Klaus Töpfer had already found his calling before he saw people in Kenya trying to make food grow in poor, dry earth.
His field is the environment
How Germany gets it power is about to radically change. The Berlin government’s recent decision to unplug all nuclear power stations is creating a
Despite South Korea’s Pyeongchang being viewed by many as the hot favourite to host the 2018 Winter Olympics, Munich’s bid has steadily made ground
100.000 Poles are preparing their suitcases, maybe more. They want to work in Germany. They have the right to do so, now. Because the seven years
The first years of a child’s life are when the brain does most growing. So early education is crucial, and can lay the foundations of personal and
Solar panels are becoming an increasingly cheap and efficient way to produce electricity.
At a research centre near Frankfurt, scientists are
Adri Hartveld is reinventing the running shoe.
The Dutch entrepreneur has developed a radical new design, now being tested at Staffordshire
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The West, for him is an idea, an idea of liberty and democracy a concept that Germany failed to grasp until almost too late. Heinrich August Winkler
Germany’s cabinet has agreed an 80 billion euro austerity plan intended to slash the country’s budget deficit over the next four years.
It was a
Jonas Kaufmann is the star of international opera houses who has won acclaim for his voice and interpretation of leading roles.
Critics hailed the