The magazine for sustainability.
Are you climate hero material? Take part in the climate olympics and find out!
From a blessing to a curse: How plastic is threatening our health and our planet. And why 44 grams less will help.
Learn how well the internet knows you and
how you can protect your privacy.
How the internet of things will
change our lives. Profoundly.
Deutsche Telekom’s new “we care” label identifies
products and services that help protect the environment
or make a valuable contribution to society.
Participate, claim rights, get informed. More and more people use the internet for their political goals. With success.
You waste nine months of your life looking for parking spaces. That annoyance is finally over.
The house that thinks - and protects your bank account as well as the climate.
When your computer, smartphone or router goes wrong, it takes all the fun out of surfing the net. That is exactly what we want to stop.
How smart parking space help the ice bears. How to plant trees by surfing. How to become a climate hero.
Lack of space – The cloud is moving! The new accommodations will not only be larger but will be greener as well. And will also be recyclable if desired.
Bad air - cars cause great climate damage. But there are a few simply tricks that help protect the environment.
Who says the European Parliament is only interested in crooked cucumbers? Five laws from Europe and what they do for you.
It all began with bloody conflicts over power and dominance. And in fact democracy would have died out long ago. If it weren’t for...
Podcasts, news, apps – the internet offers extraordinary opportunities to get up to speed and get involved in politics – Berlin political scientist Tobias Kremkau puts few tools available in Germany under the microscope.
Ever greater numbers of people are participating in democratic processes via the internet. But fake news, bots and filter bubbles can so easily lead us down the wrong path.
Which “horse” would you bank on, if you had a choice? Classical democracy, as it used to be in the time before the internet, or digital democracy?
Commentators are saying the European elections to be held in May are going to be decisive for the future of the Union. 446 million people are facing a major crossroads.
How plastic is threatening our planet.
The Horten department store in Neuss handed out its first plastic bags in 1961. Since then, we can hardly imagine a world without plastic. But that is, in fact, what we should do!
Join the fight against plastic waste! It's really quite easy! Like 44 grams easy, to be exact.
There is more plastic hiding in the walls of your home than you think. Find out where! Click on everything that looks suspicious. On your marks, get set, go!
By 2050 there will be more plastic swimming in the oceans than fish. But a "manatee" has been cleared for action to combat this problem.
What does a plastic bottle have to do with a salmon filet? A lot, as it turns out. A quiz the way you like it.
A beginner’s diving course in six stages. And why even you should surf in the darknet.
Protect your privacy with these eight simple tips without becoming a digital outcast.
Google, Facebook & Co ask for a data striptease, and we comply without hesitation.
A world without privacy: Inconceivable or a blessing? The post-privacy movement under the microscope
To ensure that we can maintain our quality of life in the long term, we have to become a sustainable society now. The Internet of Things helps us on our way there.
Deutsche Telekom is working on the biggest network upgrade in the history of the company: the buildout for the 5G network. And it's more than just faster.
More and more fake news is spreading on the Internet. This article will put an end to all the tall tales. Honestly?
To save the world's climate, we need smart electricity. And a good fairy.
More and more people are falling victim to cybercrimes. That's why Deutsche Telekom is turning the network into your bodyguard...
Cape Town is running out of water. How a city is now fighting to protect every last drop of its water. And how a project by T-Systems South Africa has brought some hidden, unexpected water consumption to light.
The port of Hamburg is a place of longing. It’s also a place of efficency! Find out how this superlative trade center increasingly flawless every day.