National pathways and policy packages to low-greenhouse gas development in the land use sector

BC3-Basque Centre for Climate Change Sede Building 1, 1st floor, Scientific Park of the University of the Basque Country, Leioa, Bizkaia, Spain

This presentation will first focus on low-GHG development pathways for agriculture, forestry and land use (AFOLU) in Brazil, India and Indonesia, developed together with in-country research teams in the respective country. Specifically, it will present an analysis of the importance of the AFOLU sector for national emission reductions and the respective drivers of transformation in AFOLU in the three countries. Second, we will explore how to draw policy implications from the pathways, and the first steps towards the definition of a framework for the analysis of policy packages in AFOLU will be presented.

`Artistic Resilience´: Transdisciplinary collaborations and Collective Care for Eco-Social Renewal

BC3-Basque Centre for Climate Change Sede Building 1, 1st floor, Scientific Park of the University of the Basque Country, Leioa, Bizkaia, Spain

This talk explores the concept of “Artistic Resilience” through the lens of the speaker’s experience in diverse international collaborative projects. The presentation positions artistic practice itself as a form of resilience, offering tools and questions for rebuilding a more balanced relationship with the environment and society.

Looking ahead to the future of academic publishing: supporting research communities to maximise impact

BC3-Basque Centre for Climate Change Sede Building 1, 1st floor, Scientific Park of the University of the Basque Country, Leioa, Bizkaia, Spain

In this seminar, Jamie will discuss how the publishing landscape is evolving in response to internal and external pressures, the way publishers are engaging with AI (reactively and proactively), new publisher business models, and the future of Open Science. He will also briefly introduce PLOS Climate as a mission-led, multidisciplinary venue for climate research, and explain opportunities to be involved in the journal’s growing community.

Global climate action in a fractured world: how to deal with the rise of warmongering nationalism?

BC3-Basque Centre for Climate Change Sede Building 1, 1st floor, Scientific Park of the University of the Basque Country, Leioa, Bizkaia, Spain

One of the most pervasive key political obstacles to global climate action can be found in the existing geopolitical order, which divides the word into separate nation-states, most often supported by the ideology of nationalism.

BC3 Summer School: Climate Crisis and the Rise of Authoritarian Populist Movements in Europe

BC3-Basque Centre for Climate Change Sede Building 1, 1st floor, Scientific Park of the University of the Basque Country, Leioa, Bizkaia, Spain

Authoritarian populist movements are emerging in the global context (e.g. in the US, Russia, India, Brazil, Argentina), and Europe (e.g. in Holland, Finland, France, Hungary). This phenomenon shares several characteristics at an international level, partly derived from the current phase of exhaustion of a globalized economic model, which in turn entails a concatenation of cyclical and structural crises (“poly-crises”) that generate high levels of insecurity and uncertainty in society. At the same time, the rise of populist movements is revealing the weaknesses of the political model of representative democracy.