Goose grass on the rise
The heat-loving goose grass is currently only found here in isolated cases. However, it is expected to spread further as a result of climate change.
Adaptation to climate change
Here you will find our information on adaptation to climate change, from soil to plants and animals to humans.
Bermuda grass benefits from rising temperatures
Bermuda grass is adapted to very warm conditions: At high temperatures, it grows exceptionally strongly and forms dense, carpet-like stands.
The codling moth likes it warm
The codling moth is a rather inconspicuous small butterfly. Nevertheless, its caterpillars are the most important pests in apple growing.
1st AGES Climate Day
We were looking for projects that promote climate protection or adaptation to climate change: At our Climate Day, four of the more than 30 projects submitted received awards.
The common datura has become an important weed in recent decades: The entire plant is highly toxic, and even a few specimens in a field can contaminate the entire crop.
Report Climate and Health
Climate change directly affects humans, plants, animals and soil. Our report summarizes AGES projects implemented along the interface of climate, health and food security to strengthen climate change…
Ragweed extends pollen season
The pollen of ragweed causes severe allergic reactions in sensitive people. Its late blooming period extends the pollen season into autumn
Asian hornet found near Austria
On 8/22/2023, the Asian hornet Vespa velutina was observed in Hungary near the Austrian border.