Changing habits: a small step for each of us, a huge step for mankind.
Category: Energy & sustainability
Estelle Cantillon / Research Director FNRS and professor of Economics
Every small step we take as individuals helps but a real transition will require collective action at all levels. Research can help.
Valérie Wilquet / Senior Scientist
My focus of scientific research is the study, mainly the composition and chemistry, of the Mars and Venus atmosphere, using instruments onboard a satellite, in a very similar way (...)
Sam Dupont / Senior Lecturer
I am working on the "other CO2" problem: ocean acidification. As a consequence on increasing carbon dioxide emissions, the ocean is getting more acidic. I am investigating the (...)
veronique bragard / professor
I have been working on issues of decolonization in literature for many years and I have realized that it goes hand in hand with degrowth/ethics of the limits. Today, I include (...)
Herwig Leirs / Full professor, Chairman of the Board of Governors
As a biologist with strong interest in population dynamics and the ecology of infections, I am studying how environmental conditions such as weather and biodiversity affect population (...)
Christine Frison / Postdoctoral researcher & lecturer
We need to train (schools and universities) the young generation with tools to tackle the challenges we are facing. Urgent structural & political radical change is needed.
Manuel Eggen / Policy Officer
Concerns: Challenges regarding climate change, the right to food and food sovereignty are huge in Belgium. Since 1980 we have lost 68 % of our farms and the remaining farms are (...)
Mathieu Luyckx / Assistant Chief Resident / PhD student
Main concerns: We see a rise in gynaecological cancer in (very) young patient that we cannot fully explain actually - we aslo see, in Belgium especially, a important rise in (...)
Andrea Catellani / Professeur
Everything has to change: behaviors, spiritual life, political engagement... From a systemic point of view too, we have to move towards a real ecological transition.