Main concerns in their field of expertise The soil is the largest terrestrial carbon pool and slight increase or decreases in this pool will have important effects on the atmospheric (...)
Decisions impacting our planet can no longer be made ignoring science. Exciting times ahead to explore new lifestyles, and new education systems - children are the future
Universities have a major societal responsibility in the necessary transition of our societies towards a sustainable way of life. Universities must have a leading role in the (...)
Studying the way how the universe influences the life on Earth through space weather or asteroid impacts, we see, how the life is vulnerable. There have been five known mass extinctions (...)
As a lecturer in spatial planning and mobility, I am working on the connection between the built environment and sustainable mobility, and I travel as little as possible by plane.
My research area covers well-being and sustainability indicators. I also work on free (or zero fare) public transports. In my way of life, I decided not to use the car and to use (...)
I am coordinating cancer research in the University of Liège. I am personally concerned by the impact of our behavior and consumption (smoking, junk food, pesticide contaminated (...)
I am learning about climate change since 1993, I try to contribute to disseminate knowledge, and I think that a different way to share resources among humans would be needed.
Environment protection it's for your health, here and now, not for somebody, somewhere, in the end of the century
Changing our system of values so that symbols of success are no longer linked to the consumption of goods, mobility and space.