The July newsletter of the OPCC has arrived with fresh news! First of all, we are pleased to announce the dates for the 3rd International Colloquium on Climate Change in Mountain Areas PYRADAPT 2019. On this occasion we are launching a call for good practices in climate change adaptation in the Pyrenees, feel free to send us yours!
Save the date: The OPCC organizes the 3rd International Colloquium on climate change in mountain areas
The OPCC launches a call for good climate change adaptation practices in the Pyrenees
The OPCC had the opportunity to get closer with citizens during EcoPiriDay
3rd International Colloquium on Climate Change in Mountain Areas
Good ecological restoration practices in the Pyrenees
In this April newsletter we would like to highlight two milestones that have undoubtedly marked a crossroads on the Observatory's trajectory and international visibility. In November, the OPCC published the report - Climate Change in the Pyrenees: Impacts, Vulnerabilities and Adaptation - with an impressive media coverage. We also took part in a Side event on climate change in mountain areas organised by the United Nations in New York. This and much more in our newsletter!
The OPCC invited to speak at the UN side event “Tackling climate change in the Pyrenees region”
New OPCC2 report: Climate change in the Pyrenees: impacts, vulnerabilities and adaptation Knowledge bases for the future strategy of adaptation to climate change in the Pyrenees
Conclusions from the OPCC2 conference on climate change and natural risks
The OPCC will co-chair a session on climate change and adaptation knowledge platforms at the European Conference on Climate Change Adaptation (ECCA)
The OPCC will participate in the EIONET-EEA Workshop on Climate Change and Adaptation in Europe
In this newsletter we have many news. Firstly, we have designed a new newsletter created directly from the new OPCC portal and geoportal, which have been developed within the framework of the OPCC2 project.
Another important novelty is that the OPCC participates in the PHUSICOS project, on natural risks and climate change in mountains, financed by the European program H2020.
Below we tell you more about the consortium and the first coordination meeting in Oslo. We also have news of two of the projects associated with the OPCC: CLIMPY and FLORAPYR.
OPCC representatives meet to work on the Observatory Strategy and the Pyrenees Strategy of the CTP
The OPCC attends the Kick off meeting of the PHUSICOS project in Oslo
The MONTCLIMA project will be presented as a proposal in the next SUDOE call
CLIMPY Workshop: Indicators and climate projections in the Pyrenees’ massif
The annual meeting of the European Meteorological Society