November 15, 2023

Establishing herbivory baselines: A new perspective on methane emissions in Spanish open ecosystems

Recent findings published in Landscape Ecology reveal that a considerable amount of methane emissions caused by herbivores—traditionally linked to modern livestock—could originate from natural ecosystem processes. This discovery calls for reevaluating the environmental impact of wild and domesticated herbivores.
November 10, 2023

BC3 Community Symposium – connecting and learning from one another

The first internal fully staff-organized BC3 Community Symposium, held on November 7-8, 2023 at BC3, brought together the centre’s community of technical, administrative and research staff for two days of engaging workshops and intense dialogues.
November 8, 2023

Adaptación al cambio climático en la semana de la ciencia de Bilbao

Zientzia Astea es la Semana de la Ciencia, la Tecnología y la Innovación. Como parte de BC3, IMAGINE adaptation tiene un txoko donde pediremos a los vecinos, en particular a los jóvenes, que imaginen, a través de la ilustración, un Bilbao adaptado al cambio climático.
November 2, 2023

The next Think2030 Dialogue is coming to Spain!

We are excited to announce the upcoming Think2030 Dialogue Spain happening on the 16th of November, organized by BC3, the Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP) and Elcano Royal Institute and in collaboration with the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
October 31, 2023

Nueva publicación infantil sobre medidas de adaptación al cambio climático en Euskadi

Con ocasión del Día Mundial de las Ciudades, BC3, el centro vasco de investigación sobre cambio climático, publica el cuento “Ilargiker eta bero-boladak hirian / Ilargiker y las olas de calor en la ciudad”. Se trata del segundo cuento de una colección de publicaciones infantiles cuyo objetivo es acercar la ciencia del cambio climático al alumnado de primaria del País Vasco.
October 27, 2023

BC3 apoya a la Misión de adaptación en colaboración con la plataforma citiES 2030

El 25 de septiembre, BC3 participó en una sesión sobre el alcance de la Misión de adaptación y la oportunidad de integración con la Misión de ciudades. Esta actividad se enmarca en la colaboración con la plataforma citiES 2030, impulsada por el Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica y el Reto Demográfico (MITECO), a través de la Fundación Biodiversidad,
October 16, 2023

Six BC3 researchers rank among the World’s Top 2% Scientists 2023

Stanford University recently published the list of the top 2% of the world's most influential scientists in the updated author databases of standardised citation indicators for all of science and once again BC3 researchers were ranked as the most influential researchers: Unai Pascual, Anil Markandya, Mikel González-Eguino, Ibon Galarraga and Luis Maria Abadie. Also in this ranking update, BC3 senior researcher Iñaki Arto has been also ranked as one of the most influential researchers in the world.
October 11, 2023

La gerente de BC3 Nerea Ortiz, reconocida por impulsar una investigación excelente en cambio climático

Nerea Ortiz, gerente de BC3, ha recibido el premio Human Hub Sariak 2023 en la categoría Green Science Talent por su trayectoria en BC3 y por impulsar una investigación excelente sobre el cambio climático en Euskadi.
October 11, 2023

‘Greener Fairer Transition’ – the story of a successful participatory research process

Climate policies are too often believed to increase the gap between rich and poor households or reduce the affordability of energy services. However, with the right policy design, greenhouse gas emission targets can lead to both a cleaner, more climate-friendly environment and a fairer society.
October 6, 2023

A turn needed in the carbon industry: Offsets should embrace uncertainty

The forest carbon offset market is built on the idea that you can predict exactly how much carbon a project will lock away from the atmosphere. But exact predictions are a scientific impossibility, argues a new policy research paper in Science. Instead, the market should look to other sectors that successfully manage “unknown unknowns”.