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 B. Araújo is proud to be involved and support the Calouste Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity, awarded annually, in the amount of 1 million euros. The Prize aims to recognize people, groups of people and/or organizations from all over the world whose contributions to mitigation and adaptation to climate change stand out for its novelty, innovation and impact. The
Proud to have been identified for the 6th year in a row as highly cited in the field of environmental sciences. More on the 2019 awardees here. In total, 24 researchers at he CSIC we listed in 2019.
Miguel Bastos Araújo was awarded the National Environmental Prize "Fernando Pereira" by the Portuguese Confederation of the Environmental NGOs (CPADA in Portuguese). This prize is awarded annually to outstanding personalities in the environmental conservation fields. "I am deeply honoured to have received this award by fellow environmentalists", says Miguel Araújo. "Prior to being undergraduate
As previously announced Miguel Araújo won the 2018 Pessoa Prize. This is the first time the Prize recognises someone working in the field of environmental sciences. Named after the famous writer and poet Fernando Pessoa, the Pessoa Prize is recognised as the most important cultural award in Portugal. It was created in 1987 by the newspaper Expresso and the IT company Unisys, and since 2008 the
The Pessoa Prize (Premio Pessoa) is granted annually, since 1987, to a Portuguese citizen whose contributions have been particularly relevant in the domains of arts, literature, or science. The Prize is named after Fernando Pessoa, one of Portugal's most famous writer. In 2018, the award goes for Miguel Bastos Araújo for his contributions to improving understanding of the effects of global
It is the 5th year in a row that Miguel B. Araújo is identified as highly cited in the field of environmental sciences. Who can in honesty deny the pleasure of seeing hard work being rewarded.
Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel (16 February 1834 – 9 August 1919) was a German biologist, naturalist, philosopher, physician, professor, marine biologist, and artist who discovered, described and named thousands of new species, mapped a genealogical tree relating all life forms, and coined many terms including ecology. It comes with no surprise that the European Ecological
Miguel Araújo was selected by a panel including 23 Nobel Prizes to receive the 2016 King James I Prize in the category of environmental protection. Miguel won this award for his research on the effects of climate change on biodiversity and for his science dissemination and outreach activities. The King James I Prize is one of the most prestigious awards in Spain. It is awarded every year to
Thomson Reuters has just published the 2015 list of the world’s most highly cited researchers based on papers published and cited between 2003 and 2013. Miguel Araújo was listed for second consecutive year as a highly cited research in the category of Ecology/Environment, together with other 142 leading researchers worldwide. The 2015 Highly Cited Researchers represents some of world’s most