Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Change-Impact-Austria---Glaciers-27MZIFJ85WVFW.htmlConceptually similarClimate Change Impact Austria - GlaciersGP0STTZFJCompleted★★★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - GlaciersGP0STTZFLCompleted★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - GlaciersGP0STTZFMCompleted★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - GlaciersGP0STTZFOCompleted★★★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - GlaciersGP0STTZFQCompleted★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - GlaciersGP0STTZFRCompleted★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - GlaciersGP0STTZFSCompleted★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - GlaciersGP0STTZFTCompleted★★★★Climate Change Impact Austria - GlaciersGP0STTZFUCompleted★★★★★★★View AllGP0STTZFPClimate Change Impact Austria - GlaciersSchlatenkees (innergschlöss)Lost 67 meters of depth.The Glacier has a lot of narrowing, and therefore the ice supply is cut and affected more than others by withdrawal.89 from 93 glaciers in Austria are retreating. The alpine glaciers have lost 50% of their ice in the last 100 years due to rising temperatures and different patterns in rain and snowfall. It does not matter so much how much snow falls each winter, but when. And recently, snow comes much later in the year and therefore it has no time to settle in the ice, instead it melts, which causes a chain-reaction as the melting of new snow carves the way through the glacier and speeds up the melting of the glacier itself.This is affecting the water deposit in the Alps as well as the tourism sector.Locations:Alps-Austria-Europe-Sölden-TyrolDate:17 Aug, 2019Credit:© Mitja Kobal / GreenpeaceLatitude:47°6'50.04"NMaximum size:5464px X 3640pxLongitude12°24'25.2"EKeywords:Beauty-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Climate change impacts-Day-Glacier melt-Glaciers-Ice-KWCI (GPI)-Landscapes-Mountains-Nature-Outdoors-Research-SnowShoot: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.