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For years, German Eco has served as a useful source to those seeking inspiration, help, or advice. I finally decided to own that role and be intentional about it. I started sharing  Sustainability passions, my thoughts, and curious wonderings about our world. I founded German Eco.Com with a mission to give others a taste of what goes on in the German 'Eco' World, and I have been at it ever since. Take some time to explore the content, read or watch something interesting, and feel free to reach out if you would like to collaborate on a project together. Danke,:

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'TO PUBLISH UP TO DATE GERMAN ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION, TO ADVANCE ALL INDUSTRIES TO A SUSTAINABLY VIABLE FUTURE!'

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Video  No 1

The perfect coffee – fair trade and sustainable | DW Documentary

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DW Documentary

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Germans love coffee, and the country doesn't really wake up without it. But is it sustainably produced and fairly traded? Not really. This documentary investigates efforts to improve the situation.

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Germany's sustainability benchmark - Building A Better Future

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WorldGreenBuildingCouncil

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The German Sustainable Building Council has developed its own global sustainability standard (the DGNB system) which focuses on the entire life cycle of a building project, from design to demolition, and places equal emphasis on the environment, people and commercial viability. One of the buildings to be awarded the gold standard is Skaio in Heilbronn - a ten-storey building made entirely from timber. #BuildingABetterFuture

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Sustainable Travel in Berlin and Eberswalde | Sustainable Tourism | How Do We Want to Travel? Thankyou (Under 11 Min Video)

DW Travel

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Sustainable travel in Berlin and Eberswalde: How does sustainability work in the German capital and what does the industrial culture of a town nearby have to do with tourism? How do we want to travel, how do we want to live? Join travel guide Lukas Stege as he sets off to find out — on his bicycle.

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