The president of Andalusia, Juanma Moreno, announced this Friday in Dubai, during the United Nations climate summit, the launch of a web portal that will measure the impact of climate change in the region offers user statistics and meteorological information about each municipality.
The Climate Map geoportal is available, starting this Friday, at addresses www.mapaclima.com y www.mapaclima.es and in it anyone knows the evolution of the data set of climate variables and greenhouse gas emissions since 2005 for any municipality in Andalusia.
“Any citizen can ask all kinds of questions about the weather and say ‘hey, how many tropical nights do I have in my city? How much rain did it have last year? or how many days did the temperature exceed 40 degrees?'” Moreno detailed in his media statements on his first day at COP28.
The president of the Board described this web portal as a “new instrument of pedagogy and knowledge”, with the goal that each user “can see every year how the climate is changing in their area” due to global warming, through “very detailed information”.
“It’s a way to many citizens are getting closer to the truth that we are experiencing climate change in Andalusia that produces a drought that we have never seen before,” concluded the Andalusian leader, who also attended the Dubai climate summit as vice president of the European Committee of the Regions (EU). .