Marta Olazabal Postdoctoral researcher

Main Research Field:
Urban resilience and transformability

Personal web page http://www.bc3research.org/en/marta_olazabal.html
Email address marta.olazabal@bc3research.org
Orcid 0000-0002-3381-0654
Wok C-3027-2008
Google Scholar GuE84bwAAAAJ


As attractors of services and population, urban areas need to move from rhetoric to action in the field of climate change adaptation and transformation to sustainability. Taking advantage of the concentration of knowledge and innovation, the opportunity relies on cities and local communities. This complex challenge not only involves technologies deployment, but also the generation of the conditions required to engage society and institutions in the process of change. In this regard, my research aims to facilitate governance towards urban sustainability and resilience in the context of climate change. I am particularly interested in tools and processes that uncover the complexity of urban systems and help to overcome the barriers to a more sustainable and resilient development.



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 30, 2016

Urban research at BC3: How climate change science can support urban policy making

BC3 just published a new Policy Briefing. PB [2016-04]" Urban research at BC3: How climate change science can support urban policy making". Get the insights in the video BC3 produced.
May 25, 2016

Bridging Science and Policy to Mitigate and Adapt Cities to Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities in the Context of the Basque Declaration

BC3 just published a new Policy Briefing. PB [2016-03]" Bridging Science and Policy to Mitigate and Adapt Cities to Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities in the Context of the Basque Declaration". Get the insights in the video BC3 produced.
April 26, 2016

Urban_BC3_Leaflet

BC3 just published a leaflet on the Urban Research carried out in the centre. Urban research at BC3 interacts with its four major research areas ((1) Low carbon, (2) Climate and Natural Environment, (3) Health and Climate and (4) Climate policy), emerging as a multidisciplinary field that explores the contribution of cities to global warming and the ecological, political, social and economic implications of climate change at the local scale.

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