Where Germany Really Is Green by Funke Media Group
The Green Party is on the road to success. In the European elections, they got a phenomenal result in Germany. But choosing Green doesn't always mean living ecologically. Less rubbish, more green electricity, or more bicycle use: the maps show where Germany is particularly green - nationwide and among Green Party voters.
Since the data on waste consumption or green electricity per city do not yet provide any information on the actual behaviour of green voters, each map has a "Green glasses" button that hides all cities in which the Greens have not achieved above-average results. This allows readers to see how ecological the cities are in which an above-average number of voters voted for the Green Party. A final element shows the ranking of the greenest cities with which one's own city can be compared.