Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Waterfall-in-the-Black-Forest-27MZIFV5TJDX.htmlConceptually similarWaterfall in the Black ForestGP04HOICompleted★★★★Stream through Woodland Black ForestGP04HMVCompleted★★★★Stream in the Black ForestGP04HOOCompleted★★★★Fallen Tree in the Black ForestGP04HMZCompleted★★★★Lakes in Black ForestGP04HN1Completed★★★★Firs and Beech Trees in Black ForestGP04HNDCompleted★★★★Firs in the Black ForestGP04HNUCompleted★★★★Fallen Trees in Black ForestGP04HMWCompleted★★★★Fallen Trees in Black ForestGP04HMXCompleted★★★★View AllGP04HOGWaterfall in the Black ForestLush vegetation alongside a waterfall. Southern area: Gottschlaegstal, Edelfrauengrab Wasserfaelle.In original language:Wasserfall im SchwarzwaldUeppige Vegetation am Edelfrauengrab Wasserfall. Gottschlaegstal.Locations:Baden-Württemberg-Black Forest-Europe-GermanyCredit:© Luis Scheuermann / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4288px X 2848pxKeywords:Day-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-Green-KWCI (GPI)-Landscapes-Moss (plant)-Nature-Outdoors-Plants-Streams-Trees-Water-WoodlandShoot:Black Forest in GermanyGreenpeace asks for the constitution of a National Park in the Schwarzwald (Black Forest). Baden-Wuerttemberg does not have a designated large nature reserve for the forest. Only in a National Park can rare animals and plants thrive undisturbed. In large uncultivated reserves the forests can regulate themselves and acclimatise appropriately. Particularly older and well established forests can absorb and store CO2 effectively.