As Geographer, I feel honoured to have been nominated as honorary member of the Portuguese College of Biologists (Ordem dos Biólogos) together with the Ciência Viva Programme (national science communication's programme) and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. At the the awarding ceremony on the 12th of February 2020 my talk was: "Planetary Metabolism and Sustainability".
Miguel Araújo is participating in a round the table discussion at the NOVA University of Lisbon's School of Business and Economics to talk about EU's new Green Deal. Registrations here.
Photo by Miguel Araújo (Guys fulvus in Monfrague) Of the many problems confronting society on the veil of the 21st Century, one of the gravest is the likelihood that modern humans may so change the intrincate workings of the earth's ecosystems that they will no longer be able to provide the support that human culture requires for its existence. Yet, our ability to understand and predict the
Miguel Araújo will give provide a plenary talk at the upcoming International Conference "Biodiversity of the Tropical Andes and the Amazon Rainforest" (15-18 October 2015). He will be speaking about the next-generation forecasting models of biodiversity under climate change and the need to better understand the role of biotic interactions in species and community dynamics. Miguel is thrilled