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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
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 0
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
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
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
Energy People

Using knowledge to beat monopolies of power

Energy expert Uwe Leprich is one of the few German scientists with an overview of the entire electricity system.
21 Oct 13, Jörg-Rainer Zimmermann 0

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Issue 02 / 2019

Bridge or barrier - The controversial role of natural gas

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