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NEMOR, the new research network in mountain areas

  • 31 May

The European mountain research network, NEMOR of which the OPCC  is a member, was launched on May 30, 2018 through a public event in Barcelona. NEMOR is led by CREAF from Catalonia,and aims to enhance research in mountain areas to promote a sustainable adaptive and resilient development.

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The OPCC2 organized a workshop on agropastoralism and climate change in Andorra

  • 30 May

On May 29, 2018 the OPCC organized jointly with the Government of Andorra the workshop "Climate change: new opportunities for agriculture?" within the OPCC2 project.

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An experiment with Open Top Chambers in four Pyrenean locations of snowfields

  • 25 May

Within the POCTEFA FLORAPYR project, researchers of the University of Barcelona have coordinated the installation of passive heating devices known as Open Top Chambers (OTC) during the summer of 2017. These devices produce a slight temperature increase, which makes predictions possible on the short-medium term concerning the vegetation under study, in the context of current climate change.

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OPCC representatives meet to work on the Observatory Strategy and the Pyrenees Strategy of the CTP

  • 25 May

Last Tuesday, June 19, a working meeting among the Representatives of the Climate Change Observatory (OPCC)  took place to discuss about the Observatory's strategy and its horizontal coordination with the forthcoming Pyrenean Strategy of the Pyrenees Working Community (EPI).

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An exceptional snowpack in the Pyrenees

  • 15 Apr

The snow cover in the Pyrenees is essential for tourism sector, water resources management and the ecosystems. In contrast to last year snow season, winter 2018 already appears as a remarkable year for snow.

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Actions to protect and improve the quality of peatland systems in the Catalan Pyrenees in the framework of the GREE Project.

  • 07 Mar

The Pyrenees mountain range is a great biodiversity reserve characterized by a high diversity of natural ecosystems and extraordinary species. The protected natural areas include an optimal representation of these ecosystems and species.

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


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


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Occitanie alima'agri POCTEFA Fundación Biodiversidad PIMA adapta

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