Citizen science

 

Citizen science

Do you know the citizen science activities implemented from the LIFE-IP NAdapta-CC project?

From the integrated European project LIFE-IP NAdapta-CC, some activities or small citizen science "projects" have been promoted within the framework of several technical actions. Each of them is explained below.

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The activities


Agriculture

Agriculture

Seed collection of species and local varieties of Navarra at special risk of extinction.

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Health

Health

Surveillance and monitoring of the tiger mosquito (Aedes albopictus) in Navarre through educational centers

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Forests

Forests

Recovery of chestnut tree (Castanea sativa) varieties in the Community of Navarra.

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Citizen participation

 

Citizen participation

What can I participate in LIFE-IP NAdapta-CC?

 

The LIFE-IP NAdapta-CC project is developing some actions in which any citizen can participate and make contributions.

Undoubtedly, the Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plans (SECAPs) are the best reference for citizen participation implemented in this integrated European project for adaptation to climate change. For more information, please visit the following section: Action C1.2 Local Environment

It is also worth mentioning the citizen participation in the preparation of the Municipal Emergency Plans for Flood Risk (PEMRI), information on which can be found in the following section: Action C2.5 Water. These local self-protection plans and early warning systems for floods can be consulted in the results section.

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Where to participate


Local Environment

Local Environment

Elaboration of Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plans (PACES), within the framework of the Covenant of Mayors.

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Water

Water

Elaboration of Municipal Emergency Plans for Flood Risk (PEMRI)

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AGORA KLINa. The participation forum

AGORA KLINa. The participation forum

What is AGORA KLINa?

AGORA KLINa is a forum for participation with all entities and people in Navarre who are interested in being informed about the current situation of climate change in Navarre, being aware of its effects and participating in the implementation of climate change initiatives. Experts invited for their knowledge on climate change-related issues also form part of the platform.

AGORA KLINa has a consultative and participatory character. Its proposals and agreements will be taken into consideration but will not be binding.

It is initially structured in 8 working groups according to the structure of the Climate Change Roadmap of Navarre (CCRN-KLINa) and the LIFE-IP NAdapta-CC project, which will be followed up: Local Action, Energy, Mobility, Agriculture, Forestry, Health, Water and Urban Regeneration.

You can consult this brochure for more information on AGORA KLINa.

How can you join AGORA KLINa?

All economic and social sectors are invited to join AGORA KLINa. To do so, each entity can fill in this form and appoint as many representatives as the number of working groups to which it belongs. 

Contact

Coordinator: LIFE-IP NAdapta-CC.

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Volunteering

Volunteering

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Iniciativas


Punto de información sobre Cambio Climático en Gobierno de Navarra

Infopoint

Punto de información sobre Cambio Climático en Gobierno de Navarra

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Punto de Información sobre el voluntariado en Navarra

Voluntariado

Punto de Información sobre el voluntariado en Navarra

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