The Working Community of the Pyrenees (CTP) has created in 2010 the Pyrenees Climate Change Observatory (OPCC), within the aim of monitoring and thus having a better understanding of the phenomena of climate change as well as initiating studies and reflexions in the hope of identifying what actions are necessary to limit its impact and adapt to its effects.

First OPCC actions (2012-2014) have been developed by the CTP members and 11 partners, in the framework of the Operational Programme for Territorial Cooperation Spain-France-Andorra 2007-2013 - POCTEFA (OPCC-EFA 235/11 project). It benefits from pooled European funding (ERDF) equivalent to 65% of the total. The remaining 35% corresponds to the self-financed portion of the project from the CTP members and partners.

> OPCC : ‘Who are we?'
> OPCC-POCTEFA partners

The OPCC-POCTEFA project is articulated around:

thematiques FR
      > 5 major themes:
           - Climate
           - Water
           - Biodiversity
           - Forest
           - Natural risks
     > 2 transverse axes:
           - Remote sensing
           - Adaptation
     > an information access tool:
           - Geoportail

Actions carried out since 2012 have served to:
        -    Develop common methodologies and homogenization of data for the Pyrenees (see Actions)
        -    A set of indicators has been put together to better evaluate and track climate change phenomenon
        -    Carry out a study on climate change adaptation in the Pyrenees
        -    Contribute in positioning the Pyrenees as a European point of reference for considering and adapting to the effects of climate change

> Télécharger le bilan synthétique des actions du projet OPCC-POCTEFA.





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