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PYRADAPT 2017 CAST35 experts from five nationalities will analyze the impacts of climate change on mountain areas along 22 oral communications and one round table during the 2nd International Colloquium on Climate Change in Mountain Areas, PYRADAPT 2017, organized by the OPCC, on the 7th and 8th November 2017 in Biarritz, France.

How changed the climate of the Pyrenees in recent decades? How are those changes affecting forests, pastures, flora and lakes? And tourism and other socio-economic sectors? The Colloquium will try to find answers to these questions. Climate, mountain hydrology or citizen science are some of the topics that will be addressed on November 8 during this event, while on November 7, as a preamble of the colloquium, there will be a cinemaforum with a climate change documentary projection followed by an open debate session.

The Colloquium has already more than 90 registered participants; people interested in attending the colloquium can formalize inscriptions and download the full programme on the PYRADAPT 2017 website: https://pyradapt.wordpress.com/english-version/
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The Pyrenees Climate Change Observatory organizes a participatory workshop focused on the impacts of climate change on mountain tourism in the frame of the 17th summer school of the University of Girona. The workshop aims to present current updated evidences of the impacts of climate change on mountain tourism, to illustrate some of the adaptation strategies being implemented in the Pyrenees, to capture the perception of the sector on the effects of main impacts and to identify a set of possible adaptation alternatives through participatory dynamics.

The workshop will take place in the Graus Hall, at the  University of Letters of Girona on 21 and 22 September.

With this first workshop starts the series of participatory workshops foreseen in the OPCC2 project, whose general objective is to contrast the main climate change challenges with the key socioeconomic sectors of the. We hope to see you there!

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Dowload the programme: here

The Pyrenees Climate Change Observatory organizes a participatory workshop focused on the impacts of climate change on mountain tourism in the frame of the 17th summer school of the University of Girona. The workshop aims to present current updated evidences of the impacts of climate change on mountain tourism, to illustrate some of the adaptation strategies being implemented in the Pyrenees, to capture the perception of the sector on the effects of main impacts and to identify a set of possible adaptation alternatives through participatory dynamics.

The workshop will take place in the Graus Hall, at the  University of Letters of Girona on 21 and 22 September.

With this first workshop starts the series of participatory workshops foreseen in the OPCC2 project, whose general objective is to contrast the main climate change challenges with the key socioeconomic sectors of the. We hope to see you there!

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