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Workshop on indicators and climate projections in the Pyrenees’ massif
Météo-France, partner of the CLIMPY (Characterisation of climate change and provision of information for adaptation in the Pyrenees) invites scientists and mountain experts to the second workshop dedicated to climate indicators, snow indicators and climate projections in the Pyrenees’ massif.
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GoApply Final Conference: 'Shaping the future of climate change adaptation in the Alpine countries'
What can be learned from the experiences of Alpine countries in governing and implementing their climate adaptation policies so far? What are success factors, good practice examples, and future challenges? During this conference, the GoApply partners will tackle these questions by presenting their main results and key messages.
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Outlook on climate change adaptation in the Carpathian mountains
Rising temperatures and changing precipitation threatens valuable ecosystems in the Carpathian mountains. This report will serve as a practical companion for local, regional and national policy makers seeking to protect the fragile mountain ecosystems and the people who depend on them.
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PYRADAPT 2017: meeting and exchange on how the Pyrenees can adapt to the impacts of climate change
The international colloquium PYRADAPT 2017 held in November in France, brought together 200 experts on climate change in mountain areas where topics on climate change impacts were discussed, such as the disappearance of 50% of the Pyrenees glaciers in the last 40 years.
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Trees' spring awakening is becoming less and less sensitive to altitude differences
In the Swiss Alps the time lag between leafing of trees at high and low altitudes has shortened dramatically since the 1960s, due to climate warming. Researchers analysed more than 20,000 observations recorded in Switzerland.
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Global warming increases the risk of avalanches
The impacts of global warming are felt in mountainous regions, where the rise in temperatures is above average, affecting both glacierized landscapes and water resources. The repercussions of these changes are manifold; from retreating glaciers to an increase in the frequency and intensity of snow avalanches, according to Swiss research.
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Mountain adaptation: Vulnerable peaks and people
The Mountain Adaptation Synthesis Report published by UNEP and GRID-Arendal was launched at the International Mountain Day, as side event during the UNFCCC COP24 in Katowice in December 2018. The situations in mountain areas worldwide differ vastly, but they share a particularly high vulnerability and common adaptation focus.
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OPCC2 report released on climate change impacts and adaptation in the Pyrenees
The average temperature in the Pyrenees has increased by 30% more than the world average in the last 50 years, and half of the glaciers have disappeared in the last 35 years. Facts provided by the report 'Climate change in the Pyrenees: impacts, vulnerabilities and adaptation', representing a broad scientific consensus for the Pyrenean territory and which has been coordinated by the Pyrenees Climate Change Observatory (OPCC).
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