CLIMATE change is the greatest threat humanity faces – and we aren’t the only ones at risk. Global warming will harm millions of other species, including iconic endangered animals such as polar bears and tigers. Despite this, conservationists often don’t take climate change into account, meaning plans to preserve these species are doomed to fail. “It’s astonishing,” says Miguel Araujo at the
La Caixa Foundation is funding a number of PhD projects in a variety of domains. I am offering one such projects for a highly motivated student in conservation biology. The project title is "Global biodiversity conservation under climate and land use change" and can be found in the link below. I look forward to receiving good applications from committed students. The projects can be searched in
Photo copyright Orlando Almeida Life interview to the "Diário de Notícias" (in Portuguese). The article can be accessed here but needs (free) registration for full access.
Interview to Club Renfe (in Spanish)
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The full interview of Miguel Araújo to the Portuguese RTP TV programme: Filhos da Nação. To watch the video click here. https://www.rtp.pt/play/p5487/e390979/filhos-da-nacao?fbclid=IwAR3mcKgAoVU5-4Tfswht1LtPltsgZ9S4R94ixAR7SBsMJAUUnTau4xyUxzM
'Las playas del Mediterráneo pasarán a ser destinos de invierno porque el calor será insoportable' Read interview here.
https://youtu.be/iS31WaKMW_Y Would you have your cancer treatment be defined by one doctor supported by the opinion of two additional referees? Surely, you would hope the treatment to follow best practice standards reached by consensus among several doctors working in the field. Surprisingly, no such standards exist in models entering biodiversity assessments, but we now provide such
Recent interview in the Spanish newspaper: "20minutos"