About 80,000 m3 of recycled water is available that could improve the coping with forest fires. In this context, a hydraulic infrastructure for an advanced wastewater treatment is under development, aiming to lower forest fire risk and build resilience.
This transformative work, pioneered in the city of Barcelona, is essential to provoke a shift from a reactive urban culture to a proactive one. The resilience process in the city has resulted in calibration and progressive adjustments.
United Nations Human Settlements Programme - Headquarters
In this study, the authors investigate changes in extreme hot temperature events over Spain for the near future (2021–2050) in relation to a control period (1971–2000) by using regional climate model simulations from the EURO-CORDEX project.