At COP26, the Euroregion reinforces its commitment to joint action to tackle the climate emergency
The Euroregion Pyrenees-Mediterranean (EPM) presents its Euro-Mediterranean Deal for the Mitigation of and Adaptation to Climate Change at the COP26.
Political representatives from the three territories that make up the EPM – the Balearic Islands, Catalonia and the Region Occitanie – travelled to Glasgow to express their position on the climate emergency, committing themselves to act together to develop sustainable solutions.
In line with its new roadmap 2021-2030, the Euroregion Pyrenees-Mediterranean (EPM) joined COP26 for a delegation of its three member regions to present its common positioning for the implementation of actions aimed at curbing climate change and dealing with its impacts, particularly affecting its most vulnerable territories, islands, coastal and mountain areas.
With the constant aim of building a shared resilient future, the EPM has highlighted its commitment to joint action to implement its Euro-Mediterranean Deal for the Mitigation of and Adaptation to Climate Change, based on the policies already being developed in its constituent territories.
The reference to the First Mediterranean Assessment Report (MAR1) by the MedECC is made in this document.
The lines of action followed by the Euroregion are defined in its new roadmap for 2021-2030.