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Progress is being made in the implementation of nature-based solutions in Erill la Vall...

  • 13 Jun

Last December 17th, we met in Vall de Boí (Catalonia, Spain) and we have given new impetus to the PHUSICOS project. We were more than 20 people, municipal authorities and technicians, inhabitants of the valley, experts of the project and actors of many other institutions to see the extent of the problem, to reflect and to discuss the conceived solutions.

 

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SAVE THE DATE: Transnational seminar on Strategies for soil protection against the impacts of climate change: risk of erosion and carbon sequestration

  • 10 Jun

Transnational seminar on Strategies for soil protection against the impacts of climate change: risk of erosion and carbon sequestration

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More than 200 people participated in the 4th international colloquium on climate change in mountain areas OPCC ADAPYR

  • 25 May

On 19 May 2022, the 4th International Colloquium on Climate Change in Mountain Areas took place in Bilbao, focusing on presenting the results of the OPCC-ADAPYR project.

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4th International Colloquium on Climate Change in Mountain Areas

  • 07 Apr

The Pyrenees Climate Change Observatory (OPCC) of the Working Community of the Pyrenees (CTP) and its current Presidency, the Autonomous Community of Euskadi, are pleased to invite you to the 4rd International Colloqu

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The Operational Plan of the Pyrenean Climate Change Strategy is now available for public consultation

  • 25 Feb

The OPCC is opening the public consultation period for the Operational Plan of the Pyrenean Climate Change Strategy (EPiCC) between 25 February and 11 March 2022. This Operational Plan will enable the lines of action envisaged in the strategy to be deployed in the territory by means of specific actions.

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The Pyrenean Climate Change Observatory brings together over 50 international experts on climate change.

  • 18 Feb

On Tuesday 15 February 2022, a meeting was held in Jaca (Huesca) which brought together, in person and online, more than 50 climate change experts from the Pyrenean border territories: Euskadi, Navarre, Aragon, Catalonia, Andorra, New Aquitaine and Occitania.

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