Mountain areas in southern Europe are highly sensitive to climate change. In Mediterranean mid-mountain areas, available water resources have progressively decreased in recent decades due to climate change.
In November 2023, a new Interreg POCTEFA project was approved, in which the OPCC-CTP is a partner: the SOLPYR project. The SOLPYR project is based on the idea that a better understanding of soils and the associated problems will raise the awareness needed among mountain users and the competent bodies to protect and conserve this vital resource for the Pyrenees.
The Working Community of the Pyrenees (CTP), through the Pyrenean Climate Change Observatory (OPCC), leads the PYRENEES4CLIMA project in which 39 other Spanish, French and Andorran entities participate as partners, seeking, through cooperation, to increase resilience in the Pyrenees through the implementation of specific measures and actions for adaptation to Climate Change in a wide range of a
The coordination teams of the integrated European projects LIFE-IP NAdapta-CC and LIFE-SIP PYRENEES 4 CLIMA met for the first time last Tuesday 5th September 2023 in a virtual way. This was the first meeting between the two projects, which share objectives in the field of climate change.The meeting was attended by Juan Terrádez, from the Pyrenean Climate Change Observatory (OPCC), Joël Dozzi, f
The Working Community of the Pyrenees (CTP) through the Pyrenean Climate Change Observatory (OPCC) is leading the new PYRENEES4CLIMA project in which 46 other Spanish, French and Andorran entities are participating, seeking to strengthen resilience in the Pyrenees through the application of measures to adapt to Climate Change.
Since the beginning of this year, the Pyrenean Climate Change Observatory (OPCC) has promoted a process of critical analysis by the LIFE MIDMACC project partners and a variety of stakeholders in the territory.