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GERMANY

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GERMANY
Human - Enviromental Interaction
food - germans have no problem with getting food and it is not an issue compared to other countries

war- in germany in 2001 they fought in afghanistan with 54 men left

economy- germany is pretty wealthy it is the largest economy in europe

education - School is compulsory for all children living in Germany. Children normally start to attend school in the autumn of the year in which they turn 6. Compulsory education usually lasts until the end of the school year in which the child reaches the age of 18.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ War_in_Afganistan_(2001%E2%80%93present)

http://ww.siemens.de/jobs/schulabsolventen/information-parents/Documents/TextEltern_EN.pfd


connecting to the 10 critical world issues
Germany is located right here it is central north Europe.

It is north west of United Kingdom. Germany's population is 80,621,788 people that's alot of houses to build. their money rates is the largest economy in Europe its location is also south west of France.

Size: Germany's size is 357,168 km² in area and 137,810 square miles it is slightly smaller than the state of Montana

the currency : The sole currency of Germany has been the Euro since 2002. List. Currency, Area, Date created, Date abolished. Euro, Federal Republic of Germany, 1999

http://www.livescience.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_currency
GERMANY
dancing. now get up and dance
germany's culture includes
North of Germany has more water so that trees and plants can grow.they grow more in the north.
The north is also colder than the south. the south of Germany has more civilization like buildings, cars, population, etc and can risk getting polluted
http://jackbrianben.weebly.com/5-themes.html
people in Germany
people in Germany love dancing and festivals sausages with beer and loads of other things here is a woman from Germany interested in art and german culture she lives in Berlin. her name is Nisreen Naffa
physical characteristics

germany has many alps and rivers and
The Bavarian Alps, the highest mountains in Germany stretch across its southern border with Austria. Snow covered Zugspitze, Germany's highest point is found here.
they also have rivers like Rhine, Danube, Oder and Mosell. Germany also has beaches like the St Peters Ording
and Amrum.




http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rivers_of_Germany

http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/europe/germany/deland.htm
http://ww.youtube.com/watch?v=GOVVbzsMs

german language
ich komme aus Australien
i come from Australia
ich komme aus Deutschland

i come from Germany
ich lebe in einem Kulturhaus

i live in a cultural house
ich lebe in einem haus
i live in a house
Dankeschön für das Ansehen

make a wish foundation
Mission:
The mission of Make-A-Wish International is to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.

Vision:
We are dedicated to making every eligible child’s wish come true.

Values:
Our values serve as the map to attain our vision of granting the wish of every eligible child. They are a clear guide to our priorities and lead the way in everything we do.

http://worldwish.org/en/make-a-wish-story
Casper Stracke is 41 yrs old and is a visual artist he comes from Germany and is now living in New York


indigenous people
scandinavians originated from peoples in what is now northern Germany they are now longer in germany and do not excist they were here in the early years of germanys formation
Caspar Stracke is a prominent German-born interdisciplinary video artist who has lived and worked in New York City since 1993. His focus is in digital and media archeology. Before that Stracke worked in the field of experimental cinema. Stracke currently resides in Helsinki where he is Professor of Contemporary Art and the moving image KUVA Art Academy. Importantly, Stracke also teaches an intensive media philosophy summer seminar at the European Graduate School.

Caspar Stracke’s work is about architecture, urbanism, media archeology and the social aspects of cinema. Stracke’s films, videos and installation works have been shown internationally in numerous exhibitions, retrospectives and festivals throughout North America and South America, Europe and Asia. For instance, Stracke has has exhibitions at MoMA in New York City, at Yerba Buena in San Francisco; at the “Filmmuseum” of Frankfurt, Germany, at the “Reina Sofia” in Madrid, Spain, at the “Centre Pompidou” in Paris, France and at the “ZKM” in Karlsruhe in Germany.

more about Caspar Stracke
https://au.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090627013917AA0R5nU
http://www.egs.edu/faculty/caspar-stracke/biography/
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