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MONTCLIMA

Mountain areas are among the territories most affected by natural hazards and these risks are expected to increase due to the effects of climate change (more severe droughts, higher average temperatures, and changes in the rainfall patterns). These risks do not respect administrative limits (for example, fires that cross borders in continuous forest areas) and need transnational coordination.

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In this article we briefly present the testing of different soil management practices in a vineyard in the Rioja Alavesa (DOC Rioja) with a high risk of soil erosion.  

It is a plot of the Graciano variety located in the municipality of Elvillar (Álava), with slopes of 10-20%, managed in organic farming mode and belonging to the Maisulan winery.

In this trial they have proposed three different soil managements:

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Thu, 24/09/2020 - 14:37

The number and extent of forest fires varies considerably from year to year, depending on seasonal weather conditions. Moreover, there is a certain multi-year trend in the area burned throughout the Mediterranean basin and particularly in the territories of south-western Europe.

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Mon, 07/09/2020 - 09:34

We are pleased to announce that the MONTCLIMA SUDOE project seminar on natural hazards and climate change in mountain areas will take place in Soria from 20 to 21 October 2020!

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OBJECTIVES

The project aims to strengthen the resilience of the SUDOE mountain territories through a transnational strategic framework based on capitalizing on previous successful projects for the prevention and management of natural climate risks (fires, droughts, flooding and erosion).

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The MONTCLIMA project is co-financed by the European Regional
Development Fund (ERDF) through the Interreg SUDOE Programme

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ACTIONS

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