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MONTCLIMA

Les zones de montagne sont parmi les territoires les plus touchés par les risques naturels et on s’attend à ce que ces risques augmentent en raison des effets du changement climatique (sécheresses plus graves, températures moyennes plus élevées,  changements dans le régime des précipitations). Ces risques ne connaissent pas de frontières administratives (par exemple, les incendies qui affectent des peuplements forestiers continus et traversent ainsi les frontières) et nécessitent une coordination transnationale.

 

GALERÍA DE VIDÉOS

Mountains are highly vulnerable to natural risks, which are becoming more intense due to climate change. The risk comes from the encounter between a natural phenomenon and the infrastructures and services that occupy the territory. Natural phenomena cause environmental damage, but also social and economic losses. Southwest Europe is one of the areas of the world suffering most from the effects of climate change. Its mountain areas are threatened by four main risks: drought, forest fires, erosion and flooding.

INFORMATIONS

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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jeu, 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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lun, 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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OBJECTIFS

Le projet vise à renforcer la résilience des territoires de montagne SUDOE en élaborant un cadre stratégique transnational basé sur la capitalisation de projets réussis de prévention et de gestion des risques naturels climatiques (incendies, sécheresses, inondations, crues et érosion) en reposant sur les piliers suivants:

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Le projet MONTCLIMA est cofinancé par le Programme régional européen Fonds de développement (FEDER) par le biais du programme Interreg SUDOE du programme Interreg SUDOE

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