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Garden in Seville, Spain
The launch comes after the hottest first two weeks of June ever recorded in Spain
Scientific American, a Division of Nature America, Inc.
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2022
The study examines the responsibility of human factors, such as urban development, in the occurrence of torrential rainfall disasters in the region of Murcia. It assesses exposure and vulnerability through rainfall observations and municipal statistics.
Natural Hazards (Springer)
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2022
This study aims to present the most promising technologies in the field of firefight and control of wildfires.
Spain - government Instituto Nacional da Propriedade Industrial
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2020
The National Climate Change Adaptation Plan is a reference framework for the co-ordination of the Public Administrations in the activities of impact assessment, vulnerability studies and adaptation to climate change in Spain.
Spain - government
View of a mountain range in Zamora, Spain: firebreaks in the forest
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.
Climate-ADAPT
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2022
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
Ares Gabàs Masip
Barcelona is  Europe’s first MCR2030 Resilience Hub. The city has taken a proactive approach to tackling climate risks and vulnerabilities for many years, and is now eager to share its experience with other MCR2030 cities and partners.
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2022
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.
Natural Hazards (Springer)
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2021
This paper determines the vehicle instability risk in stream crossings. Floods negatively affect roads, vehicles and transport systems in general. The impact on these systems leads to a cascasing effect with significant repercussions. Due to this, the evaluation of the instability risk to which the vehicles are subjected in stream crossing is necessary.
Journal of Flood Risk Management (Wiley)
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2021
This document details the evaluation process carried out within the current Spanish National Climate Change Adaptation Plan (PNACC in Spanish) in order to assess the progress achieved, the pending challenges and the lessons learned.
Spain - government