As a researcher in biodiversity conservation, I am concerned with the impacts of an anthropogenic cocktail of pressures on the natural environment, including climate change.
Jean Pestieau / Prof.em.
No serious fight for global non-heating without a fight against Pentagon-NATO and their wars for oil.
Bertrand Hespel / Professor of philosophy
An ecological but desperatly derisory way of life
Alexis Merlaud / Researcher
We need more public knowledge, less irrational beliefs, and to take away the power from the corporations.
Michel Crucifix / Professor and Research Scientist
My main concern is with my area of expertise. Climate change is a concern, not so much because it will be warmer in Belgium, but because it will be an additional destabilizing (...)
Bruno Frere / Professor, researcher
My lectures at the university are concerned with the critique of capitalism and productivism as ways to make the nature and the human only resources for private money richness (...)
Emile Frison / Panel member
We must transform our food systems in healthy, sustainable food systems. We must all take action, voting for climate action and choosing healthy sustainably produced food
Alain Peeters / Director
Agroecology Development Project in Farms for Farmers, Citizens, Biodiversity and Climate.
Kobe Boussauw / Assistant Professor of Spatial Planning and Mobility
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.
Maxime Pochet / PhD researcher – renewable electrofuels
The likely three major things that influence, more or less equivalently, your CO2 footprint are your home heating consumption, your red meat consumption and your car use.