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
Google Scholar Y8U0LOYAAAAJ


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



November 23, 2016

INHERIT: Read about Stage 1 of our project: The Literature Review!

The INHERIT project is driven by the quest to find the policies, practices and innovations that are helping to foster healthier and more sustainable lifestyles and behaviours. As part of our research, our literature review led by RIVM brings together existing knowledge of the main environmental stressors and their impact on health across the social gradient in the field of living, moving and consuming
November 16, 2016

TRANSrisk Project: First Year Progress

BC3 is one of the partners of this Research Projects that seeks to create a novel assessment framework for analysing costs and benefits of transition pathways, where uncertainty is at the heart of policy design rather than accounted for through sensitivity analysis at the end of the analysis.
September 16, 2016

Research by Iñaki Arto and Anil Markandya mentioned in Juncker’s State of the Union

Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, in his State of the Union on 14 September 2016, mentioned the report “EU Exports to the World: Effects on Employment and Income” authored by BC3 researchers Dr. Iñaki Arto and Prof. Anil Markandya.
June 22, 2016

Prof. Markandya interviewed by Bloomberg “Cow Urine Kills Farm Pests in India’s First Fully Organic State”

Nimtshreng Lepcha seeps medicinal leaves in cow urine and sprays the brew over his tomatoes. It’s the main way pests are repelled on his farm in the Himalayan foothills and across the northeastern state of Sikkim, the first in India to go fully organic.

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