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Swiss and Egyptian designers share sustainable fashion expertise
Five young Swiss and Egyptian designers present the results of their recent sustainable fashion residency organised in Zurich and Cairo.
Clear ‘yes’ to the climate change law
Our reporters were on the ground at the pro and contra camps when the first projection of the vote on the climate law was announced.
How we work: story criteria
How are topics selected at SWI swissinfo.ch? And what are these "beats"? Our Editor-in-Chief Mark Livingston answers your questions.
Youth parliaments are also a platform for integration
Swiss youth parliaments are open to any youth even if they aren't allowed to participate in Swiss democracy.
Let’s Talk: What next after the Credit Suisse debacle?
The Let’s Talk debate webcast examines the implications of the Credit Suisse failure for Switzerland and its financial centre.
How we work: debates
In this video, Veronica DeVore, our head of audience, explains our debates and why we chose this format to interact with you.
Sci & Tech
Decoding the human brain in Davos
Artificial intelligence chatbots like ChatGPT generate remarkably human-like results. But how intelligent is it really?
The sustainable fashion scene in Geneva
Lots of shops are selling second-hand clothes and clothes made of recycled materials. The only problem is finding them, says Katia Vladimirova.
How we work: the JTI certificate
You, our readers, asked us questions about how we work. In this video, Veronica DeVore explains what the “JTI certificate” stands for.
Why is your favourite chocolate getting more expensive?
The cost of raw materials used to make chocolate has gone up and even the cheapest chocolate treats have become dearer.
Swiss neutrality: is it passé?
Is the Swiss model of neutrality still tenable? We put it up for discussion with experts Katja Gentinetta and Sacha Zala.
The Swiss Miracle: Food
Heard of Cenovis or Malakoffs? A surplus of milk and a penchant for experimentation have given birth to unique delicacies.
Alexei Venediktov: My words carry more weight if I stay in Moscow
Despite threats, former Echo of Moscow editor-in-chief Alexei Venediktov is still working and reporting in Moscow.
Switzerland Says Sorry! The Crypto Valley Gold Rush
In our satirical video format, Swiss comedian Patrick Karpiczenko apologises for Switzerland’s handling of cryptocurrencies.
How did the Swiss become so rich?
How did the small mountainous country become one of the wealthiest in the world? This SRF documentary examines some of the possible factors.
The crash of Swissair flight 111
A film looking at the Swissair flight 111 crash off Nova Scotia, the worst accident in Swiss civil aviation history.
Let’s Talk: the future of Crypto Nation Switzerland
Can Switzerland succeed in its ambitions to become a leading global hub for cryptocurrency and blockchain industries?
The circular economy: a new way of making and using things
Switzerland is good at collecting and recycling materials. But various hurdles stand in the way of developing a circular economy in other sectors.
Happy as an invasive clam?
Could harvesting invasive species be a solution? Our reporter went Asian clam digging and cooked up her catch.
Switzerland says sorry! The fondue invasion
Swiss comedian and director Patrick Karpiczenko apologises for the Cheese Union, a mafia-like cartel that has flooded the world with cheese.
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