Articles and Interviews

Is there such a thing as climate-neutral travel?

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to travel anywhere in the world using any means of transport we liked without harming the climate? Is this a realistic proposal and, if so, how would it work? Are carbon offsets a genuine way of tackling climate change or are consumers simply being sold a modern form of indulgences

Sustainable living

Germany-Alumni take on responsibility

With its campaign “Sustainable living – I support this!”, the Alumniportal wants to show that Germany-Alumni all over the world are committed to a sustainable life according to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Alumni from 115 different countries took part and tell us now what the SDGs mean to them personally.

Organic produce from the former township

In an affluent neighborhood of Windhoek, two young men from the former township are selling organic produce. John and Immanuel Negongo are revolutionizing Namibian agriculture.

Ideas for sustainable mobility of the future

We have to apply the principles of sustainability to the fields of transport and mobility. The bicycle is a popular and environment-friendly means of mobility and transport all over the world and also an engine for economic and cultural growth.

Ten expert tips

Packaging-free living

These ten tips by precycling-experts Miriam Klaussner and Julia Bayer of the blog initiative ‘IchNehmsOhne’ (‘I’ll do without’) will show you how to live plastic-free. In texts and images.