Our experts speak about climate change on the occasion of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21)

Enrique Baquero, Arturo Ariño, Jesús Miguel Santamaría and Juan José Irigoyen address this problem from their specialties

29/11/15 21:06 Laura Juampérez

Is climate change affecting the movement of species? Is biodiversity threatened by climate change? What is the relationship between climate change and air quality? How plants respond to climate change?

Four professors from the School of Sciences of the University of Navarra discuss some of the keys to climate change on the occasion of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21, Paris). From zoology and biodiversity study, to analyze the quality of the air we breathe or how is affecting the rise in temperature to some crops such as vines, Enrique Baquero, Arturo Ariño, Jesús Miguel Santamaría and Juan José Irigoyen analyze these variables in an informative and accessible way.

Additionally, Professor Luis Herrera has published the article "About the upcoming climate summit", which is available on the website of the School of Sciences.

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