We are a research centre on the causes and consequences of climate change. Led by one of the most recognized scientists in the Climate Change field -Prof. Maria José Sanz, we produce multidisciplinary knowledge to support decision making towards sustainable development at the international level.

With a multidisciplinary team, connected to the main scientific institutions, networks and socio-economic agents, for a decade, our contribution to research of climate change and to the science-policy interface puts us in a unique position to offer knowledge, tools, new methodologies and cross-cutting proposals, that we lead towards action in a collaborative framework with stakeholders, to design and help implement policies aimed at sustainable development.


To steer climate change science towards the co-production of new knowledge and the co-design of policy solutions together with other stakeholders through a solid and transdisciplinary approach, with the ultimate goal to achieve sustainable development.


BC3 mission is to strategically foster co-production of knowledge relevant to decision making by integrating environmental, socioeconomic, and ethical dimensions of climate change.


  • Over 450 articles published in scientific journals.
  • Over 450 articles published in indexed journals.
  • Over 85% of Q1 articles published over the past 5 years.
  • Over 150 books, book chapters and monographs published.
  • 80 technical reports for public and private decision-making agents.
  • 48 policy briefings published.
  • More than 130 seminars organized.
  • More than 20 scientific and training events organised.
  • Over 7,500 high school students provided with knowledge on Climate Change.


  • 33 doctorate students supervised.
  • 17 master students supervised.
  • More than 65 training activities organised.

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