BC3 receives its second “María de Maeztu” accreditation of excellence
BC3, as a member of the Coordinating Panel of the Citizen Assembly for the Climate, receives the Extraordinary Prize of Environment, Climate Action and civic commitment
"The Paris Agreement goes ahead, with or without Trump" open letter edited by Bc3 Researchers Maria Jose Sanz, Mikel Gonzalez-Eguino and Ibon Galarragak published by "Campusa Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatearen aldizkaria"
Open Letter edited by BC3 researchers and published by "El Correo" newspaper, 7th of June 2017."El Acuerdo de París sigue adelante, con o sin Trump"MARÍA JOSÉ SANZ Y MIKEL GONZÁLEZ EGUINO
DIRECTORA CIENTÍFICA E INVESTIGADOR DEL CENTRO VASCO PARA EL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO
IPCC PRESS RELEASE
5 June 2017
First Lead Author Meeting for the 2019 Refinement to the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories will take place in Bilbao on 7-14 June 2017
[Bilbao, Spain, June, 2017] More than 190 experts will meet in Bilbao on June 7-14 to begin work on a new Methodology Report to update the guidelines countries use for estimating greenhouse gas emissions and removals, bringing them into line with the new requirements of the 2015 Paris Agreement.The meeting will launch the preparation of the new Report 2019 Refinement to the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories (2019 Refinement). In particular the authors will elaborate the chapter outlines, allocate tasks among Lead Authors, and decide milestones between this and the Second Lead Author Meeting, which will take place in September this year. After another two meetings in 2018, the 2019 Refinement is planned to be finalized, and be adopted and accepted by the IPCC Plenary, in May 2019.
Acknowledging the diversity of preferences, goals and motivations of individuals is key to promote the effectiveness of incentive-based conservation interventions. This paper analyses the heterogeneity of motivations to adopt silvopastoral practices, a social-ecological innovation for soil conservation and carbon emission reduction. We use Q methodology to identify smallholders' views with regard to these practices in a community in the forest frontier in Chiapas (Mexico).
Correct and reliable linkage of independently produced information is a requirement to enable sophisticated applications and processing workflows. These can ultimately help address the challenges posed by complex systems (such as socio-ecological systems), whose many components can only be described through independently developed data and model products.
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