• People
    Issue 1/2019

    Skipping school to save the world

    More and more young people around the globe are joining school strikes to voice their frustration at failed energy and climate policy. It all began with a 15-year-old in Sweden.
    22 Feb 19, Michael Hahn 0
  • People
    Issue 5/2018

    A champion of climate justice

    Roda Verheyen is taking the fight against climate change to the courts. After locking horns with energy corporation RWE, she has now taken on the EU.
    17 Oct 18, Tim Altegör 5
  • People
    Issue 3&4/2018

    Coal lobbyist in charge of US environmental policy

    The new head of the Environmental Protection Agency Andrew Wheeler is likely to carry on eroding climate efforts in the US – perhaps even more so than his predecessor.
    22 Aug 18, Benjamin von Brackel 0
  • People

    “We will see huge changes in our economic model and lifestyle”

    A conversation with Barbara Hendricks about her experience as Germany's Federal Minister for the Environment, the new government’s climate plans and the social changes that go hand in hand with a decisive stance against global warming.
    23 May 18, Interviewed by Astrid Dähn and Jörg-Rainer Zimmermann 4
  • People
    Issue 2/2018

    “Opposing coal is politically dangerous”

    The anti-coal movement has reached Russia, says environmental activist Vladimir Slivyak. The country’s government is not happy.
    16 Apr 18, Interviewed by Friederike Meier 0
  • People
    Issue 1/2018

    Putting a price on nature

    WWF has named a former banker and economist as its new president. With the appointment, the environmental body hopes to highlight the importance of factoring the value of clean air and water into GDP calculations.
    1 Mar 18, Christian Mihatsch 0
  • People

    “Well-designed tenders can play an important role”

    Giles Dickson, who was appointed CEO of the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) in September 2015, discusses the challenges facing the wind sector in areas such as governance and market design.
    19 Oct 15, Interviewed by Jörg-Rainer Zimmermann 0
  • People

    “At some point climate conferences won’t be needed”

    The meteorology professor Mojib Latif talks about the opportunities presented by global climate agreements, Germany’s role in the worldwide negotiations on emissions limits – and why he likes to take it slow on the road.
    5 Jan 15, Interviewed by Astrid Dähn 0
  • People
    Foto: Roland Horn
    Energy People

    Until `no´ is no longer an option

    Henrik Stiesdal built his fist wind turbine at the age of 19. For many years, as Chief technology Officer at Siemens Wind Power, his goal has been to make wind power the number one energy source.
    4 Aug 14, Tim Altegör 0
  • People

    “Europe is losing its leadership position”

    … in terms of investment in utility-scale renewable energy. And there are many policy uncertainties to clear up in Europe – says Angus McCrone, chief editor of Bloomberg New Energy Finance, London.
    12 May 14, Jörg-Rainer Zimmermann 0


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Issue 02 / 2020

Learning to care - Can AI help save the planet?

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