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October 18, 2018

BC3 ten anniversary website available!

This anniversary website explores BC3 through the years since its inception in 2008. It consists of a series of interviews with current and previous members, academic highlights and outreach activities. It sheds a light on our achievements, eventful years, successful projects and the people who have made, and who continue to make, BC3 what it is today. While we publish an activity report each year covering our scientific outcomes, this website instead hopes to celebrate our accomplishments and successes from both an academic and human perspective.
October 17, 2018

“Coastal cities: responding to the threat from climate change”, Dr. Anil Markandya new post at the Globaldev

Dr. Anil Markandya’s new column at the Globaldev about the coastal cities, proposes new measures of the potential damages from coastal flooding, and argues for action based on the idea of ‘acceptable risk’: the maximum amount of damage a society is willing to accept from a flood event.
October 15, 2018

BC3k Euskaraldian parte hartuko du

BC3k, hainbat herri, entitate eta zentroekin batera, EUSKARALDIAn parte hartuko du. Euskaraldia, euskaltzaleak aktibatzeko helburu du beren egunerokoan euskaraz bizitzeko urratsak eman ditzaten. 2018ko azaroaren 23tik abenduaren 3ra bitartean.
October 15, 2018

The Ministry of Science, Innovation and University has awarded a network of excellence to the Red Ecosoil, led by Jorge Curiel, Ikerbasque research professor at BC3

The Ministry of Science, Innovation and University has awarded a network of excellence to the Red Ecosoil, led by Jorge Curiel, Ikerbasque research professor at BC3. The project, “Biodiversity, trophic levels and ecological interactions in the soil system and its relationship to ecosystem functioning and services” is the only project given to an ecology group.
October 10, 2018

National media makes eco about the new edition of The International Spring University, BC3 initiative

BC3 initiative The International Spring University new edition take place between 8-12 of October. Some national media has spread the news of The International Spring University is taking part this days, such as Europa press, La vanguardia and El diario. Also, the radio stations “Radio Popular” of the Basque Country interviewed the BC3 guest researcher Marta Pascual.
October 10, 2018

BC3 researcher Elisa Sainz de Murieta interviewed by the unibertsitatea.net, about the climate change and her current project

Elisa Sainz de Murieta, Geologian doktoratua, eta egun BC3ko ikertzailea, Unibertsitatea.net webgunean elkarrizketatua izan da. Sainz de Murietak, BC3an burutzen hari den ikerketataren inguruan aritu da, baita, klima aldaketaren orainaz eta geroaz.
October 8, 2018

BC3 Press Release: BC3 International Meeting on Ecosystem Services Modelling

Between 8 and 12 October, the International Spring University (ISU) will be held in Bilbao, the annual international meeting organised by BC3 to explore ecosystem modelling in greater depth. During the five-day event, participants from all over the world will analyse scientific models that will enable them to understand the relationship between human activity and the sustainability of ecosystems.
October 2, 2018

BC3 leads PROCESA project

BC3 lidera el proyecto PROCESA, con el apoyo de la Fundación Biodiversidad, del Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica, enfocado en la evaluación del progreso y efectividad de las políticas de adaptación en las principales ciudades del Estado.
September 27, 2018

Eñaut Izagirre, BC3 guest researcher, participates in the scientific expedition to Cordillera Pariacaca, Cordillera Central (Perú)

"Eñaut Izagirre, Guest Researcher de BC3, ha sido parte de la exploración científica a la Cordillera Pariacaca Cordillera Central (Perú). Izagirre, junto a sus compañeros, ha analizado la variabilidad climática y como ésta afecta a la evolución de los glaciares y los caudales que allí se generan."
September 26, 2018

Former scientific director of Anil Markandya took part at WRI Restoration Economics & Finance Webinar Series No.2

Most land use (change) decisions are still based on incomplete information about the real welfare effects (costs and benefits) because many so-called externalities (positive and negative) associated with the change in land use and management are neglected. This leads to loss and degradation of ecosystems and their services affecting human well-being. Worldwide more than 25% of the land surface is now more or less degraded (UNCCD Global Land Outlook, 2017), costing between 4 and 20 trillion US$/year in terms of damage, repair or replacement costs (Costanza et al., 2014).




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