Cómo tomar decisiones para afrontar la transición energética 26 de Mayo de 2023 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am Online | Gratuito Tomar decisiones para afrontar […]
This seminar consists of three linked presentations, in which we integrate action-research participatory approaches with social experimentation to better understand collective processes of decision-making concerning common pool resources and to improve their management and governance.
Ante la crisis climática que cada vez golpea con más fuerza nuestro país, solo cabe emprender el camino hacia una economía neutra en carbono. La transición […]
Global economic and integrated assessment models are useful for understanding human-earth system dynamics under climate change. The agriculture and land use (AgLU) system is an essential component of integrated assessment, as it connects to energy, macroeconomics, and GHG emissions, and is relevant to key areas such as food security, biodiversity, and land-based mitigation measures.
El proyecto ARIES de BC3 organiza una mesa redonda presencial el 25 de septiembre en Bilbao bajo el título “Inteligencia artificial, ética y democracia: retos y oportunidades” con la participación del Instituto de Gobernanza Democrática (Globernance), el Basque Artificial Intelligence Centre (BAIC) e Ikerbasque.
The EU-funded MAIA project is hosting a press event as part of the “Fostering Knowledge Exchange and Innovation for Climate Action” event, scheduled for Tuesday, October 10th, at noon. The event will take place at the Ambiorix Center in Brussels, located at 7 Ambiorix Square, in the framework of the 21st European Week of Regions and Cities.
Energy transitions are underway everywhere simultaneously, or so one wants to think. They are in fact resisted vigorously, reshaped surreptitiously, and stripped of meaning altogether upon closer examination in unfortunately many circumstances. The urgent need for rapid action imbues large powerful actors with deep pockets with greater ability to wrest control of processes labelled energy transitions, while more inclusive, democratic, locally situated approaches cause barely an occasional flutter if measured in capital investments and gigawatt hours of clean energy production and fossil fuel displacement.