Consult the Storymap of the OPCC2: an alternative format for disseminating the information of the OPCC on climate change in the Pyrenees

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Consult the Storymap of the OPCC2: an alternative format for disseminating the information of the OPCC on climate change in the Pyrenees

  • 06 Jun

It is crucial for the OPCC to make the data it has collected on the impacts of climate change in the Pyrenees available to the general public. It raises awareness of future ecological and socio-economic issues in the cross-border region and promotes the implementation of various actions by sectorial and political actors to face these new challenges.

With this Storymap, the OPCC presents the results of its research, the initiative itself, its partners and the various citizen science tools developed as part of the OPCC2 project in a new format that is simple, easy to use and highlights key information. 

This format also allows interactive access to graphs and other data generated by the OPCC2 and partner projects, on themes such as climate projections, the vulnerability of forests to climate change or the localization of observation points part of a network of lakes and peatland monitoring.

 

As well as the observations of the volunteers of the Phénoclim citizen science initiative:

To consult the Storymap (available in Spanish and French):  https://www.arcgis.com/apps/MapJournal/index.html?appid=2f1eb48225a44ea59e05c1e68fd586a7    

 

 

Technical Committee and executive board

Govern d'Andorra Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine Gobierno de Aragón Generalitat de Catalunya Eusko Jaurlaritza | Gobierno Vasco Occitanie Nafarroako Gobernua | Gobierno de Navarra


Steering committee and OPCC2 partners

FORESPIR CTP Universidad Zaragoza IPE - CSIC Conservatorie Botanique National EEAD - CSIC brgm


Cofinancers of the OPCC2 Project

Occitanie alima'agri POCTEFA Fundación Biodiversidad PIMA adapta

PYRENEAN CLIMATE CHANGE OBSERVATORY

Avenida Nuestra Señora de la Victoria, 8
22.700 - Jaca
Huesca - España

+34 974 36 31 00
info_opcc@ctp.org

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