The effects of climate change recorded around the globe are growing increasingly visible; the seasons are becoming blurry, we have warm winters, flooding is more frequent, and extreme events, like Filomena in Madrid, are increasing. How will this affect Spain? How can we adapt?
Isabel Zubiaurre, head of weather at La Sexta, shares with us how the consequences of climate change will modify our habits and customs: reduced water consumption, different tourist destinations, and different dates for summer holidays are just a few examples.
Don’t miss out on this thrilling talk, where she will give us the keys to understand how climate is evolving and to efficiently adapt to climate change
Duration: 90 minutes
The conferences are dynamic in format and include an opening conference, an interview, and a round of questions with the audience.
Passionate about science, communication, and teaching, Isabel Zubiaurre is head of weather at La Sexta. Working for this network, she has led special reports on the climate emergency and the volcano crisis in La Palma, also standing out for her unique communication style during the pandemic. Additionally, she has hosted on TVE and Radio Televisión Castilla y León. She holds a Doctorate in Physics from the Complutense University of Madrid, has worked at world pioneering research centres, has published articles in scientific magazines, and is co-author of Physics and Chemistry books for secondary schools.
He holds a degree in Audio-Visual Communication (2001) from the University of Salamanca. From 2016 through 2018, he was director and host of Los desayunos on TVE. He was assistant director of news on TVE, director of Canal 24 horas, director of the news website www.rtve.es, and director of the social media team for TVE’s news. He currently heads Zoom Net, TVE’s technology and digital culture programme.