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.
Coronavirus has been made worse by globalization. So what's to come? Deglobalization, and a return to thinking local? Or increased globalization as we develop more efficient means of communicating remotely?
The inhabitants of Wildpoldsried in southern Germany have installed solar panels on their roofs, built thermal power plants and set up a self-funded wind farm. They produce more energy than they need. They are living proof that change is possible.
Luisa Neubauer is the German face of Fridays For Future. Inspired by Greta Thunberg, she gets protesters out on the street to call for governments and the private sector to take action on climate change. Corporations need to do their part too.
We need to radically reduce our greenhouse gas emissions if we are to restrict global warming. What can each one of us do to reduce our impact on the planet? We take a look at the "dos and the don'ts" of sustainable living.
A former investment banker is working to preserve the rain forest in Borneo. It's both environmental protection and a business venture. He sells carbon credits to big polluters such as Volkswagen and Shell.
Malaysia's fast-growing economy is attracting increasing numbers of migrants from neighboring countries. Most of them work in low-qualified jobs under appalling conditions. A number of startups are helping to improve their situation.