MADRID: CRÓNICA CREATIVA DE LOS 80 (MADRID: A CREATIVE CHRONICLE OF THE 80S)
During his conference and the chat afterward with cultural journalist Ana Romero, philosopher José Antonio Marina will reflect on the censorship trend that is on the rise as a result of so-called “cancel culture,” not just in the news and social media, but also in artistic circles and in society as a whole.
Manu San Félix is a marine biologist, diver, photographer, and explorer with National Geographic. He has been researching and diving in oceans all around the planet for over 30 years.
An event with professor of Contemporary Art Estrella de Diego where, starting with Lartigue and his career, she will share key points regarding the development of photography over the last century.
Presentation of a methodological guide to estimate minimum contributions to reservoirs within the context of climate change
The scientist and writer Carlos Briones shows us that the relationship between art and science has been a constant throughout the history of humanity.
In his double facet as mountain climber and scientist, Jerónimo López will be explaining at this conference how, with their particularities, the Antarctic and glaciers can help us to understand climate change.
Isabel Zubiaurre reveals the consequences of climate change.
Video of the conversation with the guru of photography.
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The importance of adaptation to climate change and the essential role of water
To celebrate World Water Day, Fundación Canal will host the live broadcast of the programme “Por fin no es lunes,” on Onda Cero. This radio variety show, directed and hosted by Jaime Cantizano, will be broadcast from Fundación Canal’s auditorium.
Drought and desertification: Two sides of the same coin?
The ongoing scarcity of precipitation causes meteorological drought, which generally affects large zones and generates the rest of droughts: hydrological, agricultural, socioeconomic, etc… Read more
The Canal Foundation has a two-fold mission: to create knowledge opportunities and to encourage caring for water. Two decades after its creation, the Foundation has helped give shape to this commitment through hundreds of activities on innovation, the environment, and culture, with the participation of nearly seven million people.
Located in Plaza Castilla, one of the main connection and meeting points in Madrid, Fundación Canal has a wide variety of spaces and facilities equipped with the newest equipment to adapt to every need.