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BC3 Basque Centre for Climate Change, led by one of the most recognized scientists in this field -Prof. Maria José Sanz- and with a multidisciplinary team of high-profile researchers, aims to contribute to long term excellent research on the causes and consequences of climate change in order to foster the creation of knowledge in this multidisciplinary science.



May 26, 2017

La Directora Cientifica de BC3, Prof. Maria José Sanz moderó la sesión trabajo “El sector agrícola, ganadero, forestal y de la alimentación de la Jornada “España, juntos por el clima” (25 de mayo).

May 16, 2017

The BC3 researcher, Marta Olazabal, addresses a speech on the event “Jornadas sobre la revisión de las Directrices de Ordenación Territorial (DOT)”, San Sebastian, May 17.

The BC3 researcher, Marta Olazabal, addresses a speech on the event “Jornadas sobre la revisión de las Directrices de Ordenación Territorial (DOT)”, San Sebastian, May 17.
May 15, 2017

BC3 co-chairs a session on Adaptation Tracking at the “3rd European Climate Change Adaptation Conference”, Glasgow 2017

Researchers from BC3, McGill University and Wageningen University organize a parallel session in the main reference forum on climate change adaptation at European scale, the "European Climate Change Adaptation Conference 2017" that is to held in Glasgow from the 5th to the 9th of June. This parallel session will focus on the challenges of measuring the progress on adaptation at multiple levels.
May 4, 2017

BC3 Press Release (2017-05-04)

"Cities in Southeast Asia, Eastern Africa and on US West Coast need to act on sea-level rise most urgently". [Leioa (Spain), 4th May 2017] For people and insurance companies alike, it is the extreme events – with low probability but highly damaging - that are the most devastating. Storm Desmond, for example, flooded northwestern areas of the UK in 2015, and Hurricane Katrina wreaked catastrophe on New Orleans in 2005. The same is true when it comes to future sea level rise. Now a study assesses coastal flood risk from sea level rise for 120 major coastal cities, and shows which cities are most vulnerable to extreme events.

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