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Press briefing – The Greenland ice sheet and climate change

Chief scientists present and discuss their current work in Greenland, contributions to the IPCC-report and wider Arctic climate change issues.
The International Press Centre (IPC) in Copenhagen is delighted to invite media to a press briefing on Thursday 14 October where chief scientists from GEUS (The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland) and DMI (Danish Meteorological Institute) present ad discuss their current work in Greenland, contributions to the IPCC-report and wider Arctic climate change issues.

There will be two presentations at the briefing followed by a Q&A.



“Denmark strengthens the monitoring of the Greenland ice sheet”

Professor Jason Eric Box, GEUS – on
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Chief Consultant Andreas Peter Ahlstrøm, GEUS – on
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”Climate change signals from the Greenland ice sheet”


Martin Stendel, phd, Climate Scientist, DMI – on
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Ruth Mottram, phd, Climate Scientist, DMI – on
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Date and time:
 Thursday 14 October from 14:00 – 15:30 CEST
Venue: The IPC, Skindergade 7, 1st Floor, 1159 Copenhagen and on-line*
Registration: Media can e-mail the IPC at 
[email protected] providing name and details of your media organisation/freelance work

*Participants will be provided with a link for on-line participation via Zoom.

Contact:

Peter Krause, IPC
E: 
[email protected]
M: +45 20 70 69 70