As a part of the European project for the study of climate evolution in the Pyrenees, information on climate change has been updated.
As the study showed, the average temperature in Andorra has increased by 0.29 ° C over the past ten years.
The average summer temperature in Andorra is 25 ° C.
The number of days with precipitation has decreased.
The current context matches most mountainous areas. This fact makes mountainous areas, including the Pyrenees, one of the places with the greatest vulnerability to climate change.
Research will continue to better understand the effects of global warming in Andorra so that it can develop and implement adaptation strategies and thus reduce the vulnerability of the region.