- Geografi ; natur
; demografi ;
historie ; krige ; kultur ; kunst ; film
; musik ; politik ;
politiske partier ; forsvar ; fredsbevægelser ;
religion ; sociale forhold ; uddannelse ; økonomi og våbenhandel.
- Geography; Nature and climate; Demography; History; Wars;
Culture ; Art; Film; Music; Politics; Political parties ; Defense;
Peace movements; Religion; Social conditions ; Education ,
Economics and Arms trade.
- Geografie, Natur, Bevölkerung, Geschichte, Kriege, Kultur,
Politik, Verteidigung, Friedensbewegungen, Religion, Soziales,
Bildung, Wirtschaft und Waffenhandel.
- Géographie; Nature et climat; Démographie;
Guerres; Histoire; Culture ; La musique; Politique; Partis
politiques ; La défense; Mouvements de paix; Religion;
Conditions sociales ; Éducation; Économie et commerce
- Tyskland er medlem af / is a member of the World Meteorological
- Deutscher Klimaatlas,
- Klima i international lov / Climate in international law:
Germany: United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change:
Submitted National Communication.
- Germany's Seventh National Communication on Climate Change : A
report under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate
Change. / : Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature
Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), 2017.
This report presents German climate policies against the backdrop
of legislative, political and socio-economic conditions, explores
the effects of climate change and describes policies and measures
that have been initiated to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and
adapt to climate change. It also describes previous and projected
effects of those measures. Finally, it reports on financial
support, technology transfer, and activities in the field of
education, training and public awareness.
The areal mean of Germany's air temperature rose by about 1.4
degrees Celsius between 1881 and 2015. At a mean temperature of 9.9
degrees Celsius, 2015, along with 2000 and 2007, was the
second-hottest year ever recorded in Germany. The following changes
in precipitation have been observed in Germany: the areal mean
annual precipitation has increased by about 10 % since the late
19th century (1881). There are geographic and seasonal differences
in precipitation trends within Germany. For example, the increase
in annual precipitation is mostly limited to western Germany, while
the increase during the winter half-year in eastern Germany is
mostly offset by decreases in summer.
German industry as a whole was responsible for almost 21 % of the
country's greenhouse gas emissions in 2015. Emissions from
industrial processes are strongly linked to production levels.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are particularly indicative of the
economic trend for the mineral, chemicals and metal manufacturing
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