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.
Happy to have accepted the challenge by Ricardo Garcia to co-organise this workshop for journalists. It is important that journalists acquire the competencies to communicate complex issues, like climate change, with objectivity. Thrilled that the idea was well received by EEA Grants Portugal. It will take place in February 2020 and be opened to journalists based in Portugal and Norway. The
Congratulations to Rajapandian Kanagaraj (Raja) who won a German Research Foundation (DFG: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) under the Individual Research Fellowships program to work with Miguel Araújo. Raja received his PhD from Saurashtra University, India in 2011. He did his PhD research at Wildlife Institute of India (WII) under Surendra P Goyal and at Helmholtz Centre for Environmental
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