The BC3 researcher, Guillermo Pardo, received First Doctoral Thesis Prize on Climate Change in the Spanish Mediterranean Arc

The  Basque Center for Climate Change (BC3) researcher, Guillermo Pardo Nieva, received on Monday November 27 at the Polytechnic University of Valencia the First Doctoral Thesis Prize on Climate Change in the Spanish Mediterranean Arc. This award was granted by the Chair of Climate Change of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (CATCLIMA). In this work, entitled “Use of models and life cycle analysis for the study of mitigation strategies in agriculture linked to the management of organic waste” and directed by Agustin del Prado (BC3) and Raul Moral (UMH), is analyzed how the different practices of management and management of organic waste generate greater or lesser global warming via the emission of greenhouse gases such as methane, nitrous oxide or other types of impacts such as soil acidification linked to the emission of ammonia gas.

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