Africa is not caused by climate change ➡️➡️ http://dw.com/p/2Z8Am The next hunger crisis is coming.
"14.03.2017 14:51:26" dw.com The cheetahs' race for survival | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 14.03.2017 The organization Cheetah Outreach is showing South Africans just how important the animals are for the ecosystem. Their philosophy? Creating understanding will help secure the big cat's survival. Cheetah Outreach is showing South Africans just how important the animals are for the ecosystem. The organization believes that creating understanding will help secure the big cat's survival.
"14.03.2017 12:46:53" DW Environment The toads are crossing the streets again in Germany. A Bonn based NGO is helping them to get it done http://dw.com/p/2Z6Kg The most common strategy to protect toads is to put up special amphibian fences. There are about 800 of these fences in Germany.
"14.03.2017 10:35:55" About the Fast and the Curious Fast, faster, Cheetah! But without the help of dedicated humans, the animals could never run away.
"14.03.2017 09:10:30" DW Environment If you ask the WildBakers, the traditional craft of making bread hasn't to be boring. One bread is not like another, WildBakers.
"14.03.2017 08:48:00" DW Environment Children in Syria are growing up as "generation trauma." Many have never lived a life without war. It is extremely difficult to process such experiences, says psychologist Elise Bittenbinder, who has also seen healing ⏩⏩ http://dw.com/p/2Z4wv About three million children in Syria have only seen war, death and destruction in their lifetime. How has that affected them? Interview with psychologist Elise Bittenbinder.
"13.03.2017 16:03:00" Meet Romeo & Juliet Yes, it's ♥ But Romeo and Juliet have an even greater meaning.
"13.03.2017 14:09:56" youtube.com TOLAK REKLAMASI -SANUR ,SID Supermanisdead We spoke to SID, Indonesia's most famous punk band. They fight to stop a major project they say will damage Bali's nature. http://dw.com/p/2YMcI
"13.03.2017 12:33:42" media.giphy.com gph.is Stuttgart, known as Germany's worst city for smog, builds moss-covered walls to fight air pollution http://dw.com/p/2YssC
"13.03.2017 12:27:00" dw.com DW - Global Ideas Six years ago, the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant took the lives of almost 20,000 people. The impact on all members of the affected communities was enormous, but to this day it is women and children who "have borne the brunt of human rights
"13.03.2017 09:26:48" DW Environment UNICEF report: Hundreds of children in Syria killed in 2016, millions depend on humanitarian aid. "The depth of suffering is unprecedented" - The Syrian civil war has altered the history of the Middle Eastern nation and the children within its borders. 2016 was the worst year yet for young Syrians, UNICEF says, reporting at least 652 children died in
"13.03.2017 09:07:25" DW Environment Did you know that Kale could treat illnesses such as cancer? Well, science has evidence. Is there anything as green and healthy as kale?
"13.03.2017 08:18:27" DW - Global Ideas's cover photo Cheetahs are not always this fast. And they are actually quite friendly. Both (and much more) we will learn in this week's report.
"13.03.2017 00:18:00" World's smallest deer "Pudu Puda" delights zoo visitors in Japan.
"12.03.2017 17:31:01" Timeline Photos Sick of your phone running out of battery? Now you can use a mini water turbine to charge it up! Check out the world's smallest hydropower plant! http://dw.com/p/2Ysvi
"12.03.2017 08:47:01" dw.com South Africa poised to permit domestic trade in rhino horn Friday was the last day on which South Africans can register their approval, or disapproval, of a draft law permitting trade in rhinoceros horn.
"11.03.2017 08:36:00" dw.com Uganda's plastic bottle dilemma | eco@africa | DW.COM | 09.03.2017 Without access to clean drinking water, millions of Ugandans buy water in plastic bottles, resulting in mountains of trash. In one village, women have found a way to turn the empty bottles into a building material. Without access to clean drinking water, millions of Ugandans buy water in plastic bottles, resulting in mountains of trash. In one village, women have found a way to turn the empty bottles into a building material.
"11.03.2017 00:29:00" soundcloud.com Living Planet: Air pollution reaches new heights Each winter thousands of people flock to the ski resorts of the French Alps in search of the fresh mountain air, which is now often worse than in badly-polluted cities like Paris and Lyons.
"10.03.2017 20:12:01" soundcloud.com Living Planet: Norway takes lead on EVs Nearly 40 % of all new cars sold Norway are electric. The aim is to phase out fossil fuelled vehicles altogether by 2025. But can it be done?
"10.03.2017 17:19:01" Timeline Photos Our office flower of the week Wish you a nice weekend!
"10.03.2017 15:44:01" dw.com Through the lens We take a look through the lens at some events over the past week, including the death of Berlin's new polar bear cub Fritz and a shocking poaching incident at a French zoo .
"10.03.2017 15:21:00" soundcloud.com Living Planet: Climate change worse for women According to the United Nations, climate change further exacerbates existing gender inequalities. DW talks to Sonya Ayed-Karlsson, climate resilience expert at the United Nations University.
"10.03.2017 13:29:41" DW Environment The Japanese government is trying to get back to normality after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, but the crisis is far from over for women and children, says Greenpeace International. Women and children suffer most in Fukushima!
"10.03.2017 12:05:00" soundcloud.com Living Planet: Kenyans opt for solar In Kenya, nearly 70 % of the population relies on firewood, charcoal and kerosene for lighting and cooking. But nowadays more and more Kenyans opt for solar.
"10.03.2017 10:55:00" dw.com Dead rhinos, penguins, polar bears in zoos - why do we get so upset about animal stories? A penguin found decapitated– a polar bear cub dead from an unknown cause – a white rhino shot through the head – all news that led to a public outcry. Why do we get so het up about animal stories? A polar bear cub dead from an unknown cause – a white rhino shot through the head – all news that led to a public outcry. Why do we get so het up about animal stories?
"10.03.2017 07:39:01" Timeline Photos Meet Joshua Konkankoh, the man who gave up his government job to develop Cameroon's first eco village! #EcoAfrica http://dw.com/p/2YtVh
"10.03.2017 00:18:00" Robot leopard 'Lily' the robot leopard fights for her living friends.
"09.03.2017 20:50:01" Timeline Photos Check out our interview with the UN's new Deputy Secretary-General, Amina Mohammed. http://dw.com/p/2Yj3y
"09.03.2017 17:49:00" dw.com African penguins under threat | eco@africa | DW.COM | 09.03.2017 The endangered African penguin is facing increased danger due to marine pollution. But conservationists are trying to protect the last of their kind on the few remaining breeding grounds in Southern Africa. Conservationists in South Africa are helping African penguins survive in the face of marine pollution and overfishing.
"09.03.2017 15:55:00" Deadly zoo New licence refused for South Lakes Safari Zoo in England. Finally!
"09.03.2017 13:30:39" Timeline Photos Wangari Maathai (1940-2011) is the first African woman to win the Nobel Prize. She became an environmental and women's rights activist in the 70s. More on the issue: http://dw.com/p/2YpcL
"09.03.2017 12:29:16" DW Environment It's our 50th Eco@Africa edition! To celebrate, we've got exclusive interviews with two of Africa's top names in environmental protection, a rare encounter with African penguins and the world's smallest water turbine! Channels Television Don't miss the 50th edition of Eco@Africa.
"09.03.2017 11:23:00" Photos from DW - Global Ideas's post This time, our reporters went to South Africa to report on cheetahs and their race against extinction. Like your favorite picture to vote for our next banner!
"09.03.2017 10:25:26" Interview - Judi Wakhungu Kenya's Environment Minister Judi Wakhungu says local communities are at the frontline of environmental protection. Check out our exclusive interview! #EcoAfrica
"09.03.2017 07:38:00" Killer whales and climate change Seals disappear due to climate change and killer whales are running low on food.
"08.03.2017 18:36:00" dw.com Elephant poaching is losing Africa millions of tourist dollars Around 20,000 elephants are killed in Africa every year for their tusks. This is not only bad news for the animals and their fans. It is also costing the tourism sector millions of dollars, says conservation group WWF.
"08.03.2017 16:04:22" Smallest hydropower plant Sick of your phone running out of battery? Now you can use a mini water turbine to charge it up! Check out the world's smallest hydropower plant! #EcoAfrica
"08.03.2017 14:59:00" dw.com Female empowerment - also in the animal world Happy International Womens Day! Today women and their achievements are in the spotlight. But why should this be limited to humans? Here comes the queen bee.
"08.03.2017 12:56:00" dw.com Crocheting a coral reef for the climate Crocheting against climate change! Margaret Wertheim and her sister Christine are creating a coral reef to draw attention to global warming and ocean acidification.
"08.03.2017 10:08:39" dw.com Sustainable holiday destinations in Botswana | All media content | DW.COM | 08.03.2017 Botswana is the partner country at this year's ITB, Berlin's international tourism fair. The African nation has been investing a lot in the protection of its wildlife reserves, making them attractive to foreign visitors. Botswana is the partner country at this year's ITB Berlin, Berlin's international tourism fair. The African nation has been investing a lot in the protection of its wildlife reserves, making them attractive to foreign visitors.
"07.03.2017 23:45:00" Against the current Why do fish swim against the current?
"07.03.2017 17:33:00" dw.com Christi Cooper's Youth v Gov, from activism to groundbreaking lawsuit Can children take the most powerful government in the world to court over their right to a healthy planet and expect to win? Filmmaker Christi Cooper is documenting an unprecedented lawsuit. Can children take the most powerful government in the world to court over their right to a healthy planet and expect to win? YOUTH v GOV
"07.03.2017 14:58:30" DW Environment Gold from garbage - did you know you need 40 mobile phones to get one gram of gold? #EcoAfrica This company makes gold from e-waste.
"07.03.2017 11:42:20" dw.com Carol Devine's Aqua Mess, a portrait of a place and its garbage Though we have come to expect pollution in the seas and oceans that border densely populated areas, what about the world's more remote waters? Artist Carol Devine went to find out.
"07.03.2017 08:06:20" DW Environment Iranian politicians like to refer to their country as an "island of stability" in the Middle East. But the country has severe environmental problems, and nobody feels responsible. Iran is paralyzed by environmental neglect.
"06.03.2017 17:35:00" dw.com Amina Mohammed: 'Less grammar, more action!' 'I think we hear too much about what is not being done and not enough about that little glass that may be quarter full!' Check out our interview with the United Nations new Deputy Secretary-General, Amina Mohammed. #EcoAfrica
"06.03.2017 16:04:16" DW Environment Just a small amount of the millions of tons of e-waste produced annually is disposed of properly. But one German company is on the case - and is cashing in with recycling. http://dw.com/p/2YXGZ Making treasure from trash or in other words recycling e-waste. Here: http://dw.com/p/2YXGZ
"06.03.2017 15:11:07" dw.com Two new frog species discovered in the Amazon Scientists have discovered two new frog species in Bolivia and Peru. But they may already be under threat.
"06.03.2017 13:01:23" dw.com Antarctic: temperature records verified Heat and cold records in the Antarctic have now been officially confirmed by the World Meteorological Organization. What do we gain from the news? Primarily, certainty for assessing climatic changes correctly.
"06.03.2017 07:30:00" dw.com French army grooms eagles to down drones Faced with the risk of drones being used to snoop, or carry out attacks on French soil, the air force is showing its claws, training fearsome golden eagles to take out unmanned aircraft in mid-flight.
"05.03.2017 22:55:01" Timeline Photos "You may love a building but I don't think that you can be it in the way that you love a tree or a river or the color of the earth, it's a different kind of love"- Arundhati Roy, author.
With this quote we wish you a happy week!
"05.03.2017 21:30:00" dw.com Researchers uncover 'direct evidence' of life on Earth 4 billion years ago Microscopic tubes and filaments discovered in rock from the Hudson Bay shoreline in northern Quebec are "direct evidence" that life existed on Earth some 3.8 to 4.3 billion years ago.
"05.03.2017 19:30:00" dw.com Indian traders direct anger over PETA brawl at Coke, Pepsi One of the reasons for this move is the dispute with the multinational companies after locals accused it of using up too much groundwater in the drought-prone state.
"05.03.2017 17:30:02" dw.com Living Planet: The vegan challenge | All media content | DW.COM | 02.03.2017 Using public transport, recycling and turning off the lights all help us be more environmentally friendly. But do these actions go far enough? As part of DW's #HowGreenAmI series, Louise Osborne tried being vegan for one week to see how green she could As part of DW's #HowGreenAmI series, Louise Osborne tried being vegan for one week to see how green she could really be.
"05.03.2017 15:43:11" dw.com US media: Trump to cut climate programs at EPA and NOAA US President Donald Trump has proposed reducing the budget of NOAA. The cuts to the could affect research, eliminate smaller initiatives and leave 3,000 people out of work.
"05.03.2017 13:30:01" dw.com Finding riches in rubbish | All media content | DW.COM | 02.03.2017 Just a small amount of the millions of tons of e-waste produced annually is disposed of properly. That's bad for the environment. One German company is on the case - and is cashing in with recycling. Just a small amount of the millions of tons of e-waste produced annually is disposed of properly. One German company is on the case - and is cashing in with recycling.
"05.03.2017 11:30:00" dw.com From acronyms, to awareness, to action: Getting the UN message across | World | DW.COM | 01.03.2017 No poverty, zero hunger, sustainable consumption, reducing inequalities - the UN's 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) have set an ambitious global agenda for 2030. It's also a huge task to get the message across. No poverty, zero hunger, sustainable consumption, reducing inequalities - the UN's 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) have set an ambitious global agenda for 2030.
"05.03.2017 09:21:01" dw.com Living Planet: Responsible tourism | All media content | DW.COM | 02.03.2017 As spring inches closer, it's time to start thinking about that summer vacation. Planning holidays can be half the fun. But what about their environmental impact? Does being eco-conscious mean having to forgo holidays altogether? DW talks to Harold Planning holidays can be half the fun. But what about their environmental impact? Does being eco-conscious mean having to forgo holidays altogether?
"04.03.2017 22:55:00" dw.com Let's go fly a kite … and make energy | DW Environment | DW.COM | 02.03.2017 What if you could produce wind energy with a kite? Roderick Read, a Scot living on a remote island, has been working on just such a machine for the past seven years. Roderick Read, a Scot living on a remote island, has been working on just such a machine for the past seven years.
"04.03.2017 21:30:00" dw.com Cod under threat Scientists in Europe are looking to safeguard the future of cod in the in the western Baltic Sea where they have dropped significantly as a result of overfishing.
"04.03.2017 19:26:00" dw.com Saving sea turtles with GPS Nearly all species of sea turtle are endangered, largely thanks to human activities. Biologists in North Cyprus are trying to save one species with GPS and education.
"04.03.2017 17:21:01" dw.com Saving an ancient nomadic way of life A two-year dry spell is threatening an ancient pastoralist way of life in Ethiopia. But a group of vets are trying to help nomads adapt to the changing climate.
"04.03.2017 15:00:00" dw.com Living Planet: How green are you? | All media content | DW.COM | 02.03.2017 As consumers, most of the choices we make leave behind an ecological footprint. So what does it really mean to be green? As consumers, most of the choices we make leave behind an ecological footprint. So what does it really mean to be green?
"04.03.2017 13:30:00" dw.com Eco@Africa This week find out how to make wind energy with kites, explore how a German company is cashing in on e-waste and take a look at the threats Ethiopia's nomads are facing from climate change.
"04.03.2017 11:30:00" dw.com Our beautiful planet With its dramatic and beautiful coastline, Mexico's Baha Concepcion provides excellent photo opportunities as well as a quiet beaches to relax and enjoy the scenery.
"04.03.2017 09:38:02" Timeline Photos Poaching had pushed Botswana's white and black rhinos into near extinction. But an initiative is fighting to bring them back with the help of an elite ranger group.
"03.03.2017 22:30:01" dw.com Through the lens Join us as we take a look through the lens at some environmental events from around the world over the past week, including eagles that attack drones and the most active volcano in Europe.
"03.03.2017 20:59:26" The Energy Kite
"03.03.2017 18:36:29" Timeline Photos China builds first 'bird airport' to attract feathered friends that it will include three different water-habitats, including an island lake with shallow rapids, reed areas, and mud habitats.
"03.03.2017 17:18:28" DW Environment "From pollution to limiting habitat change, there is a whole range of issues that governments and others can tackle that will help us adapt and change with climate change", says Colin Galbraith.
"03.03.2017 15:30:00" dw.com Wildlife 'is the brand of Africa,' says leading conservationist As Africa continues to struggle with a decline of its wildlife population, sustainability and conservation are essential to the continent's future, says Kaddu Sebunya.
"03.03.2017 14:00:00" dw.com Wildlife in the city #WorldWildlifeDay: Cities are home to an astonishing diversity of animal species. Check out our interactive feature on teeming urban wildlife.
"03.03.2017 12:52:07" Photos from DW - Global Ideas's post It's #WorldWildlifeDay today, and to celebrate the amazing species that walk with us on this planet, we invite you to choose our banner for the coming week. Just like your favorite.
"03.03.2017 09:27:52" Polar Bear Today #WorldWildlifeDay! Let's celebrate! ️
"02.03.2017 22:55:00" dw.com The fight for water in Kenya | DW Environment | DW.COM | 02.03.2017 Hydropower plants are causing parts of Kenya's Tana River to dry up. Scientists are trying to ensure there's enough water for everyone relying on the body of water. Hydropower plants are causing parts of Kenya's Tana River to dry up. Scientists are trying to ensure there's enough water for everyone relying on the body of water.
"02.03.2017 21:30:00" dw.com Spanish orange farmers invent "crowdfarming” | All media content | DW.COM | 02.03.2017 A group of Spanish farmers decided to start an agricultural revolution when dumping prices almost drove them to ruin. They set up a "crowdfarming” platform which invites users to plant a tree or adopt a beehive. A group of Spanish farmers set up a "crowdfarming” platform which invites users to plant a tree or adopt a beehive.
"02.03.2017 19:30:00" Ethiopia's Last Nomads at Risk A group of German veterinarians are trying to help nomads in Ethiopia adapt to the changing climate.
"02.03.2017 17:06:13" DW Environment New regional and global studies link heatwaves, drought and insect outbreaks with a surge in wildfires, and the Alps are unlikely to be spared.
"02.03.2017 15:49:27" dw.com ICE BLOG: Arctic Ocean ever more acidic A new study reported in Nature Climate Change says ocean acidification is spreading rapidly in the western Arctic Ocean in both area and depth.
"02.03.2017 13:10:44" How Lake Titicaca became a waste dump
"02.03.2017 10:52:36" DW Environment The drought, which has ravaged the areas since December, has killed thousands of head of cattle and left people with little or no food at all.
"01.03.2017 22:55:00" dw.com World in Progress: Let's talk about Sustainable Development Goals | All media content | DW.COM | 01.03.2017 The UN has launched a new SDG Action Campaign and a Global Festival of Ideas for Sustainable Development, a three-day conference in Bonn with hundreds of participants. My colleague Anke Rasper sat down with Mitchell Toomey, the director of the UN's SDG The UN has launched a new SDG Action Campaign and a Global Festival of Ideas for Sustainable Development, a three-day conference in Bonn with hundreds of participants.
"01.03.2017 21:30:00" dw.com Somalia's new president declares drought emergency Two years of failed harvests amid al-Shabab extremist attacks prompted Somalia's President Mohamed to declare a "national disaster".
"01.03.2017 19:30:01" dw.com From Indonesian forests to French plates - the unsustainable trade in frogs' legs Each year, several million wild frogs are sold in supermarkets around the world. A study suggests most species aren't labeled correctly. The trade in frogs' legs is out of control, the authors warn. A study suggests most species aren't labeled correctly. The trade in frogs' legs is out of control, the authors warn.
"01.03.2017 17:30:00" Starling Ballet
"01.03.2017 15:33:37" dw.com Mount Etna erupts after eight-month-long nap Mount Etna has started spewing fire again. Small eruptions occur every few months, the last one in May 2016.
"01.03.2017 13:43:57" DW Environment The country's coal consumption, which is a major source of heat-trapping carbon dioxide emissions, declined by 4.7 percent last year, according China's National Bureau of Statistics.
"01.03.2017 10:32:05" DW Environment An EU emissions trading system revision has been agreed by its environment ministers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40 percent by 2030.
"01.03.2017 07:10:01" dw.com Somalia: Puntland region hit by severe drought According to FAO, the Horn of Africa received only a quarter of the expected rainfall between October and December last year, leaving over 17 million people in crisis and emergency food insecurity levels.
"01.03.2017 00:39:00" dw.com Colombia: The curse of coal | All media content | DW.COM | 25.02.2017 Luz Angela Uriana from Colombia lives next to Latin America's biggest coal mine. International companies are raking in big profits. The air is polluted and streams could dry out. The indigenous Wayuu people are suffering, including Luz Angela's son. The indigenous Wayuu people suffers living next to Latin America's biggest coal mine: The air is polluted and streams could dry out.
"28.02.2017 22:35:01" dw.com Rio: Carnival dancers with a message A samba school has pitted itself against Big Agriculture to bring attention to the country's native people during Carnival.
"28.02.2017 21:19:03" dw.com The Great Green Wall of the Sahel Africa's "great green wall" of vegetation should run 7,700 kilometers across the Sahara and Sahel from Senegal to Djibouti to prevent the spread of desertification in the region.
"28.02.2017 20:08:00" dw.com Remember Dolly? The sheep wasn't the only animal clone Since Dolly's birth 20 years ago in Scotland, technologies to influence DNA have greatly developed.
"28.02.2017 18:30:09" Timeline Photos Worried about your ecological footprint? More than 60 percent of the emissions came from growing wheat!
"28.02.2017 17:32:55" DW Environment
"28.02.2017 16:32:10" dw.com Young mangrove defenders fight to save Panama's wetlands | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 28.02.2017 Panama has lost over half of its mangroves to development and the tanning industry. But now a group of school children have taken up the cause of defending these important forests. Panama is working with local inhabitants to preserve the mangroves as for example with a group of school children who call themselves young mangrove defenders.
"28.02.2017 13:19:42" dw.com A punk band's mission to save Bali's nature The group says it's opposing a huge reclamation and development project at Benoa Bay: a network of 12 artificial islands complete with luxury homes, resorts, malls and possibly a racetrack.
"28.02.2017 10:46:02" DW Environment A Dutch artist creates animal drones to highlight the absurdity of our race for technical progress and insatiable drive for consumption.
"27.02.2017 22:04:00" dw.com Checking the weather for coffee | eco@africa | DW.COM | 27.02.2017 Prolonged dry spells mean small-scale Ugandan farmers are facing failing coffee harvests. As a result, they are using satellite technology to watch the weather. Small-scale Ugandan farmers facing failing coffee harvests are using satellite technology to watch the weather.
"27.02.2017 19:36:44" dw.com The business of clean shipping A German ferry has proved liquefied natural gas to be a cleaner alternative for pollutants emitted by ships.
"27.02.2017 17:23:18" Green Turtles: Break Out of their Shells
"27.02.2017 16:19:43" dw.com Kids save the mangroves in Panama | All media content | DW.COM | 24.02.2017 They are still in grade school, but the “Defensores del Manglar El Maria” – the defenders of the El Maria mangrove forest – are already deeply involved in saving their environment. They are still in grade school, but the “Defensores del Manglar El Maria” are involved in saving their environment.
"27.02.2017 14:27:51" dw.com Greening the Sahara Senegal is just one country bordering the Sahara that is involved in the Great Green Wall project. The idea is to plant hundreds of square kilometers of trees in a bid to stop the advance of desertification. Senegal is involved in the Great Green Wall project and will plant hundreds of square kilometers of trees in a bid to stop the advance of desertification.
"27.02.2017 13:17:10" DW Environment Celebrating carnival is a must in Germany's Rhineland. But what about its environmental impact?
"27.02.2017 10:05:02" DW Environment Chile: At least three people were killed in the rainstorms and several others were missing, authorities said on Sunday.
"27.02.2017 07:42:00" The UN is trying to tackle the problem of pollution in our oceans - by providing alternatives to plastic.
"26.02.2017 18:53:00" dw.com Living Planet: Bali stuck between conservation and development | All media content | DW.COM | 23.02.2017 Bali is Indonesia's biggest tourist destination, and just south of the island's capital, Denpasar, lies Benoa Bay, a delicate ecosystem of coral, sea life and mangroves. But here, too, tourism and development are putting the fragile environment in Tourism is endangering Bali's delicate ecosystem. #LivingPlanet
"26.02.2017 17:09:00" dw.com The legacy of Deepwater Horizon: What researchers learned about oil spills | DW Environment | DW.COM | 24.02.2017 The explosion of the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig in 2010 caused an environmental disaster. But an oil spill like that could happen again, scientists say. Will they be able to prevent worse in the future? The Deepwater Horizon oil spill killed huge numbers marine life and polluted the ocean. But can a similar disaster be prevented in the future?
"26.02.2017 16:01:00" dw.com How harmful are plastic bags to the climate? | All media content | DW.COM | 23.02.2017 Every year more than 600 billion plastic bags are manufactured worldwide. What does that mean for the environment? #EcoAfrica
"26.02.2017 14:01:00" dw.com German wildlife photography | All media content | DW.COM | 24.02.2017 Wildlife photographers don't have to travel far away to find exotic animals.
"26.02.2017 06:58:01" dw.com Principé plans for sustainable future | eco@africa | DW.COM | 24.02.2017 While many countries on the West African coast are investing in off-shore oil drilling, the president of Principé, José Cardoso Cassandra considers it unsustainable. He is choosing a different path. Principé plans to tax plastic packaging.
"25.02.2017 20:38:01" dw.com Our beautiful planet | eco@africa | DW.COM | 24.02.2017 For anyone in Europe, this view of Mount Egmont in New Zealand is a sight for sore eyes.
"25.02.2017 18:04:00" dw.com Transoceânica - The world's longest bus journey (4) | All media content | DW.COM | 24.02.2017 Magnifient scenery on a trip across South America - from the Atlantic coast through the Amazon rainforests and the Andes mountains.
"25.02.2017 16:12:00" dw.com Living Planet: Tourism impacts on Galapagos' biodiversity | All media content | DW.COM | 23.02.2017 The Galapagos Islands are famed as a treasure trove of unique flora and fauna. More than 4,500 species have already been discovered there that live nowhere else on the planet. The islands are also a top destination for modern-day tourists. But this unique Even a tiny fly brought in by visitors is threatening species on the Galapagos Islands. #LivingPlanet
"25.02.2017 14:11:01" dw.com From waste to wealth | eco@africa | DW.COM | 24.02.2017 Having spotted the financial potential in waste, a Nigerian initiative has turned ist hand to recycling. But that's not all. The organisers are also teaching others to do the same. A Nigerian initiative has turned its hand to recycling - and education. #EcoAfrica
"25.02.2017 07:42:00" dw.com Invisible plastic particles from tyres and clothing are polluting our oceans | DW Environment | DW.COM | 24.02.2017 Tiny plastic particles from car tyres and even clothing fabrics could be responsible for up to 30 percent of the plastic polluting our oceans, according to a new IUCN report. Is there anything we can do? There is more to the ocean's plastic pollution problem than turtles and birds getting caught in our trash.
"24.02.2017 21:22:00" dw.com Fall armyworm invading southern Africa | All media content | DW.COM | 23.02.2017 In southern Africa, the armyworm marches on - threatening food security.
"24.02.2017 18:45:01" dw.com Living Planet: Tourism - paradise lost or found? | All media content | DW.COM | 23.02.2017 Belize has to choose between ecotourism and agriculture, Galapagos' biodiversity is under threat and Bali is caught between conservation and island development. Tourists want to explore the beauty of nature. But are they destroying it in the process? #LivingPlanet
"24.02.2017 17:11:00" dw.com Butterfly declines in the North America, UK | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 23.02.2017 Pesticides, disappearing green areas and air pollution are killing off the butterflies.
"24.02.2017 16:22:11" DW Environment Not much left of the #StandingRock protest camp.
"24.02.2017 16:00:01" dw.com Scientists plan to save 50 key coral reefs from climate disaster | DW Environment | DW.COM | 24.02.2017 Coral reefs are dying and there is no global plan to save them - until now.
"24.02.2017 15:30:01" dw.com Through the Lens | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 23.02.2017 Sweltering heat, a "weather bomb" and marauding monkeys. Here's the roundup of the environmental week - in pictures.
"24.02.2017 14:12:00" dw.com Return of the European bison | eco@africa | DW.COM | 24.02.2017 Conservationists are trying to establish a population of European bison in the Carpathian Mountains. But the animals face opposition from local people and attack by wild dogs. Europe's bison may be back. But it faces challenges from local people and wild dogs. #EcoAfrica
"24.02.2017 11:06:04" Is an extinction of the Saiga antelope possible? We know that the population of the Saiga antelopes is in danger. And once again many of the animals died. Are they on the brink of extinction now? Let's hear Richard Kock, one of the leading Saiga experts. Frankfurt Zoological Society
"24.02.2017 09:02:43" DW Environment Touching scenes of unity among Dakota Access pipeline protesters as the camp is cleared. #DAPL #StandingRock
"24.02.2017 07:40:01" dw.com Spain: Black vultures in danger | All media content | DW.COM | 22.02.2017 In many parts of Europe, black vultures have died out. However, on the Spanish holiday island of Mallorca the birds of prey have survived -- largely due to the farmers here. Yet more and more farmers are leaving the island's mountainous regions. In most parts of Europe, black vultures have already died out.
"24.02.2017 05:01:00" dw.com Bao Bao the giant panda welcomed in China | News | DW.COM | 23.02.2017 Born in the US, back in China to breed as part of an agreement that is protecting pandas worldwide.
"23.02.2017 22:12:01" Timeline Photos As the weekend approaches, a thought to round off the week.
"23.02.2017 20:45:01" dw.com Seven new Earth-like planets discovered around nearby star | Science | DW.COM | 22.02.2017 "All of them could have liquid water and maybe life on their surface."
"23.02.2017 19:36:02" dw.com Coffee to go in Brazil? | Business | DW.COM | 23.02.2017 ☕️ Ever had coffee from Brazil? A drought means coffee stocks there are running low. ☕️
"23.02.2017 16:46:07" A young filmmaker from Nairobi is using his camera to do his bit for the environment. #EcoAfrica #DoingYourBit
"23.02.2017 16:15:04" DW Environment For Australia, these heat waves are likely to only get worse.
"23.02.2017 15:03:10" Saigas: killed again by the virus Once again the iconic Saiga antelope is under threat from a measles-like virus. Having started in the frozen Mongolian steppe, the virus is spreading. It can be devastating, especially in a population that has never been exposed to such a virus, says
"23.02.2017 14:10:09" Photos from DW - Global Ideas's post This week, our reporters went to Panama, where locals are working to protect mangrove swamps. Mangroves are being cut down to create farmland - and because the trees' bark can be used to dye leather.
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"23.02.2017 09:21:25" DW Environment ☀️The EU should be relying more on renewables than on coal.
"23.02.2017 07:45:00" Arranged marriages - for dogs. ❤️
"23.02.2017 05:25:00" dw.com Antarctic expedition aims to inspire women | All media content | DW.COM | 22.02.2017 A group of women from Great Britain is training for a trek across Antarctica, where they will have to carry their own weight in sub-zero temperatures. They hope to inspire women to conquer their own personal Antarcticas. A trek across Antarctica - to encourage women.
"22.02.2017 22:03:00" dw.com Nature adventures in New Zealand | All media content | DW.COM | 22.02.2017 Paths through New Zealand's most beautiful landscapes.
"22.02.2017 19:08:04" dw.com Grow your own clothes: three concepts for the fashion for the future | Lifestyle | DW.COM | 22.02.2017 A researcher is using bacteria to grow fabric.
"22.02.2017 16:30:06" dw.com Paris fights public peeing with eco-friendly composting urinals | DW Environment | DW.COM | 21.02.2017 Did you know your pee could make flowers grow?
"22.02.2017 16:12:50" Creatures of Nature Watching this bubble freeze is way too satisfying Watching this bubble freeze is amazing. ❄️❄️
"22.02.2017 14:40:55" DW Environment Until now it has been legal in the Netherlands to grow five cannabis plants.
"22.02.2017 13:12:00" dw.com Thousands evacuate homes as flood waters swamp San Jose | News | DW.COM | 22.02.2017 More extreme weather.
"22.02.2017 10:03:03" DW Environment Over 50 areas in Jakarta have been flooded. The water is up to 1.5 meters high.
"22.02.2017 08:00:00" dw.com In Delhi, more monkeys mean more problems | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 21.02.2017 "The monkeys grab everything in sight."
"22.02.2017 03:07:00" dw.com Landscapes like in a movie | All media content | DW.COM | 16.02.2017 Nature is the real star in these movies.
"21.02.2017 20:10:00" dw.com Brazil's northeast hit by drought | All media content | DW.COM | 21.02.2017 Brazil's government plans to reroute a river to bring relief to farmers.
"21.02.2017 17:16:01" Photos from DW - Global Ideas's post Mini-frogs!
After years of exploration, scientists have found four new species of miniature frogs in western India. So far they have been overlooked because of their size, researchers say. They are small enough to sit on a fingernail or a small coin.
"21.02.2017 16:25:00" dw.com Climate change in the North Sea: oysters in, cod out | DW Environment | DW.COM | 21.02.2017 The North Sea is warming. Species will have to adapt or move on.
"21.02.2017 15:52:43" DW Environment Europe is failing to protect global climate stability. More action is needed to save the
"21.02.2017 14:10:00" dw.com German zoos targeted by organized crime for animal theft | News | DW.COM | 16.02.2017 ️Could Germany need zoo detectives soon? ️
"21.02.2017 12:42:41" DW Environment Cat-drone! #LivingPlanet "Do you want to help me make my cat into a helicopter?"
"21.02.2017 09:29:55" DW - Global Ideas's cover photo At Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage in Zambia. http://dw.com/p/2XgaT
"21.02.2017 08:53:08" DW Environment Are the climate solutions coming out of Dubai workable - or are they sci-fi fantasies? Climate solutions from oil-rich Dubai.
"21.02.2017 06:33:00" dw.com Maiduguri zoo enjoys a revival | All media content | DW.COM | 20.02.2017 Politics took its toll on this Nigerian zoo. But now things are looking up for the animals.
"20.02.2017 21:11:01" dw.com Living Planet: Do animals flirt? | All media content | DW.COM | 16.02.2017 Animals dance and sing, and do all kinds of funny things in order to court their most desired. But do they actually flirt? DW's Charlotta Lomas talks to biologist and comedian Simon Watt from the Ugly Animal Preservation Society (@UglyAnimal). Animals do all sorts of things to court a mate. But do they actually flirt? Find out on #LivingPlanet
"20.02.2017 17:22:00" Photos from DW - Global Ideas's post This week our reporters went to a chimpanzee refuge in Zambia - Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage. Which photo do you want to see as the new banner? Like your favorite to vote for it!
"20.02.2017 16:10:00" dw.com Drought leaves one million Tanzanians hungry | All media content | DW.COM | 17.02.2017 In Tanzania, cattle are dying as a drought ravages the countryside.
"20.02.2017 14:12:00" dw.com Living Planet: Bird on a wire | All media content | DW.COM | 16.02.2017 Threatened bird species that are getting zapped almost to the point of extinction. In the US, American bald eagles are commonly killed by electrocution, while in Spain the Bonelli's eagle is at risk of disappearing altogether, in part due to power pylons. Many threatened bird species are getting zapped. #LivingPlanet
"20.02.2017 08:14:05" DW Environment Experts across the world are alarmed at how small the area covered by sea ice has become. They are saying the change is unprecedented - and they're calling for action. Climate Central Bad news for wildlife.
"19.02.2017 16:05:00" Why do parrots talk? Did you know that parrots don't have vocal cords? So, how do they talk? And why?
"19.02.2017 07:59:01" Timeline Photos Many, many great plans start out as ideas sketched in graphite. Kenyan entrepreneurs are producing eco-friendly pencils from recycled newspaper. #EcoAfrica http://dw.com/p/2XjXR Channels Television
"18.02.2017 21:42:00" Malaria vaccine They found an effective vaccine that makes it easier to control malaria.
"18.02.2017 13:38:32" DW Environment Happy Feet penguins not so happy? The "Happy Feet" penguins are not so happy anymore
"18.02.2017 08:27:00" dw.com Taking care of chimpanzees in Zambia | All media content | DW.COM | 17.02.2017 The Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage looks after chimpanzees that have lost their families – usually to poachers. The compound is spacious. The wooded preserve in northern Zambia resembles the chimpanzees' original habitat over the border in Congo. The Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage looks after chimpanzees that have lost their families – usually to poachers.
"17.02.2017 20:06:00" dw.com Four climate fiction books for our reading list Climate fiction is becoming an increasingly popular genre in a time of climate change and growing global inequality. Here are some of the best books from the cli-fi world. Climate fiction is becoming an increasingly popular genre in a time of climate change and growing global inequality. Here are some of the best books from the cli-fi world.
"17.02.2017 14:29:16" dw.com Fake fur for real warriors | All media content | DW.COM | 16.02.2017 The leopard's spectacular pelt has long had a special place in Zulu tradition. To ensure the big cats' future, conservationists are persuading warriors to switch to fake fur for ceremonial dress. Conservationists are persuading warriors to switch to fake fur for ceremonial dress, to ensure the big cats' future. #EcoAfrica Channels Television
"17.02.2017 12:13:03" DW Global Society Sheetal is bringing the internet to rural India...by bike Sheetal is bringing the internet to rural India...by bike
"17.02.2017 10:41:25" Photos from DW - Global Ideas's post Pollution in the Mariana Trench and newly discovered sharks are just a few of the environmental events that made headlines this week. Our look through the lens: http://dw.com/p/2XiRb
"17.02.2017 09:23:24" DW Environment Organic food is bigger in Germany than in most countries, yet sales total only 5% of the nation's groceries market. Can 'bio' ever break out of its niche status? BioFach
"16.02.2017 20:12:00" dw.com In Paradise, battling hell in a sober house To many, Zanzibar seems like a picture-perfect Paradise. Yet heroin is endemic. Faced with international drug cartels, the government is struggling to stem the flow of drugs flowing into the country.
"16.02.2017 16:01:00" Bao Bao leaves Bon voyage, Bao Bao! The giant panda will fly to China this month. Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute
"16.02.2017 09:20:20" Flowers World Beauty Of Flowers World .... What a Wonderful (Flowers) World
"15.02.2017 16:49:00" dw.com New shark of the Caribbean Isn't it just great that new shark species are still being discovered?
"15.02.2017 13:58:04" dw.com Our beautiful planet Our beautiful planet - So light and delicate they can often only be seen picked out in sunlight and dew, spiderwebs have the tensile strength of steel.
"15.02.2017 11:53:45" DW Environment As the US administration's position on climate change flails, a new contender has emerged. Could China, another of the world's top CO2 emitters, take the lead on climate?
"15.02.2017 06:45:00" dw.com Six famous people with namesakes in the animal kingdom Sometimes animals are named after celebrities to draw attention to the creature's plight in the wild. But on certain occasions, it's just because they bear a striking resemblance to their namesake.
"14.02.2017 16:29:24" DW Global Society #OneBillionRising2017 live in Berlin
"14.02.2017 16:27:18" DW Global Society #OneBillionRising2017 live in Berlin!
"14.02.2017 16:14:14" dw.com DW Environment Francis Perez has won the first prize in the World Press Photo 2017 contest in the 'nature' categorie. This sea turtle is entangled in a fishing net off the coast of Tenerife, Canary Islands, proving how tons of waste are clogging the world's oceans.
"14.02.2017 15:38:25" DW Global Society The Global Society crew is at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin practicing their dancing for One Billion Rising. We will be going live on Facebook to explain what's happening at 17.25 CET Don't miss our live feed from the Brandenburg Gate in #Berlin. One Billion Rising - Germany - Deutschland starting at 17.25 CET.
"14.02.2017 13:55:50" dw.com Valentine's Day tips from the animal world At this flirting time of the year, how about some inspiration from our animal friends? DW presents some of the most amazing master plans to get a date. Be ready for surprises!
"14.02.2017 13:05:17" DW - Global Ideas's cover photo Fancy some Valentine's Day tips from the animal world?
"14.02.2017 11:26:01" dw.com Are your Valentine's roses harming the planet? The fragrant Valentine's roses are everywhere, from 24-hour gas stations to fancy florists. Is there such thing as an environmental, ethical rose? WWF-Kenya
"14.02.2017 09:00:29" dw.com Irish cow burps counteract fossil fuel divestment Although the Emerald Isle has become the first country in the world to divest from fossil fuels, agriculture there remains carbon-intensive. How can the country become greener?
"13.02.2017 16:15:01" dw.com A passion for farming | eco@africa | DW.COM | 13.02.2017 A Ugandan project is giving girls who dropped out of school a fresh start growing passion fruit. With a piece of land and 60 seedlings, these young women are well on their way to becoming successful farmers. A Ugandan project is giving girls who dropped out of school a fresh start growing passion fruit. With a piece of land and 60 seedlings, these young women are well on their way to becoming successful farmers. Channels Television #EcoAfrica
"13.02.2017 15:21:25" dw.com Germany largely bans fracking with new laws Germany says no to fracking - for now.
"13.02.2017 13:45:37" dw.com Preparing elephants for the wild | All media content | DW.COM | 08.02.2017 Flooding is common in Assam, and many animals fleeing the rising waters are injured every rainy season. The Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation in the Indian state nurtures them back to health. Flooding is common in Assam, and many animals fleeing the rising waters are injured every rainy season. The Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation in the Indian state nurtures them back to health.
"13.02.2017 13:11:54" DW Environment Thousands of people were fleeing endangered areas in Northern California after authorities warned that the emergency spillway of Oroville Dam could collapse.
"13.02.2017 10:29:32" theguardian.com Could these five innovations help solve the global water crisis? Can a 'drinkable book' help solve the global water crisis?
"12.02.2017 22:55:01" dw.com Open sewage canals put Phnom Penh's poorest at risk According to People in Need (PIN) the health impacts are dire, with high incidences of skin diseases, respiratory infections, diarrhea and eye rashes.
"12.02.2017 21:13:57" dw.com Living Planet: Ticking time bomb | All media content | DW.COM | 09.02.2017 The world has ticked closer to an apocalypse, says the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist. The 'Doomsday Clock' has been moved 30 seconds closer to midnight - the symbolic hour of catastrophe - apparently thanks to Trump. DW talks to Ray Pierrehumbert, The 'Doomsday Clock' has been moved 30 seconds closer to midnight - the symbolic hour of catastrophe - apparently thanks to Trump.
"12.02.2017 19:05:35" dw.com Don't waste it, eat it | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 07.02.2017 In Germany alone, roughly 18 million tons of groceries are squandered annually, enough to fill 450,000 transport trucks.
"12.02.2017 17:00:11" dw.com Intelligent apes and speedy chips Humans learn as children to understand the perspective of other individuals. Now researchers have found that some apes can, too
"12.02.2017 15:00:09" dw.com Creative solutions for green winter slopes A lack of snow is taking its toll on the Swiss tourism industry. But that's not stopping those determined to find other ways to enjoy the mountains.
"12.02.2017 13:00:16" dw.com Land grabbing in Africa 'is fueling conflicts' RRI found out that 63 percent of disputes related to private sector land and natural resource investments in Africa began when communities were forced to leave their lands.
"12.02.2017 11:00:06" dw.com Is this the new capital of smog? The level of pollution in the Mongolian capital Ulaanbaatar is five times higher than what the World Health Organization deems safe.
"12.02.2017 09:00:05" dw.com Botswana's green safaris | All media content | DW.COM | 09.02.2017 Botswana's Chobe National Park offers a complete package for eco-tourists, including a renewable-powered hotel that recycles water and waste, and safari trips in silent, emission-free e-cars. Botswana's Chobe National Park offers a complete package for eco-tourists, including a renewable-powered hotel that recycles water and waste, and safari trips in silent, emission-free e-cars.
"11.02.2017 22:55:00" dw.com Tracking lions, saving lives | All media content | DW.COM | 10.02.2017 Nairobi National Park is home to 36 lions. If they stray from the park, human lives are threatened – and those of lions too. Now, radio collars help rangers step in before they wander into trouble. Nairobi National Park is home to 36 lions. If they stray from the park, human lives are threatened. Now, radio collars help rangers step in before they wander into trouble.
"11.02.2017 21:30:01" dw.com Living Planet: Edging closer | All media content | DW.COM | 09.02.2017 The world ticks closer to doomsday, China steps up on renewables & Morocco's mosques get a green makeover. The world ticks closer to doomsday, China steps up on renewables & Morocco's mosques get a green makeover.
"11.02.2017 19:30:01" dw.com Living Planet: Can tourism save the reef? | All media content | DW.COM | 09.02.2017 Australia's Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef ecosystem in the world. Like coral reefs across the world, this UNESCO world heritage site is in critical danger because of climate change. But tour operators there say much of the reef still Australia's Great Barrier Reef is in critical danger because of climate change. But tour operators there say much of the reef still thrives, and their boats can even help protect it.
"11.02.2017 17:30:01" dw.com Eco-at-Africa - The Environment Magazine On this week's show, living next door to bears in Romania, lions in Kenya, and bees in Cameroon.
"11.02.2017 15:30:01" dw.com Let's talk about overpopulation... Overpopulation is seen as one of the biggest environmental threats our planet faces. But is the problem too many people - or too much consumption?
"11.02.2017 13:00:06" dw.com Money for forest honey | All media content | DW.COM | 09.02.2017 Cameroon's Oku forest is the largest mountain forest left in West Africa, but it's under threat from logging. Selling the Oku's unique white honey gives locals an alternative to felling the forest to make way for farming. Cameroon's Oku forest is the largest mountain forest left in West Africa, but it's under threat from logging.
"11.02.2017 11:00:07" dw.com A passion for farming | All media content | DW.COM | 09.02.2017 A Ugandan project is giving girls who dropped out of school a fresh start growing passion fruit. With a piece of land and 60 seedlings, they are well on their way to becoming successful farmers. A Ugandan project is giving girls who dropped out of school a fresh start growing passion fruit.
"11.02.2017 09:07:00" dw.com Living Planet: Greening Morocco's mosques | All media content | DW.COM | 09.02.2017 Renewable energy is becoming a bigger priority in countries all over the world. But getting the general public on board can sometimes be the biggest challenge. In Morocco, authorities have been reaching out through religion and places of worship. Renewable energy is becoming a bigger priority in countries all over the world. In Morocco, authorities have been reaching out through religion and places of worship.
"10.02.2017 21:00:00" dw.com Hunting with a flashlight The fish can roll the pouches back, covering up the light source - allowing them to turn the light on and off. The scientists suspect that they do so to be able to better detect prey.
"10.02.2017 19:00:30" dw.com The insect portraits of Levon Biss In his photos, you can experience the beauty of these tiny creatures as you've never seen them before.
"10.02.2017 17:15:00" Whale trap Volunteers are rushing to save hundreds of pilot whales stranded on a remote beach in New Zealand.
"10.02.2017 15:13:55" DW Environment Many of the scientific agencies that receive federal government funding have launched new social media pages: at last count there were more than 80 alt-accounts on Twitter.
"10.02.2017 13:00:09" dw.com Tiny bugs with destructive powers When insects band together they can do immeasurably damage to crops and as a result our food security. Meet some of the biggest little offenders!
"10.02.2017 11:17:51" DW Environment Volunteer rescuers helped refloat 100 pilot whales but as many as 300 were found dead.
"10.02.2017 09:30:00" Tracking lions, saving lives #DoingYourBit Nairobi National Park is home to 36 lions . If they stray from the park, human lives are threatened – and those of lions too. Now, radio collars help rangers step in before they wander into trouble.
"10.02.2017 08:06:00" A Haven For All Botswana's Chobe National Park is a haven for giraffes and other endangered species. But it aims to protect the planet, too. Tourists stay at an eco lodge and take safari trips in silent, emission-free e-cars.
"09.02.2017 20:11:00" Photos from DW - Global Ideas's post February 14th is Valentines Day, we all know that. Since you can buy the fragrant blooms everywhere from 24 hour gas stations to fancy florists - have you ever asked yourself: how green is my red rose? We will have a closer look next week. Until then,
"09.02.2017 19:51:01" dw.com Living Planet: Will China lead? | All media content | DW.COM | 09.02.2017 As the US administration's leadership on climate change flails, a new contender has emerged. So, will the world's second largest economy now take the lead on climate action? DW talks to Sam Geall, executive editor at chinadialogue.net and associate fellow With US president Donald Trump in charge, will China lead on climate action now? #LivingPlanet
"09.02.2017 18:02:00" dw.com Vital lakes disappearing around the world Water scarcity is a growing problem worldwide, with Africa being hit particularly hard. As temperatures soar and rainfall drops, vital lakes are drying up. We take a look at some of the most startling vanishing acts. This in not good.
"09.02.2017 16:06:44" dw.com Locust swarms trigger state of emergency in Bolivia Bolivia has declared a state of emergency in response to a locust plague that is destroying crops. There is concern the locusts could destroy more agricultural land. Bolivia has declared a state of emergency in response to a locust plague that is destroying crops
"09.02.2017 15:33:53" DW Environment The "Gustu" in La Paz is more than a posh restaurant, it's a training company, intended to bring Bolivia's healthy cuisine back to life. Here, young people from socially weak strata can build a future in gastronomy. Delicious AND with a future approach!
"09.02.2017 14:44:01" dw.com Through the lens Join us as we take a look through the lens at some environmental events from around the world over the past week, including a unique new supermarket and an elusive scaly gekko We dug in our archives, to bring you the editor's choice of the pictures of this week. Enjoy!
"09.02.2017 13:18:40" The Tasty Leaves Of India Leaf plates, do you remember? Well, the thing is, they do have a long tradition, in India for example. Please meet Bobby, his family is selling Chole Kulche in Old Delhi for almost 60 years now - on leaf plates. Bon appétit!
"09.02.2017 11:17:47" Experiments? Not this way.
"09.02.2017 09:32:03" media.giphy.com gph.is How does a long, grim winter affect Germany's reputation of being a leader in renewable energy? http://dw.com/p/2XBiW
"08.02.2017 18:07:00" Cutting ties with Pipeline supporter The city government of Seattle is cutting ties with Wells Fargo, one of the banks supporting the Dakota pipeline project
"08.02.2017 16:10:00" dw.com Detox outdoor: market leader takes harmful PFCs out of weatherproof gear The carcinogenic chemical PFC is often found in raincoats and hiking boots. But a market leader in outdoor gear now wants to do without it. Environmentalists have praised the move and see changes afoot in the industry. Go hiking again without remorse.
"08.02.2017 13:21:00" Meet Romeo & Juliet About a friendship that cannot be (but is).
"08.02.2017 11:29:42" dw.com Hoping for a fresh sea breeze aboard a cruise ship? Better hold your nose! French TV journalists have secretly measured the air quality on a cruise ship. The results are devastating: The air is significantly worse polluted than it would be in thick urban traffic. French TV journalists have secretly measured the air quality on a cruise ship. The results are devastating: The air is significantly worse polluted than it would be in thick urban traffic.
"08.02.2017 10:52:34" DW Environment A herd of plains bison has been reintroduced in Canada's oldest national park. That's more than 130 years after the iconic North American animal last grazed the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rockies. An icon is back in at the Canadian Rockies.
"07.02.2017 19:11:00" Panda Wrestling Panda dudes practice wrestling. Nuff said.
"07.02.2017 16:29:00" Turning art into a coral reef An elephant, a donkey and many other objects made of garbage and metal will make a fine coral reef in the red sea.
"07.02.2017 16:21:37" DW News Quite a sight. It was accompanied by a sonic boom and shook houses.
"07.02.2017 15:01:01" dw.com Sri Lanka tackles the elephant in the room Baby elephants have become the must-have status symbol for Sri Lanka's wealthy. The government has introduced new laws to protect them. But conservationists believe more action is needed to end mistreatment. Baby elephants have become the must-have status symbol for Sri Lanka's wealthy. New laws have been introduced to protect the animals. But conservationists believe more action is needed to end mistreatment.
"07.02.2017 14:11:00" dw.com Noah's Park: Saving elephants from the flood | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 07.02.2017 Every year, the monsoon floods parts of India's Assam region. This often hurts wild animals like elephants or rhinos, or separates them from their herds. A rescue station in the area steps in to help. Every year, the monsoon floods parts of India's Assam region. This often hurts wild animals like elephants or rhinos, or separates them from their herds. A rescue station in the area steps in to help.
"07.02.2017 12:18:37" dw.com Can tourism protect the Great Barrier Reef? A severe bleaching event last year prompted reports of the Great Barrier Reef's death. But tour operators say much of the reef still thrives, and their boats can help protect it. Despite all bleaching events, the Great Barrier Reef is thriving, tourist guides say. Can their boats really help to protect the threatened habitat?
"07.02.2017 08:47:00" dw.com Organic solar cells: A ray of light? Organic solar cells are light, flexible and more eco-friendly than silicon ones. But they have their drawbacks. Still, could they be the next big thing? The next big thing? Organic solar cells are light, flexible and more eco-friendly than silicon ones. Still, they have their drawbacks.
"06.02.2017 19:03:00" Cycling to save the climate
"06.02.2017 18:44:03" dw.com Green homes for Nigeria Architect Chinwe Ohajuruka's eco village in Nigeria could become a model to help ease the country's housing crisis. An eco village by Architect Chinwe Ohajuruka could become Nigeria's model to help ease the country's housing crisis.
"06.02.2017 17:06:06" dw.com Pigeon Bazaar in Turkey | All media content | DW.COM | 29.01.2017 In the troubled southeastern Turkish region of Sanliurfa, pigeon auctions are a welcome distraction. Enthusiasts regularly spend hundreds of euros on a single bird. In southeastern Turkey, pigeon auctions are big business. People regularly spend hundreds of Dollars for a single bird.
"06.02.2017 16:27:00" dw.com Tomorrow Today - Chicks, EHEC, DNA Data-storage, Antarctic Researchers want to end the common practice of killing male chicks in the poultry industry. A new method now helps them determine chicken sex soon after an embryo is fertilized, and the males are sorted out before developing any further. Science is all about chicks, EHEC, DNA data-storage & antarctic researchers this week with DW Science http://dw.com/p/2Wx6z
"06.02.2017 15:11:47" DW Business Ever looked at a Lego brick and thought "I wonder what that would taste like if it were a burger?" No, us neither. Yes, kids, you are allowed to eat those bricks.
"06.02.2017 12:10:21" media.giphy.com gph.is Now, even unpretty fruits and vegetables have a home. In Germany, the 1st supermarket opened to sell unwanted food only: http://dw.com/p/2X2Ph
"06.02.2017 11:00:12" DW - Global Ideas's cover photo Well, that's surprising. This week's cover photo is probably the first in the line of all our cover pictures that does not show any animal. But it indeed has a very strong message. So, let's fight together for the peaceful co-existance of man and animal.
"06.02.2017 10:51:00" The 6 Billion $ Cat Pooh, the Bulgarian bionic cat is back on his paws again.
"06.02.2017 09:11:02" DW Environment What's better for the environment? Lazy shopping w/ the click of a mouse or going to a shop? Melanie Hall
"05.02.2017 20:12:00" The weekend's almost over. Don't worry - Beanie the baby anteater will help you calm your nerves
"05.02.2017 17:24:00" Did you know concrete could be recycled?
"05.02.2017 15:16:00" WATCH: New episode of Eco@Africa In case you missed it: Our greenest #EcoAfrica episode (maybe) ever, from to
"05.02.2017 12:13:00" Pedaling pays Imagine you could save money by saving the planet? Now, there's an app for that. #DoingYourBit
"05.02.2017 07:56:00" Three tons of shame Thai officials have confiscated pangolin scales worth more than $820,000 from poachers.
"04.02.2017 18:56:00" Scientists have invented a laser to put billions of male chicks out of their misery
"04.02.2017 16:24:00" Golden power ⚡️ Scientists have unlocked the power of pee ⚡️ #ScienceMarch
"04.02.2017 12:17:00" Pedaling pays Imagine you could save money by saving the planet? Now, there's an app for that. #DoingYourBit
"04.02.2017 07:09:00" Senegal's disappearing villages The ocean is swallowing Senegal's coastal communities. Now, they're trying to turn back the tide.
"03.02.2017 18:12:00" WATCH: New episode of Eco@Africa Watch this: Maybe one of our greenest #EcoAfrica episodes ever, from to
"03.02.2017 17:01:01" Pedaling pays Imagine you could save money by saving the planet? Now, there's an app for that. #DoingYourBit
"03.02.2017 14:24:51" Counting down the hours until the weekend with a little help from Beanie the baby anteater
"03.02.2017 12:03:01" dw.com Scientists train laser beams on animal cruelty Unwanted by the poultry industry, billions of male chicks are thrown into mechanical shredders or gassed to death the moment they enter this world. German researchers have developed a more humane alternative. Could a laser beam help put billions of unwanted male chicks out of their misery?
"03.02.2017 10:18:00" When boxer crabs fight, anemones are the real winners Ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin' alive
"03.02.2017 07:11:01" Photos from DW - Global Ideas's post It's that time again: or ❤️ to cast your vote for next week's cover photo! The one with the most votes wins - and will shine in all of its glory for a full week.
"02.02.2017 21:13:00" dw.com Only 30 left: Vaquita numbers keep dropping "If we don't capture them, they'll die": Scientists are in a race against time to save the world's smallest porpoise from extinction.
"02.02.2017 19:18:01" dw.com The Rhine River is in a virtual straightjacket Straightening out the Rhine River has been disastrous for its wetlands. #worldwetlandsday
"02.02.2017 17:47:00" dw.com Salt threatens key Senegal wetlands Senegal's farmers are in the fight of their lives to save their wetlands #worldwetlandsday
"02.02.2017 16:21:00" Crunchy cuisine Not sure what to cook tonight?
"02.02.2017 15:27:56" (More) Winter is Coming Hold on to your hats...and coats: More Winter is coming ⛄️ At least six more weeks, if you ask Punxsutawney Phil. #GroundhogDay
"02.02.2017 14:14:00" dw.com Sniffing out Can turd tracking dogs help save this lizard?
"02.02.2017 12:21:02" dw.com Trump threatens environmental democracy Attempts to silence government scientists are a major cause for concern warns the World Resources Institute.
"02.02.2017 11:19:21" A Russian zoo crossed a lion with a tiger. This is what happened.
"02.02.2017 07:11:00" dw.com Iraq's wetland paradise under threat They barely survived Saddam Hussein's assaults. Now the Mesopotamian wetlands face a new threat. #WorldWetlandsDay
"01.02.2017 21:54:00" dw.com dw.com Tiny particles, bags, bottles: When plastic lands in the ocean, it harms wildlife and the environment. But how much plastic does end up there, and where does it come from? An overview of problems and solutions. We've got a big plastic problem ☠️ These six visualizations explain why
"01.02.2017 19:48:00" dw.com Can a deposit system help reusable coffee cups catch on? Every hour, some 320,000 disposable cups are thrown away in Germany. Could this idea help solve the country's waste problem?
"01.02.2017 16:13:00" dw.com EU exports crush South African farmers Hundreds of jobs have already been lost… EU exports of chicken parts pose a threat to South African poultry farmers.
"01.02.2017 14:34:01" dw.com Call me 'Fritz' It's official: this little cub at Berlin's Tierpark zoo has been christened. The fluffy baby polar bear will be presented to the public next month. Germany's new favorite polar bear cub finally has a name
"01.02.2017 12:02:01" Hi, all! Remember our controversial video about recyclable leaf plates? Well, it created quite the fuzz. Many of you asked, why leaf republic doesn't use German instead of Indian leaves. Fair question, simple answer
"01.02.2017 10:48:43" This baby anteater will melt your heart - but its story will break it into a thousand pieces
"01.02.2017 07:41:01" dw.com French hamsters found to devour their own offspring Crazed cannibal hamsters are plaguing northeastern France
"01.02.2017 02:12:00" dw.com dw.com Sharks can be deadly - beach-goers in Australia and the US know this all too well. Can a magnetic wristband keep sharks at bay? Can bracelets like SHARKBANZ protect you against sharks?
"31.01.2017 22:18:00" dw.com Bats make Mexico go 'round (and 'round and 'round ) Next time you buy a bottle of tequila, remember to thank your lucky bats. Here's why you should toast to bats
"31.01.2017 20:47:01" dw.com The German capital's wildlife is more diverse than you'd think. Who let the fox out? Check out these 10 wild animals that call Berlin home.
"31.01.2017 18:27:01" dw.com Klee: 'We can make much better flavored tomatoes' US horticulture professor Harry Klee and his international research team have figured out how to return tomatoes to their former, tastier glory. He talked to DW about the secret to improving flavor. Here's a slogan we can all get behind: Make Tomatoes Great Again P.S. And this is the guy who can make it happen:
"31.01.2017 16:06:00" What happens if you cross a lion with a tiger? The cutest thing ever!
"31.01.2017 15:06:25" DW - Global Ideas's cover photo
"31.01.2017 14:12:00" This may be why leaf republic is looking to India to make its recyclable leaf plates: Here's how they'd have to do it in Germany Warning: Patience required!
"31.01.2017 10:56:55" dw.com Festivals of man and beast In many parts of the world, animals are integral to customs and cultural traditions. While some are celebratory, others are simply horrific.
"30.01.2017 21:12:00" Golden power ⚡️ Scientists have unlocked the power of pee ⚡️ #ScienceMarch
"30.01.2017 19:03:00" dw.com Sharing is caring, and a growing business | All media content | DW.COM | 26.01.2017 Why buy a car when you can hitch a ride? Co-consumption is experiencing a commercial boom thanks to the internet. You can share just about anything - food, cars, boats, even gardens - through an online portal or app. And you can make a profit. The sharing economy is booming thanks to the Internet.
"30.01.2017 17:07:01" Timeline Photos A Swiss farmer was faced with an ecological conundrum: In order to save his organic crops, he had to kill the the crows dw.com/p/2WUBg
"30.01.2017 14:37:00" dw.com The tiny earthworm's major impact The lowly earthworm is a jack of all trades. It fertilizes, stabilizes and aerates soil - out of sight and out of mind. Some may find them icky, but they're a vital part of our ecosystem. YUCK! Earthworms may look icky, but this will change the way you look at these wiggly wonders
"30.01.2017 11:28:00" This moth has been named after Donald J. Trump. Can you guess why?
"30.01.2017 08:12:00" dw.com Turning weeds into woven wonders | eco@africa | DW.COM | 27.01.2017 Nigerian social enterprise MitiMeth creates furnishings and accessories from natural fibres such as water hyacinth and banana bark. They also train people to use local resources to earn a living. Water hyacinths are blocking Nigeria's waterways. But one company has an innovative solution for the weeds. #EcoAfrica
"30.01.2017 05:16:00" A German start-up has created portable solar kits that can replace polluting generators. Are you also #DoingYourBit? Tel us how. #EcoAfrica
"30.01.2017 00:46:01" dw.com Living Planet: Germans call for farming revolution | All media content | DW.COM | 26.01.2017 Thousands of people took to the streets in Berlin to protest industrial agriculture. They are part of a movement in support of small farmers, wholesome food and animal welfare – and against the corporate concentration in the food industry. Thousands in Germany are calling for an end to industrial farming.
"29.01.2017 22:01:00" dw.com Living Planet: The politics of coconuts | All media content | DW.COM | 26.01.2017 Coconuts are a key election issue in the Indian state of Goa. They play an important role in the local economy. But since the government classified coconut palms as plants rather than trees, huge numbers have been cut down. Do coconuts grow on trees? #LivingPlanet
"29.01.2017 17:45:01" Timeline Photos A thought to get you through the upcoming week. :)
"29.01.2017 15:13:00" A special protected type of pepper is keeping farmers on the land in Cambodia.
"29.01.2017 09:20:00" dw.com Shooting crows in Switzerland | eco@africa | DW.COM | 27.01.2017 Swiss farmer Alois Kohlert's committment to growing his crops organically has made him creative solving problems. But when faced with hungry crows, he felt he had no choice but to call the hunter What's an organic farmer to do when faced with hungry crows? #EcoAfrica
"29.01.2017 02:41:00" dw.com World in Progress: Mongolian nomads seek shelter from harsh winters | All media content | DW.COM | 25.01.2017 Mongolia's herders have always lived a hard life, but climate change has forced many to abandon their nomadic ways altogether and resettle in the country's capital Ulaanbaatar. And that's brought a raft of ills to the city, including a spike in pollution Mongolian herders have always had it hard. But climate change is taking away their livelihood and forcing them into the city.
"28.01.2017 22:12:00" dw.com Living Planet: Cultivating revolution | All media content | DW.COM | 26.01.2017 Germans protest industrial scale farming, while Venezuela seeks to solve its food crisis with urban agriculture. In Cape Town, farmers battle drought and water waste. And why coconuts have become an election issue in India. Revolutionary growth. This week's #LivingPlanet takes a look at farming.
"28.01.2017 17:22:00" blogs.dw.com Some Arctic good news – not #fakenews! - Arctic and Ice - Ice-Blog - DW.COM ❄️ Finally some good news for the environment. ❄️
"28.01.2017 15:22:00" dw.com Meet the German movement to transform agriculture | DW Environment | DW.COM | 27.01.2017 "People in Germany want good farming, which is good for the environment, good for the animals - and good for the people."
"28.01.2017 10:16:00" dw.com Fruit bats on the move | eco@africa | DW.COM | 27.01.2017 In Africa's greatest mammal migration, around 10 million fruit bats travel from Congo to Kasanka National Park in Zambia every year. But they are under threat from hunters and habitat loss. Ever seen 10 million fruit bats? #EcoAfrica
"28.01.2017 01:20:01" dw.com Living Planet: Can urban farms solve Venezuela's food crisis? | All media content | DW.COM | 26.01.2017 Venezuelans are starving as the country is gripped by economic crisis. Last year, the government set up a Ministry of Urban Agriculture and appealed to citizens to plant food in every available space. But is it working? Venezuela's capital has become a vegetable oasis. Find out how on #LivingPlanet.
"27.01.2017 21:43:00" ♻️ Did you know urine can be turned into electricity? ♻️
"27.01.2017 18:34:01" dw.com The tiny earthworm's major impact | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 27.01.2017 The earthworm - a jack of all trades that plays a huge part in our ecosystem.
"27.01.2017 17:15:00" A company in Nigeria is making a profit from weeds. #EcoAfrica
"27.01.2017 16:00:04" Photos from DW - Global Ideas's post This week, our reporters head to the Guatemalan rain forest. Which of these pictures from their trip do you want as next week's banner? To vote, just like your favorite one.
"27.01.2017 15:13:01" dw.com Through the lens | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 26.01.2017 The environmental roundup of the week in pictures - from floods to sustainable forestry.
"27.01.2017 13:34:01" dw.com Living Planet: Cape Town battles water crisis | All media content | DW.COM | 26.01.2017 South Africa's West Cape is famous for its fruit and fine wines. But crops are at risk from the region's worst drought in a decade. Experts have warned Cape Town residents they have less than 100 days of water supply left, as the city prays for rain. Crops are at risk from the worst drought in a decade in South Africa's Western Cape. #LivingPlanet
"27.01.2017 10:34:48" DW Environment #GreenWeek is mixing it up with truly healthy smoothies. These smoothies are really green. #Berlin #GreenWeek.
"27.01.2017 08:24:18" DW Environment Yes, that's a tree, seen from the inside. And it's a piece of art. We spoke to the creator of this amazing statue in Davos at the World Economic Forum. Inside a tree. Natural art at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
"27.01.2017 05:03:00" dw.com Opinion: Trump's America is beginning to look a lot like China | DW Environment | DW.COM | 26.01.2017 Trump's administration seems to be blacking out information about climate change. DW's Sonya Diehn takes a closer look.
"27.01.2017 01:40:00" Orange is the color of crowd-farming.
"26.01.2017 22:03:00" dw.com Extreme weather on the rise in Europe | DW Environment | DW.COM | 26.01.2017 Europe will be hit hard by climate change, a study has found.
"26.01.2017 18:43:00" dw.com National Parks Service workers play Trump at his own game | News | DW.COM | 25.01.2017 These park rangers are doing more than conservation. They are rebelling against Trump's attempt to muzzle environment agencies.
"26.01.2017 17:40:00" dw.com Mapping air pollution to conquer it in Mongolia's capital | DW Environment | DW.COM | 25.01.2017 Desertification is a serious problem in Mongolia's grasslands. And harsh weather is also forcing people into the city - causing new problems.
"26.01.2017 15:49:00" dw.com What does the future hold for Africa's farmers? | Africa | DW.COM | 25.01.2017 "We have an industry dominated by aging, traditionally, poor farmers. The outlook for future farmers is bleak,"
"26.01.2017 15:26:42" DW Environment After the leaf plate, look what we found at the #greenweek. Little dishes made from thin strips of wood. After the leaf plate, dishes out of wood at #berlin #greenweek.
"26.01.2017 14:13:42" DW Environment Amazing things you can do with coffee grounds. #gruenewoche Never trash your coffee ground!
"26.01.2017 14:03:25" media.giphy.com gph.is A premature baby Nile hippo is fighting for its life at Cincinnati Zoo. http://dw.com/p/2WP77
"26.01.2017 12:21:32" DW Environment This little device has the potential to save countless bees from succumbing to varroa mites. #greenweek is full of surprises. #GreenWeek #Berlin - saving the bees!
"26.01.2017 10:08:13" DW Environment Heading into #greenweek in #berlin to look for exciting eco ideas. Tell us where you are and we'll come and visit. #GreenWeek
"26.01.2017 09:17:57" Biodiversity and politics have something in common. A comb-over.
"26.01.2017 05:47:00" Did you know concrete could be recycled?
"26.01.2017 00:02:01" dw.com Latest trend: vegetarian salami | All media content | DW.COM | 25.01.2017 More and more people want to become vegetarians, or reduce their meat consumption. Sausage-maker Windau got onto the trend and now makes meatless salami and cold cuts. It's a complex process. Save the animals. Try some veggie-Wurst from Germany.
"25.01.2017 21:25:00" dw.com Wildfires ravage Chile | All media content | DW.COM | 25.01.2017 161,000 hectares of forests and grasslands have been engulfed by the flames.
"25.01.2017 19:22:01" dw.com Nigeria: saving primates from extinction | All media content | DW.COM | 24.01.2017 The drills at this ranch could save one of the world's most endangered species.
"25.01.2017 18:12:00" Farmers in Uganda are using satellite data to beat the effects of climate change.
"25.01.2017 16:39:00" dw.com Communities being left behind in the fight for land in Uganda | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 24.01.2017 Forestry companies have been accused of land grabbing in Uganda - despite boasting green credentials.
"25.01.2017 15:44:22" DW Environment The newest in Trump's #EPAFreeze: Reports he wants to remove the climate change site from the US environment agency website. Does Trump want to erase climate change as an issue?
"25.01.2017 15:06:00" dw.com Spanish farmers struggle as orange prices drop | All media content | DW.COM | 24.01.2017 Spain produces most of Europe's citrus fruits. With more than 3 million tons a year, Valencia is Spain's orange hub. But business is sluggish. The price of oranges has tumbled due to overproduction and competition. Time for new ideas - like "crowd "Crowd farming" could save Spanish orange farmers. AND you could adopt an orange tree.
"25.01.2017 14:15:01" dw.com President Trump gives controversial US oil pipelines the green light | Business | DW.COM | 24.01.2017 The Dakota Access pipeline is back on the table. Environmentalists are up in arms. #DAPL #StandingRock #KeystoneXL
"25.01.2017 12:36:00" dw.com Farming 4.0 - agricultural robots take over | All media content | DW.COM | 24.01.2017 This is what the farm of the future looks like.
"25.01.2017 08:30:10" DW Environment Scared of sharks? Now a bracelet *may* be able to protect you. *Dun Dun Dun*
"25.01.2017 05:01:00" In Cameroon, hunters are trading in their guns - for motorcycles.
"25.01.2017 02:33:01" dw.com Antarctic research lab moved from collapsing ice shelf | All media content | DW.COM | 24.01.2017 When calving ice threatened the Halley IV research labs, the British Antarctic Survey fired up its tractor. The BAS' Mike Dinn tells DW about moving their mobile labs and why they were there in the first place. To stop it floating away, Antarctic researchers moved their lab.
"24.01.2017 22:12:00" dw.com Pee power put to good use | All media content | DW.COM | 23.01.2017 Urine could become an important power source.
"24.01.2017 18:23:00" dw.com Primate species face extinction | All media content | DW.COM | 19.01.2017 In the next 25 years, two thirds of primate species could die out.
"24.01.2017 17:22:00" dw.com Benin's farmers break new ground | All media content | DW.COM | 21.01.2017 Benin vet Michel Babadjide's sustainable animal husbandry ensures food security for local farmers. It's finally being taken seriously by science and catching on in villages around the country. The beating of the pigeons' wings is ventilation to cool the air for the other animals...Innovative farming in Benin. #EcoAfrica
"24.01.2017 14:45:00" dw.com Farmers protesting collapsing milk prices bury the EU under ton of powdered milk | News | DW.COM | 23.01.2017 A massive oversupply of powdered milk, coupled with an end to limits on regular EU milk production, has sent the market price plunging in recent years. White is the color of these protesters' discontent.
"24.01.2017 12:40:53" DW Environment Fires aren't uncommon in Chile's forests - but this year climate change has made things much worse.
"24.01.2017 09:41:23" dw.com 'Armyworm' infestation threatens crops in Zimbabwe | Africa | DW.COM | 23.01.2017 In Zimbabwe strong rains had raised hope that food shortages would be eased. But the so-called "armyworm" may get in the way.
"24.01.2017 09:21:39" DW - Global Ideas's cover photo This week, our reporters headed to Cameroon's Korup National Park. http://dw.com/p/2W87s
"24.01.2017 06:32:01" dw.com Global Ideas: Balancing natural priorities | All media content | DW.COM | 23.01.2017 Which needs more protection: The unique environment of Korup National Park - one of the oldest rainforests on earth - or the people who live in and off it? A dilemma with a serious potential for conflict. Which needs more protection: The unique environment of Korup National Park - one of the oldest rainforests on earth - or the people who live in and off it?
"24.01.2017 00:28:01" dw.com Eco-at-Africa - The Environment Magazine This week Eco Africa's show reports on blast fishing in Tanzania, recycling in Nigeria and Kenya, and an island sanctuary in Uganda giving orphaned chimps a second chance.
"23.01.2017 22:30:00" dw.com Don't waste waste! | All media content | DW.COM | 21.01.2017 Recycling doesn't have a long history in Kenya. But for the last five years, social enterprise TakaTaka Solutions has been doing its bit in communities rich and poor, companies, schools and private homes. Recycling doesn't have a long history in Kenya. But for the last five years, social enterprise TakaTaka Solutions has been doing its bit in communities rich and poor, companies, schools and private homes.
"23.01.2017 21:30:00" dw.com A new home for hunted chimps | All media content | DW.COM | 21.01.2017 Uganda's Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Lake Victoria is a safe haven for orphaned chimpanzees that also fights hunting, educates the public and offers ecotourism. Uganda's Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Lake Victoria is a safe haven for orphaned chimpanzees that also fights hunting, educates the public and offers ecotourism.
"23.01.2017 19:30:00" dw.com Alpine animals in Winter The Allgäu High Alps Nature Reserve provides a winter home to rare animals such as ibex and snow grouse.
"23.01.2017 17:30:01" dw.com Going off grid | All media content | DW.COM | 21.01.2017 Residents of Feldheim, a village south of Berlin, decided to go off grid and produce their own energy for wind, sun and biogas. Their solution is now a role model for communities around the world. Residents of Feldheim, a village south of Berlin, decided to go off grid and produce their own energy for wind, sun and biogas. Do you want to know how?
"23.01.2017 16:00:00" dw.com Livestock issues at Green Week | All media content | DW.COM | 23.01.2017 The biggest international agribusiness trade fair is up and running in Berlin. This year Green Week is focusing on the treatment of livestock. With consumers unwilling to pay more, farmers are struggling to find the right cost balance between animal This year Green Week is focusing on the treatment of livestock. With consumers unwilling to pay more, farmers are struggling to find the right cost balance between animal welfare and productivity.
"23.01.2017 14:45:55" dw.com Five ways to improve air quality in our cities The European Environment Agency (EEA) says air pollution is the single largest environmental health hazard in Europe, causing around 467,000 premature deaths in Europe in 2013. What can be done to stem this problem?
"23.01.2017 12:03:04" Giant pandas are welcoming the lunar Chinese New Year Giant Pandas are part of celebrations for the Chinese Lunar Year, which falls on 28 January!
"23.01.2017 09:30:34" dw.com $400 million for rain forests Norway announced it will set up a fund to make small-scale farmers more productive and thus fight deforestation. Food company giants are joining in.
"22.01.2017 18:53:00" Dynamite fishing is devastating the marine life in Tanzania. The police is fighting the illegal fishermen but it's a dangerous job.
"22.01.2017 15:34:00" dw.com Digital Food We may be on the cusp of another agricultural revolution
"22.01.2017 10:45:00" dw.com Ice-cold art: The polar bear photographer | All media content | DW.COM | 19.01.2017 Norbert Rosing lies in wait in icy temperatures. That lets him capture very special photographs of polar bears and other Arctic animals. A new photo volume documents his work. A look at nature photographer Norbert Rosing and his incredible work
"21.01.2017 14:56:00" dw.com Gallery: Festivals of man and beast People have invented many unique rrituals and festivals involving #animals. Some sweet, some cruel. Here's a selection.
"21.01.2017 09:56:00" dw.com Europe, a silent hub of illegal wildlife trade Who would have thought...
"21.01.2017 09:36:00" Drone footage shows a massive crack in an Antarctic ice shelf that has forced researchers to evacuate
"20.01.2017 19:16:01" dw.com Check out our newest look "Through the lens" at the week's news
"20.01.2017 16:07:00" dw.com Man killed by crocodile on Australia's East Alligator river When they tell you not to go in the water, listen next time!
"20.01.2017 14:56:00" She's the oldest Panda in the world but at age 37 she's still going strong.
"20.01.2017 12:58:37" dw.com How eco-friendly are leaf plates? We had a huge response to our video about leaf plates. Many wondered about the carbon footprint of biodegradable plates made in India to use in Germany so we asked Claudio Fritz-Vietta, co-founder of Leef, to explain.
"20.01.2017 09:40:01" dw.com Wolf in Saxony to be shot as possible threat to humans Wilderness vs. man - what should have priority?
"20.01.2017 08:55:17" Beautiful jewelry made from palm seeds is helping to save the forest in central Colombia
"19.01.2017 21:46:00" This island is truly a chimp's paradise that would make King Louis from the Jungle Book jealous. But rightfully so: all the apes on Nagamba Island are recovering from a difficult past.
"19.01.2017 17:27:00" Don't waste your waste! These people in Nigeria have found innovative uses for the ubiquitous garbage and some of the things they have made are stunning!
"19.01.2017 10:29:00" After we posted our video about disposable plates made from leaves, many of you had questions and voiced your opinions. We spoke to the people behind "Leef", a Berlin-based company that also produces biodegradable plates. Here is what they said about
"19.01.2017 07:56:50" dw.com The four horsemen of Trump's ecopocalypse? | DW Environment | DW.COM | 18.01.2017 What impact might Trump's cabinet have on our environment? We took a closer look.
"18.01.2017 16:04:00" Photos from DW - Global Ideas's post Next week, our reporters are heading to Cameroon where they visit Korup National Park. In the meantime, here are your pix for banner of the week. Which one's your favorite?
"18.01.2017 11:33:00" dw.com Colo, world's oldest zoo gorilla, dies at 60 | News | DW.COM | 18.01.2017 The zoo said Colo was an "ambassador" for gorillas and inspired conservation efforts. She was the first zoo-born gorilla in the world. She was the first gorilla ever to be born in a zoo. Such an amazing creature.
"17.01.2017 17:14:39" Timeline Photos Our leaf plate video has created quite a stir! Many of you wondered if it had a bigger carbon footprint than a locally made plate. Here is what we found out.
"17.01.2017 15:10:32" DW Stories White truffles are a very expensive delicacy and they're becoming increasingly rare. In Italy, collectors are fighting over them - with all means necessary.
"17.01.2017 15:00:44" dw.com LA lions to roam over freeway | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 17.01.2017 Planning has started on the largest wildlife crossing in the world. The privately-funded bridge would allow the endangered Santa Monica mountain lion and other species safely dodge the insanity of LA traffic What do you do when you have lions trapped in the middle of a city? You build a bridge so they can get out! ;-)
"16.01.2017 15:46:05" dw.com Concrete answers to a recycling problem | eco@africa | DW.COM | 16.01.2017 Concrete is the world's most widely used construction material. And it's highly polluting. But a German firm has developed a way of recycling old concrete. Discarded concrete is a huge burden on the environment. This entrepreneur in Germany has found a way to turn it into a source of valuable raw materials!
"16.01.2017 14:46:39" dw.com Scientists train laser beams on cruel practice of shredding chicks | Science | DW.COM | 16.01.2017 Is there finally a good alternative to the cruel practice of shredding new-born chicks? http://dw.com/p/2VrIm
"16.01.2017 10:49:00" dw.com Smart traffic in Kenya | eco@africa | DW.COM | 16.01.2017 Kenya's capital Nairobi has a traffic and air pollution problem. But Ma3Route, a Kenyan mobile, web and SMS platform, wants to change that with a smart crowd-sourced solution. Want to avoid traffic jams? Just ask other drivers where the streets are clogged. An innovative online platform now helps people in Kenya help each other to find an open road
"15.01.2017 19:01:01" dw.com Giving up my filthy fashion habit As a self-confessed fast fashion addict, DW reporter Jennifer Collins decided it was time to break her bad habit and scrutinize the environmental impact of the garment industry. She was shocked by what she learned. #HowGreenAmI
"15.01.2017 17:52:00" dw.com Fighting Zambia's poison fog | eco@africa | DW.COM | 13.01.2017 Zambia's state coffers are dependant on mining but the social and green costs of the industry are huge. Eco hero Peter Sinkamba is fighting to put people and the planet first. Zambia's state coffers are dependent on mining but the social and green costs of the industry are huge. Eco hero Peter Sinkamba is fighting to put people and the planet first. #EcoAfrica
"15.01.2017 12:54:01" dw.com Seedlings of hope | eco@africa | DW.COM | 13.01.2017 A social enterprise is trying to boost green farming in Tunisia with the resilient acacia tree. The tree prefers dry soil and produces Arabic gum and Moringa oil, which could provide valuable income. A social enterprise is trying to boost green farming in Tunisia with the resilient acacia tree. The tree prefers dry soil and produces Arabic gum and Moringa oil, which could provide valuable income. #EcoAfrica
"14.01.2017 16:12:01" Timeline Photos Each year, Faroe Island fishermen kill hundreds of whales for food and income. DW takes a trip there to take a look at the controversial tradition. #EcoAfrica http://dw.com/p/2VjcI
"13.01.2017 23:17:00" dw.com Jellyfish: underrated beauties Jellyfish have a bad rep. Most people are disgusted by or even afraid of them. But the squishy sea-dwellers are beautiful creatures, who don't even need a brain to gracefully float through the seas.
"13.01.2017 22:31:01" soundcloud.com Living Planet: From trash heap to designer park Pollution is a huge problem in the Brazilian megacity Rio de Janeiro. But now some residents brought about quite a transformation - and there's more to come. #LivingPlanet
"13.01.2017 17:22:01" dw.com Burkina Faso abandons GM cotton | eco@africa | DW.COM | 13.01.2017 Burkina Faso is one of the world's top cotton producers, but its sales have taken a hit on the world markets. Some blame GM cotton, which the government now wants to phase out by 2018. Burkina Faso is one of the world's top cotton producers, but its sales have taken a hit on the world markets. Some blame GM cotton, which the government now wants to phase out by 2018.
"13.01.2017 15:55:00" dw.com Welcome to eco@africa Welcome to #EcoAfrica. On this week's show, we explore innovative solutions to air pollution and bad traffic in Kenya and find out about controversial whaling practices on the Faroe Islands.
"13.01.2017 14:50:19" dw.com Here be dragons Sensation in the marine world - after almost 100 years of research, scientists capture rare ruby seadragons on video for the first time.
"13.01.2017 13:53:11" DW Environment A grey city goes green - Essen, in the heartland of Germany's Ruhr area was once the country's industrial hub. But since the decline of coal mining, the entire region has been working to re-invent itself. And these efforts are paying off - the city has The city of Essen goes green and has been designated European Green Capital 2017.
"13.01.2017 11:44:15" dw.com It's a slug's life Tiny and slimy, slugs have the power to disgust, repel, and strip gardeners of their lettuces and their nerves. But they are also innovative survivors that provide a valid eco-service.
"13.01.2017 06:02:00" Timeline Photos Sunrise and sunset - in a chaotic world these are two constants that can be relied upon. Good morning everybody. #EcoAfrica http://dw.com/p/2ViZN
"12.01.2017 19:36:00" dw.com Zimbabwe: street food vendors banned over typhoid, cholera fears Zimbabwe has banned street food vendors in the capital Harare following a typhoid outbreak blamed on poor sanitation and erratic water supplies.
"12.01.2017 16:08:01" dw.com Preserving Congo peatland vital for climate Preserving a recently discovered tropical peatland in Congo will be vital for the local ecosystem and the global climate.
"12.01.2017 12:26:36" DW Environment Who do you think is greener: Apple or Amazon? Greenpeace International looked at who is using clean energy and who is still sticking to fossil fuel. This is what they found out. Who do you think is greener: Apple or Amazon? Channels Television
"12.01.2017 10:27:37" dw.com Snowman on track in northern Germany forces train into emergency stop Watch out! Snowman on track!!
"11.01.2017 18:44:00" Like ice in the sunshine While most of Europe is struggling with snow and icy temperatures, it's quite a challenge to stay cool in Australia.
"11.01.2017 16:23:22" dw.com Imminent Gulf Stream system collapse? Should we be worried? New research suggests the Gulf Stream system that grants Europe and parts of North America its temperate climate cannot weather global warming.
"11.01.2017 16:03:50" National Geographic President Obama has protected more of the sea than any world leader in history. After quadrupling the size of the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument in northwestern Hawaii, he discusses his legacy: http://on.natgeo.com/2jAt3MT President Obama's legacy. "He has protected more of the sea than any world leader in history."
"11.01.2017 11:23:33" dw.com Making the most of mud | eco@africa | DW.COM | 05.01.2017 Architect Eike Roswag-Klinge uses mud as a building material all over the world. It's natural to say the least, but could it be used for environmentally-friendly building across Europe? Architect Eike Roswag-Klinge uses mud as a building material all over the world. It's natural to say the least, but could it be used for environmentally-friendly building across Europe?
"11.01.2017 00:01:00" Rescue of a deer on Connecticut River Humans aren't the only ones struggling with the winter weather .
"10.01.2017 21:18:00" dw.com Secrets of the Brazilian Cerrado Deforestation, agricultural expansion and fires have destroyed nearly 60 percent of the world's most biologically rich savanna, the Cerrado. We view the region in pictures.
"10.01.2017 17:02:00" dw.com Of blue bills and Colombian conservation | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 10.01.2017 Referred to by indigenous populations as the "Paujil," Colombia's mystical blue-billed curassow is one of the country's most threatened bird species. Saving its remaining habitat is crucial for its survival. Have you ever heard of Colombia's mystical blue-billed curassow? It is one of the country's most threatened bird species. And saving its remaining habitat is crucial for its survival.
"10.01.2017 16:18:51" DW Environment Uganda is famous for its coffee, arabica in particular. Now, climate change is forcing farmers to change their farming methods. Climate change and its challenges.
"10.01.2017 16:12:00" dw.com Migrants in Greece and the Balkans suffer in freezing temperatures Thousands of migrants in Greece and in the Balkans have been suffering in freezing temperatures and bad weather. Local authorities have failed to prepare emergency measures, Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said.
"10.01.2017 10:39:00" dw.com Philippines: Turning garbage into food Norberto cooks for the residents of "Happyland," a vast slum on the edge of Manila. He gets the meat for his dishes from the garbage dump, bits of food scraps salvaged after the rich have filled their bellies.
"10.01.2017 08:15:15" DW - Global Ideas's cover photo
"09.01.2017 18:38:00" dw.com Want to pet that cute owl? Think again! After its kitten craze, owl cafés seem to be Japan's next big thing. Customers have been lining up to spend time with the big-eyed birds. But despite good intentions, experts say signs of stress are likely to be misread.
"09.01.2017 15:36:25" DW Environment In response to our call for snow pictures Erika M Stevens has sent us a photo of Lake Tahoe pines while driving to the ski slopes. #doingyourbit
"09.01.2017 13:32:31" theguardian.com www.theguardian.com Native Americans fight Texas pipeline using 'same model as Standing Rock'.
"09.01.2017 10:20:59" Photos from DW - Global Ideas's post Our reporter went to the Magdalena region of Colombia. It's a natural paradise that offers shelter for rare species of monkeys, reptiles and birds. Choose this week's Facebook header. Just 'like' your favorite.
"08.01.2017 22:37:47" Timeline Photos Mark Mwikisa Chibala (Zambia) contacted us to share a photo of his roof garden, the first one in his southern province district, Kalomo. He build it from a car wash business and he wants to encourage other youths to include nature in their house plans.
"08.01.2017 21:57:56" dw.com Dry ice: New weapon against rats | All media content | DW.COM | 02.01.2017 The US city of Chicago is struggling with a growing rodent problem. Apart from using the regular vermin pesticides, the city's Bureau of Rodent Control is trying something new: dry ice. The US city of Chicago is struggling with a growing rodent problem. Apart from using the regular vermin pesticides, the city's Bureau of Rodent Control is trying something new: dry ice.
"08.01.2017 20:30:17" dw.com Nigeria's farmers adapt to climate change In Nigeria, many regions are getting drier, and the desert has been encroaching into communities in the Sahel region of Africa. What does this mean for farmers?
"08.01.2017 18:41:15" dw.com Teff: Sustainable Superfood Teff is the new super food.Foreign sales were delayed to prevent a food crises similar to what happened in Andean countries during the worldwide Quinoa boom.
"08.01.2017 16:57:35" dw.com Making the most of mud | All media content | DW.COM | 05.01.2017 Architect Eike Roswag-Klinge uses mud as a building material all over the world. It's natural to say the least, but could it be used for environmentally-friendly building across Europe? Architect Eike Roswag-Klinge uses mud as a building material all over the world. It's natural to say the least, but could it be used for environmentally-friendly building across Europe?
"08.01.2017 15:17:10" Timeline Photos Anaesu Paschal (Nigeria) contacted us to share a photo of his balcony plants with plastic bottles: reducing plastic pollution, increasing and using solar energy. As he points out, it is a small environmental contribution, but it is a contribution
"08.01.2017 12:15:11" dw.com Eco-at-Africa - The Environment Magazine | All media content | DW.COM | 05.01.2017 This week, we check out the green rooftops of Johannesburg, learn about Principé's plans to be plastic-free, explore the properties of mud and look at the link between climate change and health. This week, we check out the green rooftops of Johannesburg, learn about Principé's plans to be plastic-free, explore the properties of mud and look at the link between climate change and health.
"07.01.2017 22:55:01" dw.com Deforestation in the Carpathians | All media content | DW.COM | 06.01.2017 In Romania's Carpathian Mountains, some three hectares of forest are felled every hour. Activist Gabriel Paun is working to stop the illegal practice, but that puts him at risk. In Romania's Carpathian Mountains, some three hectares of forest are felled every hour. Activist Gabriel Paun is working to stop the illegal practice, but that puts him at risk.
"07.01.2017 21:46:32" Growing Food on concrete Johannesburg is using urban farming to lift people out of poverty, counter food insecurity and off-set its CO2 emissions.
"07.01.2017 19:30:00" dw.com Drought in E. Africa leaves millions in need of aid Northern Kenya is one of the country's poorer regions and most inhabitants depend on their livestock in order to survive. Their herds have been weakened by hunger and they are unable to sell them at an adequate price.
"07.01.2017 18:05:51" Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project BREAKING: Tilikum, the Blackfish Whale is Dead
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Take Action: dolphin.fyi/DolphinPledge First Pan Pan, then Granny, now Tilikum ... Sad news for wildlife! :(
"07.01.2017 16:51:41" dw.com Tortoise meets tourist on the Galápagos Hundreds of thousands of tourists visit the Galápagos each year. But careful steps are taken to minimize their impact on biodiversity.
"07.01.2017 13:46:03" dw.com Going green in downtown Johannesburg | All media content | DW.COM | 05.01.2017 Six rooftops in Johannesburg have been turned into neighborhood food co-operatives. The city is using urban farming to lift people out of poverty, counter food insecurity and off-set its CO2 emissions. The city is using urban farming to lift people out of poverty, counter food insecurity and off-set its CO2 emissions.
"07.01.2017 10:34:01" dw.com Info-film: Our health and climate change | All media content | DW.COM | 05.01.2017 As the climate changes, so do the risks to our health. Not only are diseases such as malaria more likely to spread, but there are more extreme weather events that hurt or kill people. The climate changes so not only are diseases such as malaria more likely to spread, but there are more extreme weather events that hurt or kill people.
"07.01.2017 08:43:00" dw.com Our beautiful planet Good morning! Reminiscent of a painting by an old master, these shot shows dogs and their fleecey wards settling down to the all important business of eating in the snow.
"06.01.2017 22:55:00" dw.com Five of the world's biggest environmental problems 2016 is over! Take a look at our 10 DW Environment's most popular stories of the year.
(8) Five of the world's biggest environmental problems that must be solved if the world is to remain a supportive habitat for humans and other