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Research on nature-society interactions if a very broad field involving many specialisms and disciplinary schools. From a values perspective, conflicts occur when values of different groups are traded off: economic development versus indigenous culture, profit farming versus landscape heritage.
The general objective of the BC3-UPV/EHU Summer Schools on Climate Change is to deliver every year a multidisciplinary, up-to-date view of the latest trends in climate change research. This ninth edition of the Summer School follows the same multidisciplinary approach, and gives special emphasis on the tendencies in international climate policy three years after the Paris Agreement.
BC3 Seminar: ” Credible, effective and publicly acceptable policies to decarbonise the European Union”
This seminar investigates the extent to which current policies and institutional arrangements are fit for purpose for the new decarbonisation phase into which the EU is entering. It summarises the main findings from the Statkraft research programme, ‘“Fit-for-purpose” energy and climate change mitigation policies for the European Union’, completed in December 2017.
Pollinators are threatened by a human induced rapid environmental change.
BC3 and UPV/EHU Seminar "Climate change in the courts: litigation as a governance mechanism?" Researcher Officer Joana Setzer British Academy Post-doctoral Abstract: I will explore the process through…
We use the model framework developed by Guevara and others to set up an EIO model where the energy system is in great part driven by the energy services (or useful energy).
Seed dispersal and mycorrhizal associations are key mutualisms for the functioning and regeneration of plant communities; however, these processes have seldom been explored together.
BC3 Seminar: “Exploring national survey data to quantify household dependence on ecosystem services”
Although ecosystem services are inherently at the interface of society and nature, most of the indicators used to measure them are still predominantly either biophysical or social.
“Revisiting changing energyscapes of coal: Opportunities for engaged social science of energy”
“Environmental futures studies of urban mobility and energy solutions – experiences from Swedish policy work and engineering education”
“The expanding geography of wind power conflicts: Debating scale, control and distribution at the low-carbon transition”