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EU's air pollution problems festering
Learning lessons from Fukushima
Two years after the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, measures are being taken to protect the German population from accidents. But their implementation could take years, and some critics are concerned.
French wine-makers turn to mystic methods
A growing number of wine producers in France are embracing biodynamic viticulture - a mix of astrology and Chinese medicine methods - to enrich both their soil and their wine. But does this really mean better wine?
'When Kiribati disappears, we're going to die with our kids'
In a landmark case, Kiribati native Ioane Teitiota claimed refugee status in New Zealand as a victim of climate change. With his plea rejected, his hope of a better life is sinking quicker than his Pacific islands home.
'At the floodgates' of a solar energy boom
As solar power gets cheaper, experts are predicting a global boom that could significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions. DW spoke with leading solar expert Eicke Weber about solar's vast potential.
Turning Berlin's gray rooftops green
Community gardens are springing up across Berlin, where city dwellers are hungry for home-grown food. Hannah Cleaver helps Berliners learn how to grow their own, one terrace and rooftop at a time.
Greenland Inuit village fights for survival
When it comes to pulling together globally in battling climate change, some small island nations have to fight to get their voices heard. Many of them have been wrestling with the effects of climate change for years.
Pulp and paper battle tears at Uruguay-Argentina relations
Argentina says a pulp mill in Uruguay is fouling the air and water on its side of the border. The two nations are likely to wind up in front of the International Court in The Hague for a second time.
Germany aims to rid drinking water of lead
Tap water is set to become a lot healthier in Germany. Federal regulations from the start of December have lowered the allowable lead levels, but many old buildings are still affected by contaminating pipes.
The other climate problem: CO2 threatens marine life
Almost a third of the CO2 we emit is absorbed by the oceans. That helps to reduce global warming, but it also makes the oceans more acidic - posing a serious threat to marine life.