November 15th, 2015

A letter from Germany NO.4

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   “We are now on the third day of Germany field work. In the morning, we visited Waldhauses, a passive house build in 2008 as a main place for forest education. About 30,000 people visit this place from all over the world in a year. We learned in this house that as a result of forest education in Freiburg, the number of wolves have been back, which thought to be extinct, and also learned that mushrooms had worked an important role in forest preservation.
In the afternoon, we went to Eco station. This center was built in 1985, as a place to learn and research about environmental protection, animals, insects, and plants. Surprisingly, this place is used as a party room of weddings and others too. We collected some living things from pond and watched many kinds of herbs. We also listened a story about food problem. The message was very impressive and made us think deeply. “Since human beings put high priority on efficiency when developing, many foods extinct. But in the dead species, there might have been a food which has an ability to endure global warming” or “preventing diversity is a best way to keep environment stabilize””

 
 
 
 


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