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NORDIC TALK at Glasgow: Ocean Acidification in the North East Atlantic, Arctic and Baltic Waters

04.11.21 | Arrangement
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Another reason for enhancing the ambition for CO2 emissions reduction

Informasjon

Dato
04.11.2021
Tid
11:00 - 12:00
Sted

SEC Centre, Hall 4
Exhibition Way
Glasgow
G3 8YW
Storbritannia

Type
Begivenhed

This event is part of Nordic Talks

 

Ocean acidification, caused by ocean uptake of nearly 30% of CO2 emission to-date, is impacting ocean ecosystems, fisheries and dependant societies in waters surrounding Nordic nations. High-level speakers and science experts will look to raise ambition for emissions reduction towards achieving the Paris Agreement, followed by a Q&A with the audience.

Moderator

  • Carol Turley, Plymouth Marine Laboratory

Speakers

  • Guðmundur Ingi Guðbrandsson, Minister for Env & Natural Resources, Iceland
  • Dr Bill Turrell, (Head of Environment Monitoring and Assessment, Marine Scotland)

Science panel

  • Peter Haugan, Chair of UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, former vice-Chair of the European Marine Board & Programme Director at the Institute of Marine Research, Norway
  • Richard Bellerby, Senior Researcher and Research Coordinator at the Norwegian Institute for Water Research, Norway & Director of the Centre for Marine and Coastal Climate Research, State Key Laboratory for Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University
  • Helen Findlay, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK & Chair of the Global Ocean Acidification Observing Networks (GOA-ON) Northeast Atlantic Hub
  • Melissa Chierici, Institute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway Co-chair of the Global Ocean Acidification Observing Networks (GOA-ON) Arctic Hub
  • Natalya Gallo, University of Bergen and the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research & member of the UN Ocean Decade Early Career Ocean Professionals, Norway
  • Marko Reinikainen, Air Pollution and Climate Secretariat, Sweden, & programme leader of the Baltic Ocean Acidification programme
  • Emma Susanna Turkki, Masters student in Nature Management at Copenhagen University & Member of the Danish Youth Delegate, Denmark

Organizer: Plymouth Marine Laboratory

 

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