junio, 2018

15jun20:00Climate change, millions of people at riskVíctor Viñuales / Valeria Bello / Pedro Vega / Consuelo Bautista - Pres. Laura Lizancos20:00 Central Tent

Detalles del evento

Víctor Viñuales, sociologist, co-founder and Director of Ecología y Desarrollo.

Victor Viñuales

Vice-president of the Spanish Global Compact Network, member of the Social Council of INDITEX and of the Panel of Experts on sustainability of Sol Meliá. Associate Professor of the Senior Management Programme in Corporate Responsibility at IE Business School since 2007. Member of the Advisory Council of the Biodiversity Foundation. Member of the Advisory Board of Triodos Bank España, of the Advisory Board of CREAS Fondo Social. He is a member of the Advisory Council of the Cooperation Fund for Water and Sanitation of the Government of Spain, of the Consultation Panel on Transparency and Active Listening of Ecoembes and a member of the Advisory Council of the Hazlo posible Foundation.

He is the author of “Caja de herramientas para los constructores del cambio” (2008) and co-founder of “Sabores Próximos”, an organic farming company.

Dra. Valeria Bello, Researcher at the United Nations University Institute for Globalisation, Culture and Mobility.

Valeria Bello

Valeria Bello is Senior Research Fellow at the United Nations University Institute on Globalisation, Culture and Mobility (UNU-GCM; and one of the two “featured expert”  of the United Nations University for the Sustainable Development Goal number 10: “Reduced Inequalities”.

She is author of the book “International Migration and International Security. Why Prejudice is a Global Security Threat” (Routledge 2017), in which she analyses the root causes of different forms of forced migration, and she has collaborated as an expert on migration, prejudice and human security with several national governments and with the United Nations Headquarters in New York, and several other agencies of the United Nations, including the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the UN Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute, and the Public Communication Departments of the UN.

She is currently a Governing Council Member of the European International Studies Association and she has been coordinator of the research project PACIFIC which has considered the main political challenges of environmentally induced migration and the consequences in terms of migration and human security that climate change entails for the individuals, peoples and communities living in the Pacific Islands.

Moderator: Pedro Vega (UDC)

Pedro Vega

Pedro Vega Marcote, Professor of Environmental Education and Sustainable Development and Experimental Science Teaching at the Faculty of Educational Sciences of the University of A Coruña (UDC). He has carried out research in Training of Teachers, Sustainability and Innovations in Climate Change Education, the Ecological Footprint and reduction of Emissions of Greenhouse Gases.

Drive: Consuelo Bautista

Born in Barcelona, 9th of August of 1966.

Head of Radio Coruña Cadena Ser Information Services since 1993 until now.

Degree in Information Sciences –Journalism- from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 1984-1989.

Degree in Marketing and Advertising from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. 1984-1989.

Assistant doctoral dissertation on Banking Marketing 1985-1988.

Ondas Award in 2003 for the coverage of Prestige with the information services of the Cadena SER.

Director of the Professorship of Radio Coruña Cadena SER, University of Coruña.

Co-director of the postgraduate course in radio communication Radio Coruña Cadena SER, Faculty of Communication Sciences.

Presents: Laura Lizancos (Families for peace)

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Hora

(Viernes) 20:00

Localización

Central Tent

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