Welcome to Germany!
In Germany, the "Land of Ideas", we place major emphasis on education, science, research and development. This makes Germany one of the most popular countries in which to study, as well as a site for state-of-the art research and patent development. With its high quality of life, good infrastructure and central location in Europe, Germany is one of the world's most attractive bases for business. Its beautiful urban and rural landscapes, combining age-old traditions and experimental modern culture, make a trip to Germany a unique experience.
Germany has something for everyone, so why not pay us a visit?
On 13 November 2013, German Ambassador Josef Beck handed over a new solar photovoltaic power system to Father Ho Lung of the Missionaries of the Poor for their "Lord's Place Home" in Kingston, one of ...
The Nagoya Protocol is dealing with the access to genetic resources and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from research and development activities and commercialisation of derived products.
From 22 until 28 September 2013, nine representatives of national governments, regional organizations and public utilities from the Caribbean visited Germany upon the invitation of the German Government to get a first-hand impression of climate, energy and environmental policy.
Study Tour on Renewable Energy & Climate Change in Germany
50 German municipalities and their partner municipalities in developing countries will develop joint programmes for action on climate change mitigation and adaptation by 2015. These programmes and a specific municipal climate partnership between the cities will define specific targets and measures for climate change mitigation and adaptation, and identify the resources required. The cities of Portmore and Hagen established one of those 50 partnerships.
On 3 October 2013, German Ambassador Josef Beck and his wife Gudrun Beck held a well attended National Day Reception at their residence in Kingston celebrating the 23rd anniversary of the German Unifi...
German Ambassador Josef Beck and Foreign Minister Arnold J. Nicholson
German Ambassador Josef Beck, Jermaine "Tuffy" Anderson, Winfried Schäfer and Foreign Minister Arnold J. Nicholson
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Arnold J. Nicholson and Gudrun Beck
Ambassador Beck, Vivian Crawford, Gudrun Beck
National Day Reception 2013
Winfried Schäfer, Captain Horace Burrell, Ambassdor Beck, Jermaine "Tuffy" Anderson
German Ambassador Josef Beck, Marigold Harding and Oswald Harding
How is Germany seen around the world?
Germany is seen in a very positive light worldwide. According to a survey conducted by the British broadcaster BBC, Germany’s reputation around the world is second to none. And in the Nation Brands Index 2012, a global survey ranking 50 countries in terms of their attractiveness, Germany has once again taken second place.
The first Government monitoring report entitled “Energy of the future” shows that Germany’s Energiewende – the transformation of its energy system – is on course.
As part of the “Energy of the future” monitoring process, the German Government takes stock of progress made with the Energiewende each year.
Energiewende in Germany