June 28, 2023

A time of change for BC3 – starting with its visual identity!

We are happy to announce the launch of our new visual identity, complete with a new logo, colour schemes, and typography as part of our continuing brand advancement. BC3 has grown and evolved throughout the past 15 years, and we realized it was time for a rebranding. We modified our logo to illustrate our identity today and to portray our future. We examined our organizational values and developed a brand identity that conveyed them.
June 26, 2023

BC3 releases a storybook uncovering the links between Water, Energy, Food, and Ecosystems

BC3 is excited to introduce the storybook “Let’s unravel this Knot! Water-Energy-Food guide for kids” authored by Anna Sperotto, with the support of BC3 under the MSCA project UNraveling the knoT of the Water-energy-food nexus usIng ecosySTems services (UNTWIST).
June 15, 2023

What’s sustainable grazing? The science of shepherding

BC3 researcher Elena Galán took part in the 19th of May at the Herder festival and herder-scientist gathering – an especial encounter between shepherds and scientists in Olaszfalu, Hungary that congregated more than 30 participants.
June 13, 2023

The ISS Symposium 2022 report is out!

The International Glaciological Society (IGS) has released the final report of the Ice in a Sustainable Society (ISS) Symposium to celebrate the first anniversary of the event, organised by Ikerbasque professor at BC3 Sérgio Henrique Faria on 5-10 June 2022 in Bilbao, Spain.
June 8, 2023

Adaptation strategies for climate change impacts on international tuna fisheries

BC3’s Climate Adaptation To Shifting Stocks (CLOCK) project, funded by an ERC Starting Grant, focuses on the profound transformations occurring in the world’s oceans due to climate change, specifically in international tuna fisheries. The project’s goal is to understand and address the impacts of climate change on marine ecosystems and the livelihoods of those dependent on them.
June 7, 2023

María Jose Sanz, directora científica de BC3: “Necesitamos nuevas políticas de evaluación de la investigación científica para mejorar la carrera investigadora”

María José Sanz, presidenta de la Alianza SOMMa y directora científica de BC3, inauguró las jornadas de reflexión sobre el 10º aniversario de la Declaración de San Francisco sobre la Evaluación de la Investigación (DORA) el pasado 17 de mayo en Bilbao.
June 5, 2023

Co-investigando el problema del Mar Menor con actores locales

Entre mayo de 2022 y febrero de 2023 tuvo lugar el proceso de investigación ‘Construcción Colectiva de Conocimiento en torno al Mar Menor y el Campo de Cartagena’ con 8 actores locales del territorio, co-facilitado por Paula Zuluaga Guerra y Violeta Cabello Villarejo. Compartimos dos documentos que recogen los principales aprendizajes de nuestra reflexión colectiva con los y las participantes respecto a la crisis del Mar Menor, así como los nuestros como investigadoras y co-facilitadoras del proceso respecto a cómo fomentar la participación social en este contexto.
June 5, 2023

BC3 takes the first steps to build the centre’s first sustainability plan

BC3 is working on a sustainability and mobility plan, with the aim to pave the way towards decarbonisation and promote the efficient use of the centre’s resources.
May 31, 2023

A just world on a safe planet: First study quantifying Earth System Boundaries

Humans are taking colossal risks with the future of civilization and everything that lives on Earth, a new study published in the journal Nature shows. Developed by an international science commission engaging more than 40 researchers from across the globe, the scientists deliver the first quantification of safe and just Earth system boundaries on a global and local level for several biophysical processes and systems that regulate the state of the Earth system.
May 29, 2023

BC3 y UPV/EHU organizan el congreso ‘Mirando a las raíces: carbon farming’ de Red Remedia

El X Remedia Workshop, organizado conjuntamente por BC3 y la UPV/EHU, ha tenido lugar los días 11 y 12 de mayo en Bilbao. Bajo el lema “Mirando a las raíces: carbon farming”, este evento ha reunido en la capital vizcaína a 88 expertos y expertas a nivel estatal y de países hispano-hablantes con interés en el estudio de la mitigación de gases de efecto invernadero en el sector agroforestal que forman parte de la iniciativa científica Red Remedia.