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Environmental Science

Seminar: “Let’s Talk About the Environment: Management in the Industry”

Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València is orgnazing the Seminar: “Let’s Talk About the Environment: Management in the Industry”, which brings together representatives from the industry, public administration, scientists and professionals, on Wednesday, June 26th in the Aula Magna, from 9 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The event is aimed at all those interested […]

Community Composting as a Tool for Sustainability in Small Towns

compostaje reciclado Muro de Alcoy

According to the 2016-2022 National Waste Management Plan (PEMAR, for its Spanish initials), organic matter represents 47% of the all-in-one bag, or of the remaining fraction. Therefore, in addition to being the fraction with the highest specific weight within the garbage bag, it is also the fraction that, due to its nature, requires a high […]

Doctors in Environmental Sciences from Campus Gandia Conduct a Study on the Serpis River

Virginia Garófano Gómez and Isabel Gadea Pérez are PhDs in Environmental Sciences and both completed their doctoral dissertations at the IGIC Institute of the Campus Gandia. They have drafted a research report for the Rural Development Center La Safor (Beniarjó), which is part of the scientific-technical research projects of the Confederation of Rural Development Centers […]

A Research Project from Campus Gandia UPV Analyzes Damage by Dolphins to Artisanal Fishing

Promoting the recovery of the cetacean populations of the Mediterranean Sea while working for the survival of artisanal fishing. This is the objective of the research project carried out by Blanca Feliu Tena for her Master’s Thesis at the Universitat Politècnica de València, titled “Study and Assessment of Damages from the Interaction Between Cetaceans and Artisanal […]

Associations, University and Municipalities Join Forces to Protect the Serpis

Associations, university, municipalities and people interested in the conservation of the Serpis River are invited to meet on Friday September 21st from 12.30 to 2.30 PM in the Graduate Hall of Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV). The discussion will focus on the present and the future of the Serpis River and […]

The Portuguese Man O’Wars Invading the Mediterranean Will Die off as Summer Progresses

The invasion of Portuguese Man O’Wars in the Valencian coast has caused a great deal of alarm. We asked Ainara Ballesteros, researcher at a reference center, the Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM-CSIC), to dispel our doubts. Ainara Ballesteros studied the Master’s Degree in Assessment and Environmental Monitoring of Marine and Coastal Ecosystems at the UPV. 

UPV Research Project Predicts Significant Reduction of Available Water Supply in the Serpis River

The dramatic impact of climate change will reduce the amount of available water supply in the Serpis River. This is one of the conclusions of the research project titled “Adaptation to Global Change: Integrated Management of the Environmental Flow Regime for the European Eel and Valencia Chub Habitat Against Invasive Species”, sponsored by the Biodiversity Foundation […]

The UPV Develops a Low-Cost System to Achieve More Sustainable Aquaculture

Contributing to more sustainable aquaculture: this is the ultimate objective of the dissertation authored by Oliva native, Lorena Parra, and supervised by the the research professors from the Campus Gandia of the UPV, Jaime Llore and Miguel Rodilla. In this regard, the thesis paper presents the design and development of low-cost sensors for fish farms, with very low energy consumption […]

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