Participative workshop – Adaptation strategies to climate change of mountain tourism destinations

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Date / Heure
Date(s) - 25 Apr 2019
9 h 00 min - 15 h 00 min

Comunidad de trabajo de los Pirineos


ADAPTUR is a research, participation and capacity-building project for the development of strategies for adapting tourism destinations to climate change. The project organises in April a workshop on climate change adaptation for mountain tourism in the Pyrenes.



Participative session for social agents from the Jacetania region and other destinations in the Pyrenees on adapting mountain destinations to climate change. The workshop is composed of a conference session on the vulnerability of mountain destinations and strategies to adapt to climate change and a collective work session for the design of climate indicators and services to adapt mountain destinations to climate change.



The workshop is organized by the eco-union association, with the support of the Biodiversity Foundation, and the participation of the GRATET research group of the University of Rovira i Virgili (Tarragona). Likewise, the workshop has the participation of the Pyrenean Observatory of Climate Change (OPCC) and the Jacetania Region.

You can find all the information on the agenda and registration here (in Spanish). Please note that the workshop will be limited to 25 to 35 participants.


Who should participate?

  • Public and private actors of tourism.
  • Public and private actors linked to the adaptation of the Jacetania region to climate change.
  • Public and private actors from other regions of the Pyrenees.

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