Bc3 just published this new Journal Article co-authored by Stefano Balbi. This research letter reports on a recent gathering of tourism ABM researchers to define the main challenges that face the adoption of ABM in tourism research. These include technical, communications, and novelty issues.
Nimtshreng Lepcha seeps medicinal leaves in cow urine and sprays the brew over his tomatoes. It’s the main way pests are repelled on his farm in the Himalayan foothills and across the northeastern state of Sikkim, the first in India to go fully organic.
Just after completing its change of headquarters to the University of the Basque Country Scientific Park, today 17th of June, BC3 is holding its 2016 ISAC annual meeting.
From its new headquarters BC3 aspires to plan and develop its contributions to climate change research at a moment of particular importance. Climate change has scaled the rungs of political agendas all over the world, and to manage the BC3 contribution in this stage, BC3 counts with a consultive body of independent experts created to provide advisory opinions and analysis on science to the centre.
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