The mid-mountain becomes more resistant
The European Life Midmacc project, of which Aragon is a part, aims to revitalize mountain areas and make them more resistant to climate change.
Extensive livestock and vineyard to revitalize mountain areas
LIFE MIDMACC is a European project that aims to revitalize mountain areas and make them more resistant to climate change. It is part of the LIFE program and focuses on mid-mountain areas of Aragon, La Rioja and Catalonia. CREAF leads the project, and the Pyrenean Institute of Ecology (IPE-CSIC) and the University of Zaragoza participate.
Aragon participates in a European project to revitalize mountain areas
Aragonese scientific institutions participate in the Life MIDMACC project, an initiative promoted by CREAF (Center for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications) in Catalonia that aims to revitalize mountain areas and make them more resistant to the effects of climate change.
CLIMAVIT21, an integral tool for the adaptation of the vine to climate change
An informative leaflet on CLIMAVIT21 is available on the network-i.cat. This action is part of the demonstration activity “Agrometeorology as a starting point for a stable and quality wine production in conditions of climate change in the 21st century. DO Empordà and DO Pla de Bages. CLIMAVIT21”, funded by through Operation 01.02.01 of the PDR of Catalonia 2014-2020.