– A week after heatwave, Bavaria receives snowfall (Sott.net, Sep 4, 2015):
From 30C to snow in under a week? It’s possible in Germany where seven centimetres of the white stuff fell at the top of the Bavarian Alps on Friday.
It might seem like summer was only last week in Germany – and that’s because it was.
With blazing sunshine and temperatures topping 30C over the weekend, the onset of winter couldn’t have been further from most Germans’ minds.
But in the Bavarian Alps, autumn has been skipped out altogether.
– Bayern tritt europäischem Netz gentechnikfreier Regionen bei (Top Agrar, April 24, 2014)
– Bavaria Signs Agreement to Go GMO Free (Sustainable Pulse, April 28, 2014):
Germany’s Bavaria region has become the 62nd GMO Free farming area in Europe. The Munich-based Bavarian Environment Minister Dr. Marcel Huber, signed the GMO Free agreement in Brussels, with the President of the European GMO Free network, Maura Malaspina, the Environment Minister for the Marche region of Italy.
Bavaria is the 62nd member of the network, which includes regions from nine EU Member States, including 18 regions of France, 13 regions from Italy and all the states of Austria.
The nuclear power plant Grafenrheinfeld in Lower Franconia
– Phase out nuclear: nuclear Grafenrheinfeld leaving early from the network (Die Zeit, March 28, 2014):
The energy company E.on takes the under Frankish nuclear power plant Grafenrheinfeld the end of May 2015 from the network – seven months earlier than planned by the federal government. This was announced by the energy company. A corresponding set-aside would display the company forward even on Friday the Federal Network Agency and the network operator Tennet. Apparently, the operation was hardly profitable.