The new volume of Metode is coordinated by María José Sanz and Sérgio Henrique Faria and focuses on the many dimensions of climate change.
It is not enough to address the climate crisis: it is necessary to tackle the entire set of problems that contribute to exceeding planetary boundaries.
This is a decisive decade in the fight against climate change, both in terms of mitigation and adaptation policies.
The paper reviews the impact that COVID-19 has had on the ambitions of countries to meet the Paris Accord of reducing emissions to keep global temperature increases to below 2 ºC in this century.
Due to the climate change, seasonal differences in temperatures have become wider, and extreme weather events are becoming more common.
One of the factors is a warming of 2 °C, in recent decades, in the surface temperature of the Mediterranean. Answered by María José Estrela, full professor of Physical Geography at the UV.
Sara Moreno, Tatiana Pina and Martí Domínguez have shown the over-representation of iconic animals of climate change.
Thermal expansion of the ocean and mass loss from glaciers and ice sheets will continue to be the main contributors to the sea level rise.
There is a widespread misconception, mainly due to perverse agnogenic practices, that nutrition is hard and confusing, that we do not really know what to eat and that health professionals cannot agree.
Losing sight of climate change in the media could run the risk of strengthening the consensus for a narrative in favour of economic growth that leaves environmental issues in the background.