Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Change-Impact-Austria---Cracking-permafrost-27MZIFJ8QLNK9.htmlConceptually similarClimate Change Impact Austria - Cracking permafrostGP0STU0AACompleted★★★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - Cracking permafrostGP0STU0ABCompleted★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - Cracking permafrostGP0STU0ACCompleted★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - Cracking permafrostGP0STU0ADCompleted★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - Cracking permafrostGP0STU0AFCompleted★★★★Forests Planet der Walder Book 2000GP0Q9VCompleted★★★★Climate Campaign Glacier Gurschenfirn in SwitzerlandGP02JL8Completed★★★★★★Climate Campaign Glacier Gurschenfirn in SwitzerlandGP02JL9Completed★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - GlaciersGP0STTZFJCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP0STU0A9Climate Change Impact Austria - Cracking permafrostDue to climate change permafrost areas, especially in the Alps, are melting. Permafrost has the important function of keeping mountains stable. At the weather station Sonnblick this had already severe consequences: Already 10 years ago structural measures hand to be taken by building concrete blocks to prevent the mountain and therefore the observatory from falling apart. Location: Sonnblick, Salzburg, AustriaLocations:Austria-EuropeDate:17 Aug, 2019Credit:© Mitja Kobal / GreenpeaceMaximum size:6720px X 4480pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Climate change impacts-KWCI (GPI)-Observation towersShoot: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.