Mongolia's miners consider the environmental cost of gold, Albania's hydropower plans threaten Europe's last large free-flowing river, and meet the pipeline protestor on a mission to save the planet.
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Climate change worries take center stage at Pacific Island Forums. 18 heads of state are trying to find solutions to climate change induced chaos as the World bank cautions action needs to be taken soon.
What can modern cosmetic surgery achieve? We explore new trends and people’s experience with them. We also assess the risks involved. Dr. Tanja Fischer from the Skin and Laser Center in Potsdam offers her expert opinion.
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More than one hundred thousand Rohingyas have fled Myanmar after a military crackdown. DW's Debarati Guha asks how long they will have to struggle for their identity?
The European Central Bank is keeping its key interest rate at zero percent and will continue its 60-billion euro a month bond-buying program until at least December of this year.
Since the 1960s, many Britons have moved to southwestern France, especially the Dordogne. But Brexit could throw a wrench in the works: as non-EU-citizens, they would face new restrictions.
Recycle Up! Ghana (RUG) is an African-German initiative that works with Ghanaian schools to tackle the waste problem in the country. Collected and cleaned trash is sold to a local recycling company.
Old car tires usually end up on waste dumps. Nigerian activists had the brilliant idea of turning them into useful and beautiful furniture instead.
Butterflies are particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change – so a German teenager passionate about the creatures is doing her bit for the environment with the help of an app.
Students in Cameroon have come up with an ingenious way to combat the city of Douala’s mounting waste management problem: a more eco-friendly form of coal made of household waste from old banana peels to leftover food.
An engineer from Cameroon who studied renewable energy in Italy is sharing his knowledge back home by launching an NGO. By training young people on working with solar panels, communities benefit from renewable skills.
An exploding human population and growing demand for grazing areas means wildlife are competing with people over increasingly-scarce land near the Serengeti National Park. An organization is trying to reduce the tension.
On this week's eco@africa, we see how humans and wildlife are competing over space near the Serengeti, counting butterflies for climate change and making greener coal from banana skins. All this and more!
Merkel or Schulz? The chancellor looks unbeatable. But could the smaller parties tip the balance in the race for the chancellery? Our guests: Petra Pinzler (Zeit), Derek Scally (Irish Times), Christiane Meier (ARD)
For Britons who have made their home in France, Brexit could cause big problems. Relatives of a man killed during Istanbul's Gezi Park protests are demanding justice.
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