Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Solling-Beech-Tree-Forest-in-Germany-27MZIFV6WBCA.htmlConceptually similarSolling Beech Tree Forest in GermanyGP04FD8Completed★★★★Solling Beech Tree Forest in GermanyGP04FD5Completed★★★★Solling Beech Tree Forest in GermanyGP04FD6Completed★★★★Solling Beech Tree Forest in GermanyGP04FCHCompleted★★★★Solling Beech Tree Forest in GermanyGP04FCICompleted★★★★Solling Beech Tree Forest in GermanyGP04FCJCompleted★★★★Solling Beech Tree Forest in GermanyGP04FCKCompleted★★★★Solling Beech Tree Forest in GermanyGP04FCLCompleted★★★★Solling Beech Tree Forest in GermanyGP04FCMCompleted★★★★View AllGP04FD7Solling Beech Tree Forest in GermanySolling beech tree forest, East of Amelith, (Lower Saxony) in autumn. This area of the Solling was mapped by Greenpeace activists in November 2012.In original language:Solling BuchenwaldBuchenwald im Solling (Niedersachsen), oestlich Amelith, im Herbst. Dieses Waldgebiet wurde von Greenpeace im November 2012 katographiert.Locations:Europe-Germany-Lower SaxonyDate:20 Nov, 2012Credit:© Klaus Radetzki / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5104px X 3344pxKeywords:Autumn-Beech trees-Day-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-KWCI (GPI)-Landscapes-Outdoors-TreesShoot:Solling Beech Tree Forest in GermanyGreenpeace activists mapped the Solling beech tree forest (Lower Saxony) in autumn. They documented the tree population of beeches and oaks older than 140 years as well as logging and clearcuts in the area. Activists measure the extent and diameter of trees and use GPS technology for the monitoring of the ecologically valuable old trees. Greenpeace demands that logging in public forests is immediately stopped in all deciduous forests with beech trees older than 140 years, until an agreement is made to protect 10 percent of the German public forests from any forestry uses.