Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Change-Impact-Austria---Bark-Beetle-infestation-27MZIFJ8QQYYW.htmlConceptually similarClimate Change Impact Austria - Bark Beetle infestationGP0STU09FCompleted★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - Bark Beetle infestationGP0STU09JCompleted★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - Bark Beetle infestationGP0STU09GCompleted★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - Bark Beetle infestationGP0STU09HCompleted★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - Bark Beetle infestationGP0STU099Completed★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - Bark Beetle infestationGP0STU093Completed★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - Bark Beetle infestationGP0STU095Completed★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - Bark Beetle infestationGP0STU098Completed★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - Bark Beetle infestationGP0STU09ACompleted★★★★★★View AllGP0STU09DClimate Change Impact Austria - Bark Beetle infestationBark beetle is causing massive forest damages in Austria. The bark beetle is mainly attacking the spruce trees. They make up a big part of the Austrians forests, as the spruce is a fast-growing and economic attractive tree. But the spruce is highly affected by climate change. It can't adapt to the high temperatures and heatwaves and gets, therefore, more vulnerable to pests like the bark beetle. Forest rangers have to keep track of the damage and fell trees as soon as they are infested. Location: Oberösterreich, AustriaLocations:Austria-EuropeDate:17 Aug, 2019Credit:© Mitja Kobal / GreenpeaceLatitude:48°29'5.64"NMaximum size:6720px X 4480pxLongitude14°28'43.98"EKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Climate change impacts-Day-Deforestation-Forests (topography)-KWCI (GPI)-Men-One person-Outdoors-Spruce trees-TreesShoot:Climate Change Impact in AustriaDuring August, 2019, GP Austria went to document all the state counties and the impact climate change has already had. From the Alpine pastures, to melting glaciers, to deep woodland, flatland, farm lands to the cities. Effects of climate change are already seen, and here are some of the effects in Austria.