Under the premise that we must consider “the lessons of the past to learn for the future”, the botanist, professor, researcher and director of the Chair on Climate Change at the University of Malaga, Enrique Salvo, stars today in the second teaching of the third cycle of Conferences for the Alumni Society, organized by the UMA alumni association, and has a wide calendar of presentations at the Rectorate.
The title of his dissertation, ‘Where are we from and where are we going?’, allows the speaker to trace a historical route in relation to the great territorial changes that have occurred throughout geological chronology up to the present times, and to see the future projections it faces, “taking into account the climate crisis and the models of new cities proposed on the planet, to see who we should approach Malaga.”
“The land we have in the coastal area of the province is a limited resource, and that’s why we need territorial planning that takes into account the changes that will come to us, with reflection on the present.” At this point, the researcher emphasized that 2023 “will go down in history as the year of climate records at a global level and especially on the coast of Malaga,” and concluded: “This is the bell that should serve us to be able -react immediately.”
Excursion to Los Montes
In line with the conference, Alumni UMA members will have the opportunity this Saturday to have an immersive experience, linked to the previous presentation. For this, an excursion to Los Montes de Málaga and its surroundings is scheduled to discover, with the help of Professor Enrique Salvo, the keys to a habitat “that we have at walking distance and that we need protect to protect ourselves in the face of change.” climate”.
The event will take place this Saturday, November 18, with a bus leaving from the Botanical Garden of the Teatinos university campus (Blvr. Louis Pateur, 29) at 10:00 am, with a scheduled return at 5:00 . pm There are 30 places available, it is free and the tour runs through Fuente La Reina, Venta Galwey, Alfarnatejo, Ventas de Zafarraya, Vélez-Málaga and Málaga.