Unai Pascual, Ikerbasque researcher at BC3 – Basque Centre for Climate Change, has been interviewed on the radio programme Amarauna, Euskadi Irratia, on the consequences of COVID-19on climate change. According to the researcher, it is still too early to draw conclusions about the health of our planet. Pascual said it is too soon to know whether this coronavirus will have an effect on the climate emergency when the situation returns to normal, we need to analyze the results and identify the effects it will have on the energy transition and the ecology.
Unai Pascual researcher at the BC3 - Basque Centre for Climate Change was interviewed in Berria Telebista about the serious crisis the world is going through. In the words of Pascual, in this health emergency caused by the coronavirus has consecuences in all the crises that the world is going through, such as the loss of biodiversity, the economic crisis, the climate crisis... In the interview conducted by Iñaki Petxarroman, the consequences of this unknown health emergency have been discussed.
Berria egunkariak asteburu honetan koronabisurak munduri ekarriko dion aldaketaren inguruan gogoeta egin du. Horretarako jakintza arlo ugariko 30 aditu elkartu ditu aldaketa honek ekarriko duen mundu aldaketaren nondik norakoak izan daitezkeen esagutzeko. Aditu hauen artean BC3 - Basque Centre for Climate Change-ko zuzendari den María José Sanz aurkitzen da, COVID-19ak krisi klimatikoan izango dituen eraginen inguruan gogoeta egin du.
This time of a global health crisis, Marta Olazabal, BC3-Basque Centre for Climate Change Research Fellow and AXA Research Fund Postdoctoral Fellow, and Sarah Colenbrander from World Resources Institute, write an opinion article on climate change and the COVID-19 crisis and how this can be addressed in cities.Olazabal and Colenbrander's article deal with the critical point that this situation cost to cities and the new investment to handle it.
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