"Crop View uses Copernicus data to detect differences in vegetation health."
Precision farming, Claas e-services
"The most feminist thing is just being. Just doing what we're doing."
Anna Tara Andrésdóttir
"France is in the process of passing from the eldest daughter of the Catholic Church to the little niece of Islam"
Marion Marechal-Le Pen
"The biggest area where gender inequalities are not decreasing but are increasing, is this unequal division of private time."
Institute on Gender Equality
"Because there's high demand for women in China, people in China will pay border patrol to bring women over"
South Korean pastor
"The smallness of the country makes it easier to mobilise solidarity and cooperation between women."
"We see inequality everywhere. It's in the media, it's in the films we make, it's in every layer. We always have to keep on fighting."
"The school system by keeping silent about gender issues is part of the problem. It is withholding stereotypes and discrimination"
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The world climate summit in Cancun ends with the debate far from over. Jo Leinen has followed it closely in Mexico, as head of the European
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The opening ceremony was stirring but the prospects for progress are stark.
A new round of UN climate talks has begun in Mexico with almost 200
Our planet is warming up. But to what degree will the climate change in the future? In order to find out, scientists are focussing on 50 so-called
The road from the Copenhagen to Cancun climate talks later this month has been a long and potholed one. Money promised for the most vulnerable
Natural disasters have blanketed the world’s news media in recent weeks, with their incalculable impact on the people in several countries. In
An iceberg almost four times times the size of Manhattan island has broken off the Petermann Glacier in Northern Greenland.
A French mountain is being covered by a giant white blanket. The aim is to stop the glacier at one of Europe’s most famous ski resorts from melting
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Eric Charamel, Alpine mountain guide
“We’re at the foot of the Grand Motte glacier. The glacier itself is above the really white area up there
Here are some more thoughts from Alpine guide, Eric Charamel
In Talk Planet we hear about climate change from those who are witnessing its effects first hand.
Our interviewees might not be climate scientists
As the globe warms up, Talk Planet hears how millions of people are coping with the change.
Those who rely on the oceans, the mountains and lowland
In congested, polluted central London they are researching the possibilities of making biofuels from trees. They hope that soon, the poplar will
Car makers are getting to grips with ways of meeting the European Union’s directive on CO2 emissions. One way to meet the new target may be to make