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We welcome 2021 with a summary of Pyrenean Thursdays

  • 05 Jan

From the OPCC we would like to welcome 2021 by highlighting the cycle of web seminars on Pyrenean Thursdays (#JUEVESPIRENAICOS). Through six thematic webinars led by the thematic experts of the OPCC's network of scientists, we were able to delve deeper into the effects of climate change in this particularly vulnerable bioregion.

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The OPCC participates in the United Nations celebration of the International Mountain Day.

  • 16 Dec

On the occasion of the International Mountain Day, celebrated every year on 11 December, the Permanent Mission of the Kyrgyz Republic to the United Nations has organized a commemorative event in collaboration with the Group of Friends of Mountainous Countries, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

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The CTP accompanies the process of creating a Pyrenean Soils Alliance.

  • 28 Oct

According to the World Soil Charter (FAO, 2015), "Healthy soils are a basic prerequisite for meeting diverse needs for food, biomass (energy), fibre, fodder and other products, and for ensuring the delivery of essential ecosystem services in all regions of the world. However, humanity is facing unprecedented pressures on land resources.

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A series of webinars on climate change in the Pyrenees has been launched

  • 28 Sep

Do you want to know more about how the climate could be projected  in the Pyrenees in the coming decades, how global warming is affecting our summit ecosystems, water resources or how the Pyrenean Climate Change Strate

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The Pyrenean Observatory of Climate Change is organising a visit to the study sites of the PHUSICOS project at the Portalet border crossing.

  • 21 Sep

In collaboration with the Espace Pourtalet GECT, the Pyrenean Observatory of Climate Change and the Pyrenees Working Community organized on Friday 11 September two site visits in the framework of the H2020 PHUSICOS project.

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The OPCC calls for good practices in the management and prevention of natural risks within the framework of the SUDOE MONTCLIMA project.

  • 04 Aug

Mountain areas are among the territories most affected by natural risks and these risks are expected to increase due to the effects of climate change (more severe droughts, higher average temperatures, changes in the r

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