Open Sessions - Auditorium Facultat de Ciències
Thursday 16 May 2019
Xavier Gabarrell and Patrizia Ziveri
Melanie Wary and Cristina Madrid
Keynote 1 Presentation
Marina Fischer-Kowalski. Paradise lost - back to a future. Sustainable Development Goals and Climate Targets: intersections and contradictions
Chair: Gonzalo Gamboa
Submissions # 5, 9, 27, 10, 28, 13, 30, 15, 24
Chair: Anke Schaffartzik
Keynote 2 Presentation
Thomas Pedersen. The push and pull of acting on global warming
Chair: Eric Galbraith
Submissions # 16, 29, 47, 20, 35, 46, 21
Chair: Robin Harder
Where is our research going? Overcoming challenges in environmental studies
Marina Fischer-Kowalski, Robert Ayres, Thomas Pedersen
Moderator: Isabelle Anguelovski
Friday 17 May 2019
Keynote 3 Presentation
Robert Ayres. Squaring the circle
Chair: Laura Talens
Submissions # 7, 17, 37, 11, 19, 23, 41, 33
Chair: Ola Stedje Hanserud
Submissions # 32, 44, 49, 34, 40, 31, 48, 39
Chair: Santiago Gorostiza
Queralt Gonzalez Martos. The European Charter for Researchers, its impact in your research and your research career.
Chair: Veronica Colombo
Works presented at the ICTASS2019
#5. Sara Mingorría & María Heras. Art, activism, education and research: Learning from cultural expressions of socio-environmental conflicts.
#7. Pablo Knobel et al. Systematic review of multi-dimensional quality assessment tools for urban green spaces.
#9. Remo Santagata. Assessing the sustainability of urban eco-systems through Emergy-based circular economy indicators.
#10. Daniel Maghanjo Mwamidi & Pablo Dominguez. Pastoral Commons as Areas of Conservation: The Case of Taita hills in South West of Kenya.
#11. Sarah Paradis et al. Effects of deep bottom trawling in sedimentary organic matter during different trawling seasons on the flanks of La Fonera Canyon, NW Mediterranean.
#12. Marta Iglesias-Émbil et al. Raw material use in electric vehicles – a sustainability assessment.
#13. Joël Foramitti et al. Comparing the performance of an emission tax and a permit market under uncertainty and bounded rationality.
#15. Théo Konc at al. Carbon pricing with endogenous social preferences.
#16. Franziska Klein et al. Environmental tax reform through a behavioural-evolutionary lens.
#17. Petra Benyei et al. The potential of citizen science school programs to reverse Traditional Agroecological Knowledge’s erosion: a case study in Catalonia.
#18. David García Del Amo et al. Including Indigenous and local knowledge in climate research. A researchers’ opinion assessment.
#19. Marta Camps, Santiago Gorostiza & David Saurí. Gardens Red and Black: The anarcho-syndicalist organization of urban agriculture in Barcelona during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939).
#20. Francesc Baró, Amalia Calderón-Argelich et al. The role of street trees benefits in the distributional environmental justice of a compact city.
#21. Irene Iniesta-Arandia, Sara Mingorría et al. How can researchers play a role in sustainability transformations within the current neoliberal academic environment?
#23. Riccardo Mastini. A degrowth critique of the Green New Deal.
#24. Michaël Grelaud, Laura Simon-Sánchez & Patrizia Ziveri. Seasonal variation of microplastics pollution in Mediterranean islands beaches as an effect of tourism.
#25. Matthew Watts (presented by Graham Mortyn). Influence of Socio-Economic, Demographic and Climate Factors on the Regional Distribution of Dengue in the United States and Mexico.
#26. Irais Vazquez et al. A Life Cycle Based Electricity Carbon Footprint: The Case of Puebla, Mexico.
#27. Carme Estruch et al. Monitoring greenhouse gasses in delta de l’Ebre paddies.
#28. Roberta Johnson et al. Ocean acidification, not warming, may reduce pteropod abundance in the Mediterranean Sea.
#29. Felipe Parada et al. Urban Agriculture: Estimation of the environmental impacts associated with different water sources, at the building and neighborhood scale.
#30. Albert Bach Pagès et al. Mediterranean Forests and Human Health.
#31. Eleonora Fanari. The rise of conflicts around protected areas as a result of a new green policies: a case study from India.
#32. Nina Clausager, Valeria Calvas et al. The Political Ecology of the Informal Recycling Sector.
#33. Antoni Mas-Ponce et al. Building socio-ecological indicators to evaluate Global Change effects on Mediterranean river basins. The study cases of la Tordera and Besòs river basins (NE Catalonia).
#34. Fulvia Calcagni et al. A tag is worth a thousand pictures: Social media metadata analysis to uncover gendered patterns of plural cultural ecosystem services values distribution.
#35. Stephen Bell et al. Abandoned agricultural soils as carbon sinks: accidental climate heroes?
#36. Kim Scherrer & Eric Galbraith. Integrating humans into a global model of the marine wild-capture fishery: small-scale fishing by coastal communities.
#37. Alexandra Pena & Maria Rosa Rovira Val. LCC method for economic assessment of urban food production. application in tomato production of an integrated rooftop greenhouse (i-rtg) in Barcelona.
#38. Miguel Mallo et al. History of Corallium rubrum biometric parameters and carbon mitigation capacity change: a meta-analysis in Catalan Sea and off Liguria
#39. Sara Miñarro et al. Differences in well-being among small-scale fisheries.
#40. Sven Pallacks. Reconstructing past dynamics of fish populations in the Mediterranean Sea.
#41. Angela Pedroso T et al. The perspective of LEDs technology as powerful lighting for the cities.
#43. Aljoša Slameršak. Will negative emissions save us from catastrophic climate change?
#44. Maribel Lozano. Dendroculture: A new tool for the interpretation of socio-ecological heritage as a conservation strategy. Case Study: Serranía de la Lindosa, Guaviare, Colombia.
#45. Cristina Madrid-Lopez. Not ageing that well: the demographic metabolism of the shale gas sector in Pennsylvania.
#46. Falilu Adekunbi and Patrizia Ziveri. Impacts of Ocean Acidification on Coccolithophores off the Southwest Coast of Nigeria.
#47. Maria V. Pastor & Ramin Soleymani-Fard. Trends in open access scholarly communication at ICTA-UAB 2011-2018.
#48. Joan Muñoz Liesa et al. Improving energy buildings metabolism: integrated rooftop greenhouses.
#49. Robin Harder et al. Re-circulating nutrients from human excreta and wastewater to biomass production: pathways, processes, and products.
Find your way to ICTASS2019 open sessions: Auditorium, School of Science.