Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

In a rapidly changing world, MADE in Germany examines the risks and benefits of digitalization and its impact on the way we work, what we earn and how we live. The program also investigates the ethics of business, and showcases young entrepreneurs who are redefining the workplace. Instead of just crunching the numbers, MADE delves deeper into issues and also explores the emotional side to stories.

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Electric ride: Motorbikes enter the future


Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire electric motorbike lacks the classic Harley sound. But can it hold its own against up and coming Zero and its electric bike SR/S? We find out!


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Could blind-spot assist cut cycling deaths?


Every year thousands of cyclists around the globe die in traffic. Often, truck drivers fail to see cyclists when turning at junctions. For years, there have been calls for blind-spot assistance technology to be made compulsory. Is it the solution?


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Late to the game: VW takes on Tesla


Tesla has spearheaded the development of electric mobility. For a long time, the world’s largest automaker - Volkswagen - was content to stand by and watch. Now the group is playing catchup, pledging to switch increasingly to all-electric.


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The inner city of the future is car-free!


Green and car-free, that's what many would like for our inner cities. Parts of Copenhagen and Barcelona are already there. But we don’t just need more pedestrian zones. Tomorrow’s cities should be places where we shop, work and live.


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Farmers’ protests in India and Germany


For six months now, thousands of Indian farmers have been besieging Delhi with a protest camp. Their colleagues in Germany also stage regular demonstrations in central Berlin. We hear why they all feel mistreated by their governments.


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Is the reforestation of the rainforest possible?


10 years ago 74 members of the UN set themselves an enormous task: to restore 3.5 million km2 of the world’s rainforests by 2030. But how exactly will that be possible?


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What is a circular economy?


We tend to throw an awful lot of things away. They end up in landfill or are incinerated. This is not good for the environment. But many products could be designed to be reused or recycled or become the raw materials for other products.


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Is marine plastic really from the sea?


Big companies look virtuous when they say they make products from plastic recovered from the oceans. Another reason to buy, say, Adidas shoes or Coca-Cola in recycled bottles. Our reporter has found that it is not what it seems to be.


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Wood use rising for tower blocks


Most urban building still involves concrete – and the cement industry accounts for three times more CO2 emissions than commercial aviation. How about climate-neutral wood? Berlin is home to a growing number of buildings using the natural material.


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Road congestion - and learning from ants


Traffic jams cost us time and money. Ant highways are also super-busy – but clearly run a lot smoother. Those insect insights could be translated into better traffic conditions in the human world.


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