5 abuztua, 2019

Book: Aid Effectiveness for Environmental Sustainability

This collection examines the role that foreign aid can play in dealing with the severe global challenge of climate change, one of the most pressing international development issues of the 21st century. Addressing the key threats of rising temperatures, changes in precipitation, coastal erosion and natural disasters, the book considers the implications for policy and future research, particularly in developing countries.
19 iraila, 2019

Book chapter: Delta Economics and Sustainability

Environmental change constitutes a risk to the sustainability of economic activities, within deltas and the wider regions and economies within which they sit. Slow acting environmental change and shocks from extreme events can affect economic activities. Using multiregional input-output tables, extended to include environmental dimensions and combined with Computable General Equilibrium models, flows of economic activities and ecosystem services across supply chains are assessed.
28 apirila, 2020

Liburua “Transición hacia una economía baja en carbono en España”

Funcasek ,BC3 - Basque Centre for Climate Change lankidetzarekin, Espainiako karbono trantsizio baxuari buruzko liburu berria argitaratu du. "Transición hacia una economía baja en carbono" liburua María José Sanz BC3ko zuzendari zientifikoak eta MIkel González-Eguino. BC3ko ikertzaile seniorrak argitaratu dute. FUNCAS irabazi-asmorik gabeko erakunde pribatua da, CECAk sortu eta finantzatua, kapital sozialean egiten dituen inbertsioen esparruan, Espainiako gizarteari mesede egiten dioten jarduerak gauzatzeko, aurrezkiaren kultura sustatzeko eta aurrezki-kutxek komunitateari eskaintzen dizkioten zerbitzuei buruz sentsibilizatzen laguntzeko. Espainiako karbono gutxiko ekonomiarako trantsizioa
26 urria, 2020

Transformative Adaptation in Cities

Cities are projected to hold two-thirds of the world’s population by 2050 under a period of intensifying climate change. Ensuring sustainable, climate-resilient, and equitable cities will require moving beyond incremental adaptation to transformative adaptation. What does transformative adaptation mean for cities, and how can it be achieved, particularly in cities with low adaptive capacity?

María de Maeztu Excellence Unit 2023-2026 Ref. CEX2021-001201-M, funded by MCIN/AEI /10.13039/501100011033

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