Pablo Angel Meira Cartea

Professor of Environmental Education (EA) at the University of Santiago de Compostela. Member of the Research Group on Social Pedagogy and Environmental Education (SEPA). His research focuses on the study of the theoretical and methodological bases of EE, the design and evaluation of EE public policies, the social representations of climate change, and education and communication to respond to the climate emergency. María Barbeito Prize for Pedagogical Research (2009). Director of the Resclima Project ( ). Co-founder and former president of the Galician Environmental Education Society. Promoter and member of the Rede Lusófona de Educação Ambientaland the Network of International Researchers for Environmental Education and Climate Justice (REAJA). Author and co-author of more than 200 publications in books and magazines, including Environmental Education and Human Development (2001), In Praise of Environmental Education (2005), Comunicar el Cambio Climático (2009), Climate Change, Education and Communication: A Critical Perspective on Obstacles and Resistences (2010), Society in the face of climate change. Knowledge, assessments and behaviors in the Spanish population (2009, 2011 and 2013), Transition communities and the glass ceiling of environmental sustainability policies at three universities (2017), Climate literacy among university students in Mexico and Spain (2017), Climate Change and Education (2019).