Klaus Sieg writes about agriculture and food, the environment, energy, the economy and social issues. He is based in Hamburg.
Millions of Europeans now commute by e-bike, a mobility revolution carefully cultivated by governments and employers.
When his lettuce survived an early frost, Wolfgang Palme realized he’d discovered how to grow vegetables all winter long. Now he wants you to do it too.
At a forensics lab in Germany, a team of sleuths is busting illegal timber traffickers and keeping our forests safe.
A chain of German supermarkets is selling expired yogurt, mislabled jam and chocolate Santas in July. Is this the grocery store of the future?
Like a mirage, an ethereal woodland kingdom rises from the Egyptian sands to fight desertification