I do not think that there are environmental concerns specific to my field.They are in common with all fields in biological, chemical and biomedical sciences, but here is clearly (…)
We Change For Life is a project initiated by three scientists,
biologists or climatologist, who wish to raise public awareness about
the emergency to take action to ensure the livability of our planet.
Although the Anthropocene and climate change are widely known as scientific issues, they are also significant cultural problems. In literary criticism and ecocriticism, the main (…)
Expert in biodiversity, changing towards a sustainable way of life since 30 years, convinced that sustainable living brings happiness and happy to share experiences.
My main concerns about climate change in my researches are the melt of the Greenland ice sheet and the associate sea-level rise. I reduce my carbon footprint in many ways.
My concern, which sometimes keeps me awake at night, is that we, humans, are threatening the very inhabitability of the only inhabitable planet in the solar system
250 scientists testify about the changes they put into practice in their life to better respect our environment
I have noticed worrying changes in my garden, including a decrease in the number of birds, insects, bees, and amphibians, … Many changes are needed.
I’m working on adressing climate change from the fundamental understanding of global forest ecology.
I study the impact of climate change on the global state of forests (carbon (…)
I’m working as an ecologist studying the effects of climate change on terrestrial ecosystems and I’m especially concerned about the speed of which climate change is happening at (…)
As an oceanographer, my main concern is the adverse impact of overfishing, microplastics, habitat degradation, sea water temperature rise, acidification, eutrophication, chemicals (…)
The main concern is that a lot of consumption decisions are made without a lot of thought and even if we think about it, there is an overload on contradictory information on how (…)
Like in Denmark, let the nation invest in its future (not only elites) : lower taxes for financial investments in green energy (wind, solar), permaculture and new living models.
As a researcher I was involved in the coordination of a national climate project studying the effect of climate change on multiple aspects of our society. It was concluded that (…)
I have worked for more than 40 years on the challenges to food security in Africa. The main challenge to agriculture and natural resources management in Africa today is to find (…)
Protecting biodiversity requires a rethinking of our economy and policy
For my research I analyse future timeseries of modelled variables such as temperature and precipitation. These climatological variables are obtained from a regional climate model (…)
Year after year, alpine glaciers are receding due to climate change. Far less visible, but equally important, is the thawing of the frozen underground, called permafrost.
Trying to mobilize all actors to get out of fossil fuels and prepare a post-oil possibly post-collapse more inclusive and “feminine” civilization inspired by “Life Principles”