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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Do carbon-neutral companies even exist?


Claiming to be climate-neutral or carbon-neutral is very fashionable right now for companies. But what's real and what's just marketing?


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How to make socks from CO2


There are companies making fabrics from CO2 as a contribution towards climate protection. But does it really help? What's behind the fancy technology, and what does it mean for the future of our planet?


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Super rich, super polluter


Climate injustice: while the poorer half of the world's CO2 emissions are line with the climate change target of 1.5 degrees Celcius, an Oxfam study says the super-rich are exceeding it 30 times over.


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The world's biggest carbon capture plant


In the battle against climate change, Iceland is building a system for filtering CO2 out of air.


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Can steel production be made greener?


Steel production is responsible for some 5% of global CO2 emissions. Modern electric arc furnaces can help reduce that. We visit a factory in western Germany to see one of the biggest of its kind in action.


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What a waste of energy!


Billions of kilowatt-hours go are wasted as people go about their everyday lives. Forgetting to switch off lights and keeping our devices on standby adds up. But analysts say that commercial consumption has the biggest potential when it comes to energy saving.


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The Moonbar: A rising star among snacks


Alina Schrainer was only 15 when she started a snack bar business with friends — during lockdown. Her idea has really taken off! The young startup has already sold 50,000 bars. Their aim is to produce as sustainably as possible. What makes them so successful?


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Sharing is caring about the environment


Borrowing tools from a shop or from neighbors — the sharing economy is well-established in Berlin. As well as helping borrowers save money, it saves resources and helps to protect the environment, too.


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What goes down at an e-car charging station?


Cruising along the highway... and suddenly your electric car's battery is out of juice. Recharging it will... take a while. But what happens at a charging station may be more exciting than you think!


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Big Oil is obsessed with your carbon footprint


"Reduce your carbon footprint!" Does that sound familiar? At the moment, it seems as if people never stop telling us that — even the biggest culprits: fossil fuel companies! Crazy, right? So, how guilty should you feel about your individual emissions?


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