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
Tras la caída histórica de las emisiones de gas de efecto invernadero (GEI) en 2020 a consecuencia de la crisis socioeconómica derivada de la expansión de la COVID-19 y el repunte de 2021, surgen numerosas dudas sobre si en el contexto de recuperación económica y crisis energética de 2022 las emisiones habrán seguido la tendencia al alza del año anterior o, si por el contrario, se habrán estabilizado.
The Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3) offers a 3-year PhD research position as part of the research project BIOTraces - Biodiversity and Transformative Change for Plural and Nature-Positive Societies (GA: 101081923), funded by the European Commission under the call HORIZON-CL6-2022-BIODIV-01-09, and which has the estimated duration of four years. The PhD will be undertaken in collaboration with the Centre for Science, Technology & Policy Studies of the University of Twente, the Netherlands.
Dr Alessandro Silvestri graduated with a thesis entitled “The transition towards low-carbon mobility: policies measures and consumer behaviour” today at Sarriko's Faculty of Economics and Business (UPV/EHU). Dr Silvestri has participated in the H2020 project Enable, as well as the La Caixa Fundation Enerpolis project. Dr Silvestri's thesis has been supervised by Professor Alberto Ansuategi Cobo (UPV/EHU) and Dr Sébastien Foudi (BC3).
The new BC3 EU-funded project Biodiversity and Transformative Change for plural and nature positive societies (BIOTraCes) which has just begun aims to boost biodiversity across Europe. To tackle nature-related, societal and local policy issues, researchers will perform nine case studies across Europe.
Dr Elena Lopéz Bernabé graduated with a thesis entitled “Understanding energy efficiency in households and hotels in Spain: a combination of methods to account for stakeholders views” today at Sarriko's Faculty of Economics and Business (UPV/EHU). Dr Lopéz Bernabé has participated in the H2020 projects Coseed and Enable, as well as the La Caixa Fundation Enerpolis project. Dr Lopez Bernabé's thesis has been supervised by Professor Ibon Galarraga (BC3/UPV-EHU) and Professor Pedro Linares (ICAI).
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