Climate change affects all parts of the world, but Germany’s climate change could have affected it differently or in different ways. Germany is the third biggest producer of agricultural products in the European Union, so climate change in Germany can greatly affect people and agriculture. Once in Germany, 30 nuclear power plants had to cut back because of the shortage of cooling water. All areas of society should and are concerned about climate change. Climate change affects way more than agriculture, though. Germany’s climate can affect forestry, agriculture, and industry. Climate change in Germany also affects weather and season, even if Germany’s weather was already wild. Germany will be experiencing more humid winters and drier summers. Heat waves, just like the one in 2003, can be more common as climate change gets worse. Extreme weather events will occur more often and regularly with climate change. Because climate change can affect seasons, it also caused pollen season to be earlier, which is worse for people with allergies. Animals and plants are also becoming domestic in Germany with rising temperatures. Mosquitoes, like the Asian Tiger mosquito, which can transmit severe diseases. Other disease carriers can migrate more into Germany and Europe. A virus, like the Bluetongue virus, could’ve been caused by increasing climate. Climate change is starting a drought in Germany, which is bad for Germany’s reputation for being the 3rd biggest producer of agricultural products in the European Union. Water shortages really affect energy produces and agriculture. Climate change also affects the rainfall distributions, which affects how much drinking water people have access to. Humans in all are affected by climate change, and if people don’t take it seriously, it could get worse faster, but climate change will always happen, even if society tries to stop it, humans can only slow the process down.