Architects, urban planners and other experts from around the world explored some of the ideas emanating from Germany.
Essen in the Ruhr region is to bear the title, awarded by the European Commission, in 2017.
Picturesque towns, cultural landscapes like Potsdam with its palaces, forests and waterways characterise the Havelland region.
Protection of the seas and oceans is the central focus of the Year of Science 2016*17.
For the year 2016 nature conservation organisations have once again selected individual species as “Plants of the Year”.
For the year 2016 nature conservation organisations have once again selected individual species as “Animals of the Year”.
The Entdecke DE series takes you on a tour through Germany. This time we go in search of wild animals. A selection.
Over 160 years ago, two men in Germany developed a social form of business: the cooperative.
Germany’s division and reunification have also had consequences for nature – as demonstrated, for example, by the Green Belt.