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Filka Sekulova: «Green school playgrounds give rise to another culture, in terms of gender as well» EducationEnvironmentInterdisciplinaritySocial impactSustainability

Filka Sekulova: «Green school playgrounds give rise to another culture, in terms of gender as well»

The impacts of the climate crisis are felt every day, and are becoming more pronounced and frequent. On top of the heatwave ravaging Europe this summer there has been a slew of forest fires, many[…]

The key role of local communities in biodiversity conservation ArticlesEnvironmentSustainability

The key role of local communities in biodiversity conservation

By Isabel Ruiz-Mallén, researcher of the IN3’s TURBA Lab research group   Biodiversity conservation and climate change are two sides of the same coin. Anticipating and dealing with climate change impacts can help to deter[…]

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Intelligent Algorithms for Sustainable Transportation

  Article by Majsa Ammouriova, Leandro do Carmo and Rafael Tordecilla, researchers of the IN3’s ICSO research group.   Transportation and logistics systems represent a key element in global economics and energy consumption, and play[…]

Training educators with a rounder sense of purpose EducationEnvironmentSustainability

Training educators with a rounder sense of purpose

We are currently faced with a broad spectrum of social and environmental problems, ranging from climate change and the loss of biodiversity to the enormous inequalities that exist between countries and within our societies. Education[…]

IN3 project calculates environmental footprint of cloud services EnvironmentSoftwareSustainability

IN3 project calculates environmental footprint of cloud services

“Cloud servers consume the same amount of electricity as a medium-sized industrialized country like Spain. Therefore, in terms of energy consumption, this type of infrastructure is like having another country in the world,” explained researchers[…]