Forests are one of the most important resources on earth. That is why Germany is working internationally to protect them.
If you know these amazing facts, you will be able to have a say in any discussion about the German forest.
Drought and bark beetles are harming forests in Germany. Spruce forests in particular are affected. What can we do about it?
Naturally enchanting: we present eight natural wonders in Germany that are so breathtakingly beautiful you will immediately want to visit them.
Topic of the week: Biodiversity
Wolves and lynx are at home again in Germany – and there is hope for the permanent return of elk, bison and bear.
Topic of the week: biodiversity
Seals, bats and migratory birds: three examples show how Germany works with its European partners to protect animals.
Is the air in Germany really that good? Read here how much truth there is in this cliché and what German cities are doing about it.
German cities are getting fit for the future with their international partners. A focus on three cooperation projects.
The German Centres for Research and Innovation (DWIH) are present around the world and are also investigating the future of cities.
Many people feel that car-free inner cities enhance the quality of life and are healthier. Find out here about the situation in Germany.
The Covid-19 pandemic is changing transport and people’s lives in the city. Three examples from Germany.