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britannica.comBlack Forest | mountain region, GermanyBlack Forest: Black Forest, mountain region, Baden-Württemberg Land (state), southwestern Germany, source of the Danube and Neckar rivers. It occupies an area of 2,320 square miles (6,009 square km) and extends toward the northeast for about 100 miles (160 km) from Säckingen on the Upper Rhine River (at the
britannica.comGermany - ReliefGermany - Relief: Geographically, the Central German Uplands form a region of great complexity. Under the impact of the Alpine orogeny, the planed-off remnants of the former Hercynian mountains were shattered and portions thrust upward to form block mountains, with sedimentary rocks preserved between them in lowlands and plateaus. The Central German Uplands may be divided into three main parts: a predominantly lowland country in the south, an arc of massifs and plateaus running from the Rhenish Uplands to Bohemia, and a fairly narrow northern fringe, composed of folded secondary rocks. In southern Germany Hercynian massifs are of restricted extent. The Black Forest
bloomberg.comA World With Fewer Babies Spells Economic TroubleForget the prophecies saying overpopulation will starve the planet. The human race is approaching the point where it’s no longer reproducing enough to expand the global headcount. In the world’s biggest economies -- the U.S., China, Japan and Germany -- it’s already happening or will soon. Economists say these countries could see slower economic growth unless they increase their working-age populations by accepting immigrants, possibly from regions with higher fertility rates, like parts of Asia
dw.comOpinion: Hambach Forest — just because it's legal doesn't make it right | DW | 17.09.2018The protest over a scrap of ancient forest in Germany is about much more than a few scraggly tree huggers. It's about the future of energy — and protection of the climate around the world, says DW's Sonya Diehn.1
omgnews.todayGermany to Reach Target of 1 Million Electric Cars Later than PlannedBERLIN (Reuters) Germany will likely have to delay its target of having 1 million electric vehicles on the road by two years to 2022, according to a government-sponsored report “Considering the current market dynamics, the 1 million target will likely shift to 2022,” the report by the German National Platform for Electric Mobility, which was …