The social commitment of environmentalism goes beyond avoiding ecological degradation and is linked to progress and social transformation. What short-term solutions are more sustainable and efficient?
Lecture by Dr. Francisco Ortega, from the Evolutionary Biology Group of the Faculty of Sciences of the UNED, Madrid.
By Carme Torras, a member of the Royal Academy of Sciences, a doctorate in computing and research professor at the CSIC at the Institute of Robotics (CSIC-UPC).
Vandana Shiva, physicist and ecofeminist activist will be speaking at the CCCB on the occasion of the Spanish publication of her most recent essay "Who Really Feeds the World?".
This lecture will talk about the improvement of future generations by altering the genetic map and transforming the concept of paternity/maternity.
Mireia Freixa, Professor of History of Art at Barcelona University, will be talking about this binomial with her dissertation.
Conference by Wai Wai Cho. The event is part of the 3rd edition of the cycle of talks and workshops «A university for the elderly» organized by the Faculty of Health Sciences Blanquerna-URL and dedicated to health issues.
Aula Mediterrània lecture by Tim Eaton, Research Fellow, Middle East and North Africa Programme, Chatham House, London.