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Norwegian Blue Forests Network (NBFN): Annual Report 2019

21 Aug 2020

In order to better convey the importance of blue forest ecosystems within Norway, there is a need to develop communications products targeting the Norwegian general public and informed citizens, rather than scientists and policymakers. The project started analysing the needs and making a list of options for an improved communication package for the network. The aim of the communication package is to inform the general public about blue forests ecosystems and their value. The package includes a flyer about blue forests ecosystems, a PowerPoint presentation, a photo library and videos.


The NBFN held an event during Arendalsuka in partnership with Raet National Park. With speakers from GRID-Arendal, the Institute or Marine Research, NIVA and the National Park Manager, the evening sailing tour showcased the blue forest ecosystems of Raet National Park. It was a very successful event with the boat sailing at full capacity (70 people).

Status: Completed

Type: Project Annual Reports

Year of publication: 2020

Publisher: GRID-Arendal

Place of publication: Arendal

Tags: NBFN Norway Blue Forests

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