Anil Markandya Former Scientific Director/ Distinguished Ikerbasque Professor

Main Research Field:
Environmental economics and resources, Climate Change.

Personal web page http://www.bc3research.org/en/anil_markandya.html
Email address anil.markandya@bc3research.org
Orcid 0000-0001-6304-7103
Wok K-9381-2013
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Climate Change is very different from other challenges we have faced as a Planet. In spite of the great effort that we have made in the last 20 years, we still have many gaps in our knowledge.


From BC3, The Basque Climate Change Research Centre, we aim to address a multidisciplinar excellent researching activity in order to have a better understanding of the real problem




October 11, 2017

Prof. Markandya one of International Adaptation experts authoring the UNEP Adaptation Gap Report 2017

UNEP’s Adaptation Gap Report series focuses on Finance, Technology and Knowledge gaps in climate change adaptation. It compliments the Emissions Gap Report series, and explores the implications of failing to close the emissions gap. The report builds on a 2014 assessment by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), which laid out the concept of ‘adaptation gaps’ and outlined three such gaps: technology, finance and knowledge.
September 28, 2017

Research by BC3 researchers, Iñaki Arto and Anil Markandya, mentioned in Juncker’s State of the Union address of 13 Sep 2017 “Every additional €1 billion in exports supports 14,000 extra jobs in Europe”

Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, in his State of the Union of 13 September 2017, has referred for the second consecutive year to the report “EU Exports to the World: Effects on Employment and Income” authored by BC3 researchers, Dr. Iñaki Arto and Prof. Anil Markandya.
July 24, 2017

BC3 Journal Article “The Green Climate Fund as an effective compensatory mechanism in global climate negotiations”

This paper investigates the role of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) as a potential compensating measure for both adaptation and mitigation actions under a global climate regime. A dynamic climate-economy computable general equilibrium model (GDynEP) is developed by including both a monetary valuation of climate change damage costs and two alternative methods to determine the allocation of GCF resources among receiving countries and between adaptation and mitigation contributions.
July 17, 2017

BC3 Journal Article “The Adaptive Marine Policy (AMP) toolbox: Supporting policy-makers developing adaptive policies in the Mediterranean and Black Sea”

Adaptive management is essential to the practical application of the Ecosystem-Based Approach (EBA). Despite there are frequent assertions that adaptive management is being used, evidence on its success is still limited. Indeed, it is difficult to bring the different elements of adaptive management together in a robust way and to choose the appropriate tools to do it.

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