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
"KLIMAGUNE 2017 - CLIMATE CHANGE AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT"The challenge of Klimagune 2017 – the two-yearly gathering on climate change– is to join forces in generating new transdisciplinary knowledge of climate change and transmitting it to numerous audiences by means of innovative dynamics of engagement.Its goal is to activate a framework of collaboration intended to remain permanently in place for all agents obliged to engage in action against climate change: from academia and the institutions to all citizens.Organised by BC3 (Basque Centre for Climate Change) and the University of the Basque Country, the 7th edition of this workshop will analyse forms and degrees of social engagement in regard to climate change, with contributions by some of the most respected thinkers and leaders in the field.With this call to generate networks of action in which all agents take an active part, Klimagune 2017 takes up the spirit of action following the Paris Agreements.
Inaugurated the BC3-NUT Office for coordination of the relations between Japan and Europe within the framework of Japan’s Top Global University (TGU) Project through the Nagaoka University of Technology.- The BC3-NUT Office has been officially opened at the headquarters of BC3 - Basque Center for Climate Change in Leioa. Its mission is to coordinate the relations between Europe and Japan within the framework of Japan’s Top Global University (TGU) Project together with the Nagaoka University of Technology (NUT, Japan).- The attraction of this project to THE Basque Country is the result of the collaboration between BC3 and NUT, with the aid of bizkaia: talent.
Climate change is already producing ecological, social, and economic impacts on fisheries, and these effects are expected to increase in frequency and magnitude in the future. Fisheries governance and regulations can alter socio-ecological resilience to climate change impacts via harvest control rules and incentives driving fisher behavior, yet there are no syntheses or conceptual frameworks for examining how institutions and their regulatory approaches can alter fisheries resilience to climate change.
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