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Germany: Climate change in a small village

By DW
10 September 2022   |   4:33 pm
The Russian threats don't worry the residents of Feldheim. Heat and electricity here come from wind and biogas plants — inexpensive and climate-neutral. DW visits a village with endless energy, and no worries.

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