The Balearic community, due to the inherent conditions of its insularity, has been always aware of the consequences of climate change and global warming, and maintains a strong commitment to the study of this phenomenon.
The LINCC UIB has been created in order to promote interdisciplinary collaboration between its constituent groups of researchers. This institution aims to become a favourable space for the coordination of the multiple research areas ↗ existing in our university.
The University of the Balearic Islands has become a leading academic institution when it comes to the study of climate change. This is certainly evidenced by its extensive academic research on the matter, and the more than one hundred and sixty publications ↗ made by several researchers from our University.
The majority of the Laboratory members have participated in numerous international, European, regional and local projects ↗ , and have been part of the most prestigious congresses, scientific meetings and specialized symposiums worldwide.