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SESAME Field Trip: Open door policy at a synchrotron

04-11-2019

'By the time we got to the synchrotron in Jordan, the story was already told.' DW's Zulfikar Abbany went on a tour of the Middle East for science journalists. This is the seventh and final part of his diary.

How a 1976 concert shook the Berlin Wall

04-11-2019

East German musician Wolf Biermann took the stage in West Germany in November 1976. His performance unleashed a chain reaction of criticism from both the communist state and its citizens — with historic consequences.

Australia's koalas threatened by deforestation and bushfires

04-11-2019

The koala is on the verge of "functional" extinction. To make matters worse, logging, wildfires and drought are becoming more frequent across Australia. A koala hospital is working to find ways to help them survive.

1989: How reunified Berlin birthed a club culture revolution

01-11-2019

The fall of the Berlin Wall was not only a political revolution but the start of a cultural awakening that reverberated from German clubs around the world. Now, Berlin's iconic club scene aims to get UNESCO recognition.

Vegan meat: The future of planet-saving plant-based eating?

01-11-2019

With a plant-based diet touted as the answer to emissions-intensive livestock farming, DW marks World Vegan Day by asking if a new wave of low carbon post-meat products can really lead the climate fight?

Scotland restores its peatlands to keep carbon in the ground

31-10-2019

Often overlooked as critical carbon sinks, peatlands store at least twice as much carbon as forests. After years of degredation, Scotland has increased its ambition in restoring these important areas.

Munich study confirms severe decline in insect populations in Germany

30-10-2019

Two years ago, volunteer insectologists sounded the alarm — the number of flying insects had drastically fallen. Now a new study on three protected regions in Germany confirms these fears.