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  • Young Germans are losing interest in the environment
  • Young Germans are losing interest in the environment
    Tatters (2012) ©
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Young Germans are losing interest in the environment

Germany has long been at the forefront of ecological reforms. In turn, these issues have often been listed among the most important priorities of young Germans. But in recent years, fears over economic security and issues of community have surpassed the environment as a major concerns.

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