Web specials - informative and interactive
Climate protection and biodiversity conservation up close
Does climate change affect our health? What are the consequences of the trade in wild animals? How are megacities getting ready for the future? DW's multimedia web specials tackle these and many more climate and environment questions — always with a focus on solutions.
Stories to transport you
Whether you're using a smartphone, tablet or PC, we'll take you on a journey. We visit people in Africa, Asia and Latin America and show you what the climate and environmental crises mean for them and their families. The stories are personal, arresting and often moving.
But our web specials aren't just about humans. We also turn the lens on animals and their habitats. We accompany an orphaned orangutan as she faces the trials and tribulations of the jungle school where she learns to find her way in the wild again. At the same time, we meet the people fighting the causes and consequences of extinction, environmental destruction and climate change. Our multimedia report on conservation in times of war shows just how difficult such work can be.
Global ideas for a better world
Our multimedia specials are the ideal platform for shining a light on all sides of an issue. We don't want to leave our readers feeling desolate or helpless when they've finished browsing stories. We show that solutions to suffering exist.
Watch, listen, read
We tell stories using videos, photos, text and graphic elements. While we want to document and inform, we also want to create a conversation.
Deutsche Welle, Global Ideas and the IKI
Deutsche Welle (DW) is a German public broadcaster financed by federal taxes. As an independent and international media company, DW broadcasts news and opinion worldwide in 30 languages.
The materials in the DW webspecials are mostly based on journalistic content from its ‘Global Ideas’ series. Global Ideas is all about projects focusing on climate action and biodiversity conservation that offer best-practice solutions and which can inspire others to take action themselves.
Global Ideas is funded as part of the International Climate Initiative (IKI).