The UN is revitalizing a program that gives wealthy nations carbon credits for investing in emission-reducing projects in developing nations; human rights protections are not yet part of the plan.
UN negotiators are meeting in Germany to formulate plans to meet the goals set by the Paris Agreement on climate, but many see political will as weak and response as slow.
The average European has about half the carbon footprint of the average American, but that isn't necessarily because the average German is trying to be greener than someone in Montana.
Syrian refugees settle in Germany after a long, strenuous journey to the country.
Syrian refugees hope to return home to Syria after the conflict subsides.
Many Syrian refugees were tortured and are left with a lingering fear despite their newfound freedom.
From an “often ruthless” Honduran oligarch to a pair of Indian billionaires who ran a company accused of falsifying drug data, the World Bank has helped the rich get richer.
Aerial photographer Alex MacLean documents Europe's carbon footprint in images.
Dan Grossman traveled to Hamburg and Rotterdam to see how the two European cities could be a model for the United States in preparing for the rising seas. It turns out we still have much to learn.
What’s it like to be Turkish in Berlin? Five individuals explain their experiences living and working with intersecting identities in Germany.
The city of Berlin has done away with the controversial, tripartite school system of old, but worrisome trends regarding the city's substantial Turkish community still persist.
Yade and Ela Sönemezo are Hungarian-Turkish-Germans, both of whom are being educated bilingually. Theirs are the faces of German multiculturalism.