The 1st edition of the MOOC “Geographical analysis of natural risk: Perceive, plan and manage uncertainty” has concluded and we want to thank you for your interest and participation in it.
Thank you very much for making us confident and for sharing your experience, but also for sharing your suggestions, which will undoubtedly help us to be more competitive and be up to the audience, increasingly prepared and demanding.
Sandra Ricart and María Hernández Course coordinators and teaching team leaders
The Wageningen University & Research (WUR) hosted between June 24 and 26 the kick-off meeting of the SIMTWIST European project (Simulating tourism water consumption with stakeholders), selected in the Water JPI 2018 Closing the Water Cycle Gap call. The Interuniversity Institute of Geography (University of Alicante, UA), together with the Department of Civil, Chemical, Environmental, and Materials Engineering (Università di Bologna, UNIBO), are the project partners duly coordinated by the Department of Environmental Sciences (WUR), that lasts for 3 years (starting on June 1, 2019).
THE PROJECT "Elaboration of the specifications of the preparation of the geographic information content for the cartographic resources website of the National Geographical Institute" (Ref. CNG1-16T) was developed during the years 2016 and 2017 by the Group of Didactics of the Geography, the Interuniversity Institute of Geography (IIG) and the National Geographical Institute (IGN) and has enabled the development and publication of a section on the IGN Web dedicated to Educational Resources (https://www.ign.es/web/ign/portal/recursos-educativos).
The researcher Sandra Ricart, from the Water and Territory research group, linked to the Interuniversity Institute of Geography of the University of Alicante, has been recognized with the 2018 World Championship in Earth Sciences (Irrigation). With this distinction, IASR recognizes Dr. Sandra Ricart among World's 500 most influential experts in Applied Science for the year 2018. Congratulations!