- 13 from June 2021 from 10:20 to 11:00
- In person (by prior registration)
A future without amphibians
Micro-talks by María Puig, Institute of Agri-Food Research and Technology (IRTA).
Amphibians are the most endangered animals on Earth, mainly due to the emergence of chytridiomycosis, a disease caused by fungi called chytridiomycosis. The loss of biodiversity directly affects our health and well-being, and it is up to us to remedy it.
Art, science and biodiversity
By Joan Vallès, EtnoBioFiC research group at the University of Barcelona (UB) and the Botanical Institute of Barcelona (IBB-CSIC), and Claudia Machuca, Quo Artis Foundation.
The Roots & Seeds XXI project seeks to promote actions and commitments towards sustainability through the use of artistic and scientific practices and approaches. Thus, with the union of art and science, it wants to contribute to create a more sustainable future and encourage habits that care for our environment. Come and meet him.
SOS Biodiversity! The planet needs you
By Ylenia Cañadas Mayoral, Gabriel Mochales Riaño and Adrián Talavera Payan, Institute of Evolutionary Biology (IBE-CSIC-UPF).
Did you know that the Earth is experiencing a sixth mass extinction caused by human activity? Come to these talks and find out why it is vitally important to conserve biodiversity in our changing world and what you can do about it.
Presented by Miriam Rivera, with the collaboration of the Associació Catalana de Comunicació Científica (ACCC).