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Republicans take aim at climate change regulations
'One in five fish linked to illegal activity'
The EU has imposed sanctions on imports from Sri Lanka's fisheries after the country failed to curb illegal fishing. Tony Long of The Pew Charitable Trusts tells DW how new technology can help ports tackle the problem.
Gold without the guilt
lllegal gold mining has devastating environmental, social and health impacts. But projects aimed at bringing small-scale mining operations out of the informal sector are helping to give bling a good name.
Rivers without fish in Peru
Deforestation and gold mining waste are taking their toll on Peru’s lushly biodiverse Amazon Basin. In a bid to reverse the trend and earn a living, local communities are working with nature rather than against it.
Filling politicians in on biodiversity
The world's top biodiversity body has initiated a number of assessments designed to help politics act on conservation.
Leaders link growth, climate protection
How to overcome weak global growth has been one the most hotly debated issues at the World Economic Forum in Davos. But all agreed that fostering climate-saving technologies could make a huge difference.
Nigerians turn to renewable energy as solution to power crisis
Nigeria produces about 2.5 million barrels of oil each day, yet many of its citizens live without electricity. Some residents are now seeking alternative solutions to the country's ongoing energy crisis.