It is not so bad. If you look at it closely, it may even be great. The weather in Germany. After all, the German Weather Service in 2014 counts on average 1600 hours of sunshine. Arkona on Rügen on the Baltic Sea this up to 2030 hours and therefore can easy compete with the sunny mildness of Lake Garda. And then this summer 2015. For weeks, the sun shone, as if you were on the Adriatic or on the beach of Elafonisi. Weather conditions, the own autograph cards deserved, we would not be in Germany. Here you can enjoy a matter of principle rather than overjoyed and grateful to all the sunny delight but nitpicks our power to around. “Too hot!” To “dry” and then all the mosquitoes and wasps that grew so splendidly in the heat. The weather could make an effort, as it was – it was again what it is usually: a single, large Nörgelwettbewerb. Listening to namely, the weather is always missing that vital piece fortunately. No matter how good it is. For grilling it could be warmer, for the Christmas spirit one misses the time for the December 24 delivered snow, for the garden, it could rain more. Of course, only at night, when it not disturbing, and it rains only three times in six weeks, it is called “typical German summer!”.
Trashing was yesterday, recycling is the future. “Upcycling” is the new trend. What sounds exciting, there are actually some time: old or discarded things get a new feature and are thus upgraded. For example? Flip-flops from car tires, bags PET bottles, chairs made of pallets. In many developing countries Upcycling is an everyday occurrence. And in Germany the older generations have witnessed bike locks were made of power cables in the postwar years, for example – according to the motto: “Necessity is the mother of invention”.
New function for an old product