Greenland - challenges in a changing climate and CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS), as a technology in order to mitigate climate change as well as ocean acidification are part of the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS) programme at COP 21 in Paris.
Meet our researchers at the Nordic side event and the CO2GeoNet booth:
Side Event: Greenland - challenges in a changing climate
7 December 2015: Greenland - challenges in a changing climate
At Nordic Council of Minister's Pavilion: New Nordic Climate Solutions
Talk: Greenland ice monitoring by professor Jason Box, GEUS
Details about the event:
The CO2GeoNet booth: CO 2 Capture and Storage (CCS)
1 December to 11 December 2015: CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS)
GEUS is part of CO2GeoNet, which is the European Network of Excellence on the geological storage of CO2. Meet senior researcher Niels Erik Poulsen from GEUS at the CO2GeoNet booth.
CO2GeoNet is the European scientific authority dealing with all aspects of geological storage of CO2, durably engaged in enabling the safe and efficient deployment of the CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS) technology in order to mitigate climate change and ocean acidification.
Detailed information about CO2GeoNet contribution to COP 21:
Professor Jason Box, GEUS
Phone: +45 41 14 54 28
Senior researcher Niels Erik Poulsen, GEUS
Phone: +45 91 33 37 30