Tag: climate change

Miño River as it passes through Galicia. Image: Alejandro Piñero Amerio (Wikimedia Commons).
News @en

Climate change impacts how rivers breathe

A study recently published in Nature led by an international team in which CREAF postdoctoral researcher Lluis Gómez Gener has participated, shows that river ecosystems play a valuable role in the exchange of greenhouse gases and, consequently, in the study of global climate change.

Alba Anadon digging at a site where some teabags are to be buried in the Pyrenees. Photo: Alba Anadon
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Time for tea in the study of climate change

It is said that science is often stranger than fiction and the Teabag Index initiative is a case in point. The star of this project is an object as everyday as a teabag and it is helping researchers around the world to better understand climate change. In what way?

The Minister of MITECO, Teresa Ribera, together with the Director of CREAF, Joan Pino, and several researchers from the centre.
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Minister Teresa Ribera visits CREAF

The Third Vice-President of the Spanish Government and Minister for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge (MITECO, the Spanish acronym), Teresa Ribera, visited CREAF intending to know the centre and its scientific activity.

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