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A group of experts will analyze the phenomenon of Climate Change from a global perspective. multidisciplinary
The Science Museum of the University of Navarra joins the Climate Summit (COP26) with a lecture series that will take place from November 9 to 19.
02 | 11 | 2021
The Science Museum of the University of Navarra has organized an lecture series with experts to address Climate Change from a approach multidisciplinary , at purpose of the Climate Summit to be held in Glasgow (UK) in early November. The series, entitled "The COP26 Climate Summit: A New Hope?", will be held from November 9 to 19.
"The goal of these conferences is to bring to society, in an informative way and from the hand of experts, a topic as complex as this and that can be approached with a approach multidisciplinary . The sessions will cover topics such as biodiversity, Economics circular, ecology, energy sources and sustainable Building ", says Ignacio López-Goñi, director of the Science Museum of the University of Navarra.
All sessions will be held in person -until fill in - at the auditorium of the Science Library building of the University of Navarra at 19:00 hours. In addition, the lectures will be broadcast via streaming on the Science Museum's YouTube channel.
This lecture series is one of the activities that are part of Science Week and is supported by the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT) / Ministry of Science and Innovation, Government of Navarra, Banco Sabadell Foundation, the project LIFEInvasaqua, and the Institute of Biodiversity and Environment of the University of Navarra.
The COP26 Climate Summit will be held in Glasgow (United Kingdom) from November 1 to 12, and will bring together representatives from different countries around the world with the aim of implementing measures to reduce global temperatures to below 1.5 ºC compared to pre-industrial levels, goal .
Panel of experts multidisciplinary
The lecture series starts on November 9th with the discussion paper of Luis Herrera, Full Professor emeritus of the University of Navarra and award Humboldt: "Ecology, Climate Change and Sixth Extinction". He will be followed on November 10 by the engineer Ricardo García, vice-president of the Technical committee of ATECYR and who will speak to the attendees about "Energy in buildings before the goal 2050". In the third workshop (November 11) the principles governing the Economics Circular will be explained by Carmen Jaca, professor and researcher at Tecnun University of Navarra. On November 12, the protagonist will be Juan Miguel González-Aranda, technical manager of development of LifeWatch ERIC and director of its Common Facility in Spain: "Climate change, ecosystem services and disruptive ICT".
On November 15, Miguel Clavero, researcher of the department of Conservation Biology of the Doñana-CSIC Biological Station (Seville), will address the topic of invasive species: "Ancient invasions: searching in the trunk of memories. Historical ecology to understand a changing world". On November 17, Jorge Lobo, professor at committee Superior de Investigaciones Científicas will give a talk on "Life"at lecture . The cycle concludes on November 19 with the discussion paper of Agustín del Prado, researcher Ramón y Cajal at the Basque Centre For Climate Change (BC3), with the lecture "Searching for the holy grail of climate neutrality in livestock farming".
All the information about the cycle can be found on the Science Museum's website.