All posts by: Marta Olazabal

About Marta Olazabal
Marta Olazabal, BC3 senior researcher, specialises in urban sustainability, resilience and climate change governance. She has been part of the BC3 team since 2012.

CLIC en La Galería (Radio Euskadi) con Bego Yebra – 15/11/2020

Realmente fue un gusto poder charlar con Bego Yebra sobre nuestro último estudio en su espacio #EmergenciaClimática. Hablamos sobre políticas climáticas en ciudades, sobre cómo «nos ha pillado el toro» y sobre los aspectos en los que se debería trabajar más en cuestión de políticas de adaptación al cambio climático. Os dejamos aquí el podcast: […]

Outreach, Press and media, Radio, Scientific outputs, Sin categoría

RTVE Radio 5: Reserva natural – Las grandes ciudades del mundo incumplen sus deberes climáticos – 12/11/20

Estuvimos con Josefina Maestre en ‘Reserva Natural’ programa de Radio 5 y Radio Exterior (RNE). Con el cambio climático haciéndose cada vez más presente, dos investigadoras del Centro Vasco de Cambio Climático han analizado las grandes ciudades costeras del planeta, que deberían contar con unos planes de resistencia frente a este fenómeno de calentamiento. Pero […]

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Migration in climate adaptation policies

Kimberly Hidalgo (see our collaborators) has been analysing how migration is being considered in climate change adaptation policies worlwide, using the CLIC database published in Environmental Research Letters. Migration induced by climate change has been explored as an inadvertent decision or as a policy solution in the last decades. According to the last modelling exercises, […]

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New scientific publication: A cross-scale worldwide analysis of coastal adaptation planning

There is a new publication by the CLIC team: Olazabal, M., Ruiz de Gopegui, M., Tompkins, E.L., Venner, K., Smith, R., 2019. A cross-scale worldwide analysis of coastal adaptation planning. Environ. Res. Lett. 14, 124056. In this paper (free access here), we show the current state-of-the-art in public adaptation planning affecting 136 of the […]

Scientific outputs

A May full of events

The CLIC team has been quite busy in May! Documenting adaptation initiatives is a hard work. However, it is even harder to understand what is happening behind the curtains. For this reason, during May, we did some field work in Portugal in order to understand from the stakeholders themselves, the very interesting adaptation planning process […]

ECCA 2019, Fieldwork, Happening, Portugal
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