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Nordic Blue Carbon is a research project funded by the Norwegian Environment Agency on climate adaptation, carbon capture and long-term storage in blue forests in the Nordic region. NIVA is in charge of the project and GRID-Arendal has been contracted to produce a multimedia communications package on the importance of Blue Carbon in the Nordic region.


The project, funded by the Norwegian Environment Agency, through the Nordic Council of Ministers, is led by the Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA), in cooperation with the Institute of Marine Research (IMR), GRID-Arendal, Aarhus University (Denmark), Åbo Akademi University (Finland) and the University of Gothenburg (Sweden). The three institutions NIVA, IMR and GRID-Arendal together comprise the Norwegian Blue Forests Network (NBFN).

Status: In progress

Type: Marine

Programme: Marine Environment

Tags: Saltmarsh Seagrass Marine environment Marine Biodiversity Kelp blue carbon

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