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HEI conflict:Germany’s speed limit, 178 MPH, is contributing to the growing pollution crisis.Pollution is a growing crisis in Germany and the speed limit is only making it worse.The speed limit isn’t the only cause to the pollution, but it is one of the main contributers.Due to the amount of Carbon Dioxide being produced while going at such a fast speed, there is way more Carbon Dioxide in the air than there should be. HEI solution: The government proposed solution to this problem is to cut down the speed limit to seventy five mph.A few million tons of carbon dioxide will be saved by just cutting down the speed limit.Less expensive than other proposed solutions.Germany should make an investment on hybrid cars because it doesn’t use gas, it uses electricity. This is an expensive solution, but it is worth it for the environment. If the hybrid cars and the cut speed limit both go into play in Germany, then the pollution rate will go down immensely and there will be a lot of benefits. CC Conflict:Many people in Germany are expected to be homeless and are homeless.Ther percentage of people becoming homeless is expected to rise to 1.2 million peopleAs said by the Federal Homelessness Association1.1 people have immigrated to Germany, making it hard to find shelter. Half the people who are homeless in Germany are immigrants.The number of people living in shelters is expected to rise by 40 percent. CC Solution:There is no direct government proposed solution to this problem. The german government should stop letting so many immigrants into GermanyThe homelessness number will only rise if they keep letting people inGermany should make a non profit organization to help the homeless people in needBuild shelters for themBuild homes for themTake care of their basic necessitiesThe non profit organization would encourage people to come support the homeless and donate things likeWaterFoodBlanketsNecessities LocationAbsolute location: 51.1657° N, 10.4515° ERelative location: Germany is located in both the eastern and northern hemispheres. Germany is in central Europe. PlacePhysical characteristics of Germany include the Alps, Lake Constance, and the Black ForestSome cultural traditions and traits include some of the original christian holidays, which include:Christmas, which is the celebration of the birth of Jesus ChristEaster, which is the celebration of Jesus Christ’s resurrection. German Unification//The day, which is celebrated on October 3rd, recognizes the coming together of west and east Germany. This is the only federal holidayOktoberfest is a big beer dash in GermanyIt starts on a Saturday in September and usually lasts for sixteen to eighteen days. It ends on the first Sunday in  the month of October. RegionThe region that Germany is located in is Europe70 percent of Germany follows the Christian religion. The Ethnic makeup of Germany is as follows:88.2 percent is German3.4 percent is Turkish1 percent is Italian.7 percent is Greek5.5 percent is other. Human Environment InteractionThe natural resources of Germany include:Timber, coal, arable land, nickel, and salt. The people of the country has influenced the country by the immense amount of industrialization being taken place. Germany had the worst air, ground, and water pollution out of all the countries in Europe.Many acts have been taken place to try and solve the pollution issuePetrol Lead Concentration ActFederal Emission Protection ActEffluency Levies ActThe Environment Influences the lives of people by:Increases the risk for respiratory asthma and illnessMore exposure to ground ozone, which exposes to for 7 hours, can decrease normal healthy lung function. MovementMajor exports of Germany includeCarsVehicle partsMachineryMajor imports of Germany includeCarsComputersCrude petroleum Five Fun Facts!If someone escapes from prison, it is not punishable by law. College education is free, even for internationals.Smoking is banned in some places, but drinking is legal wherever. Germany has a law where they have a say in what babies are named. The law states that the name has to denote a gender or use a family name as the first name. Germany was the first country to adopt daylight savings time. ReligionGermany’s main religion is Christanity. TraditionsBirthdaysInvitations are sent to other childrenParents set up the partyJust like America, the birthday song is sung with candles.FuneralsThe ceremony takes place 3 to 4 days after the person passesThe priests are dressed in black and violet robesThe priests sprinkle the coffin with holy waterPriest gives a short speech. EconomyGDP (PPP)3.8 trillionOne and a half percent growthCapitalBerlinLanguageThe main language of Germany is GermanNinety five percent of the population speaks German. Physical FeaturesMajor Landforms:Harz MountainsWooded Rothaargebirge MountainsRhine River ValleyNortheren European PlainFlat, lowland terrainMostly used as farmlandNorth Sea CoastlineLowWetMudflatsVariety of islands