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2021
2027

MONTCLIMA

Climate and natural risks in the SUDOE mountains

Axis 4: Combating climate change
OBJECTIVE 5B1 :
Improving the coordination and effectiveness of prevention, disasters management and rehabilitation tools of damaged areas
STATE: En curso
CODE: SOE3/P4/E0874
TOTAL ELIGIBLE COST (€)
1.401.811,29
AID FEDER (€)
1.051.358,47
Eva Garcia Balaguer

PROJECT MANAGER

SECTORS: Forest fires, Integrated management of the ressources and natural sites, Management of natural heritage
ANNOUNCEMENT: Tercera
DURATION:
1 July, 2019
31 December, 2022
RESULTS: 2021-12-31
PRIMARY BENEFICIARY:
Consorcio de la Comunidad de Trabajo de los Pirineos
OTHER BENEFICIARIES:
  • 2. Centro de Investigación Ecológica y Aplicaciones Forestales Centre de Recerca Ecologica I
  • 3. NEIKER-Instituto Vasco de Investigación y Desarrollo Agrario, SA
  • 4. Fundación Centro de Servicios y Promoción Forestal y de su Industria de Castilla y León
  • 5. Instituto Politécnico de Bragança
  • 6. Office National des Forets
  • 7. GEIE FORESPIR
  • 8. Centre d'Etudes et d'Expertise sur les Risques, l'Environnement, la Mobilité et l'Aménagement
  • 9. Comunidade Intermunicipal da Região de Leiria

Mountains are the most affected territories by natural risks and it is foreseen that those risks will increase due to climate change &ndash risks which do not know administrative boarders and require a transnational coordination.

To respond to this challenge, MONTCLIMA provides a transnational strategic framework to prevent and manage natural risks in the Southwestern Mountains. It develops 4 pilot projects:

– Innovation and culture of wine to prevent soils erosion

– Adaptative forests’ management to prevent forest fires and improve the resilience to dryness

– Improvement of the protector role of forests and

– Follow-up of the river basins’ dynamics to reduce the risks of torrent flooding.

Among others, some of the main tools will be a mapping with information on vulnerable areas, the history of catastrophes in mountain areas and a collection of good practices

PARTICIPATING REGIONS