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Save the date! Baltic Sea and Climate Change – seminar and capacity-building day for journalists on 9 Oct 2018

The Baltic Sea and Climate Change – seminar and capacity-building day for journalists
When? Tuesday 9 October 2018 at 8.30–16.30 (exact times TBC)
Where? University of Helsinki’s Tvärminne Zoological Station, Hanko (bus transport from Helsinki city centre)

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The seminar will be hosted by University of Helsinki’s Tvärminne Zoological Station. © Kuva: Tvärminne Zoological Station

What are the consequences of increasingly low oxygen levels in the Baltic Sea resulting from climate change and human actions, and what is the solution to these problems? How is the nutrient cocktail in our coastal waters changing? How can we reduce the load on the Baltic Sea through nutrient recycling? What does the future of the Baltic Sea region look like in the light of climate change and socio-economic factors?

Join us for a training day addressing these and other key issues concerning the Baltic Sea and climate change. This is an excellent opportunity to get an overview of the latest research and data on how climate change affects the Baltic Sea and what kinds of response and adaption resources are available. The speakers are top researchers from Finland and other countries in the Baltic Sea region.

Be sure to save the date now! More information about the programme will be sent out after the summer holiday period.

Warm summer greetings,

Baltic Sea Communication Network of Finland

Inquiries and more information:
Academy of Finland Communications
Aino Laine, Communications Coordinator
tel. +358 295 335 007
aino.laine@aka.fi

Information about the The Baltic Sea Communication Network of Finland.
Published 2018-06-15 at 13:49, updated 2018-06-15 at 15:07

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