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Environment - Research Management - 26.10.2022

Environment - Life Sciences - 13.10.2022
RESMED project proposes new fishing management tools for the Pyrenean marine coastline
RESMED project proposes new fishing management tools for the Pyrenean marine coastline
The Pyrenean marine coastline has a high biological connectivity between fish populations that move around different habitats at a regional scale, according to the RESMED project (2019-2021), an init

Environment - Campus - 05.10.2022

Environment - 12.09.2022

Health - Environment - 06.09.2022
Researcher Raquel Soler analyses the relationship between exposure to manganese and arsenic, and child neuropsychological development
Researcher Raquel Soler analyses the relationship between exposure to manganese and arsenic, and child neuropsychological development
Raquel Soler, researcher of the Valencia cohort of the INMA Project (Childhood and Environment, -Infancia y Medio Ambiente- in Spanish), which studies the role of environmental pollutants on children

Campus - Environment - 14.07.2022
UB sustainability roadmap approved
Institucional The first ordinary session of the Governing Council of the 2021-2022 academic year took place today.

Environment - Life Sciences - 08.07.2022
Knowing and protecting the marine biodiversity in Catalonia with acoustic telemetry and citizen science
Knowing and protecting the marine biodiversity in Catalonia with acoustic telemetry and citizen science
The behaviour and movements of many marine species in the different marine ecosystems is still quite unknown.

Environment - Transport - 05.07.2022
A report analyses the impact of MOTs on road safety and the environment
This Monday, the Duque de Santomauro Automobile Vehicle Safety Institute (IVSA, in its Spanish acronym) of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) presented the results of the study on the "Contr

Computer Science - Environment - 30.06.2022
The University of València partners with Microsoft Research to develop Artificial Intelligence models for food security
The University of València partners with Microsoft Research to develop Artificial Intelligence models for food security
Microsoft Research has decided to fund a project in collaboration with the Universitat de València and the University of Reading (UK).

Earth Sciences - Environment - 09.06.2022

Environment - Earth Sciences - 30.05.2022

Environment - 19.05.2022

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 18.05.2022

Innovation - Environment - 17.05.2022
The European Innovation Council supports E.T. PACK-Fly, a project to mitigate space debris
The E.T.PACK-Fly consortium, coordinated by the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) and made up of the University of Padova, the Technical University of Dresden (TU Dresden), the Sp

Environment - 01.04.2022
Stop ghost fishing: more than 100 extraction operations of lost fishing gears in the Catalan coasts
Stop ghost fishing: more than 100 extraction operations of lost fishing gears in the Catalan coasts
The Catalan coasts have undergone a total of 102 extraction operations of lost fishing gears in the seafloors since 2009, when the first removal of lost gears took place in the Montgrí, Illes Medes a

Earth Sciences - Environment - 31.03.2022
Geo-debate: coexistence with a volcano
Geo-debate: coexistence with a volcano
Can we anticipate an eruption? How is an active volcanic area monitored? What are the tools scientists work with during a volcanic episode? How is a communication crisis handled in the midst of such

Environment - Social Sciences - 28.02.2022
Droughts and rising sea levels are the impacts of climate change that will most affect the Mediterranean basin
Droughts and rising sea levels are the impacts of climate change that will most affect the Mediterranean basin
Human-induced climate change is causing a dangerous and generalized perturbation in nature and it is affecting the life of billions of people worldwide.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 23.02.2022
A scientific study recommends excluding and moving offshore wind farms away from the protected areas in the Mediterranean
A scientific study recommends excluding and moving offshore wind farms away from the protected areas in the Mediterranean
A scientific team on marine sciences and geography of the University of Barcelona, the University of Girona (UdG), the Centre for Advanced Studies of Blanes (CEAB-CSIC) and the Institute of Marine Sc

Environment - 18.02.2022
Fossil fuel industry can’t rely on carbon capture and bioenergy to save its assets
If we want to keep global heating below 2ºC, many fossil fuel plants need to be unusable. Specifically, we would need for these plants to reduce the electricity production at least by 267 PWh (the equivalent of ten times the global electricity production in 2019).

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 10.02.2022
How to improve crop management in organic horticulture
How to improve crop management in organic horticulture
Sowing crops with agroeconomical services, that is, with benefits for the global ecosystem in crop practices is an efficient strategy for improving environmental sustainability.