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Kulturnatten i Klima-, Energi- og Forsyningsministeriet

V. Klima-, Energi- og Forsyningsministeriet - med Klimaminister Dan Jørgensen

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”Not because it’s easy, but because it’s hard”: Denmark will reduce greenhouse gases by 70% by 2030 Minister of Climate, Dan Jørgensen, is in charge of the Government’s goal to reduce greenhouse gases by 70% by 2030. But why is it so hard, and what will it take to achieve the target? St...

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”Not because it’s easy, but because it’s hard”: Denmark will reduce greenhouse gases by 70% by 2030
Minister of Climate, Dan Jørgensen, is in charge of the Government’s goal to reduce greenhouse gases by 70% by 2030. But why is it so hard, and what will it take to achieve the target? Stop by the Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities and learn more about the task at hand. Get a chance to meet those who can answer some of these questions and give us your own recommendations.

 

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18:00 - 23:00

Drone discovers groundwater seepage to the surface

Understand how the climate influences the groundwater. See how the thermal camera on GEUS’ drone discovers groundwater seeping to the surface by taking photos of the surface temperature. It is important to find the groundwater, since it causes flooding problems, and the climate changes will only accelerate those problems.

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18:00 - 23:00

Future solutions: Making fuels from windpower?

The Danish Energy Agency shows what our future renewable fuel production can look like. Come and see how windpower turns water to hydrogen, and find out why CO2 can be an important part of electrofuels. Learn about the history and latest predictions of the future Danish energy system and new technological development quantum leaps. (In Danish).

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18:00 - 23:00

Greenland ice sheet and climate–what is happening?

Here you can: • Meet a glaciologist from GEUS • Find out more about ice, snow and field work in Greenland • Learn about the monitoring of the Greenland ice sheet • Understand more about the Greenland ice sheet, how fast it flows and why it melts.

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18:00 - 23:00

Green minerals for a green future

The climate change adaptation requires a transition to green technology that will consume large quantities of mineral raw materials. Which metals are ¢green¢ and in which minerals do they occur? Do we have enough of these geological resources, and can Greenland contribute some of the necessary mineral resources to this clear energy transition?

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18:00 - 23:00

The Danish Climate Atlas and the impact on us

Hear about the Danish Meteorological Institute's new Danish Climate Atlas, which is a tool for municipalities' climate adaptation efforts. The Danish Climate Atlas provides data and maps of projected future temperature, rainfall and sea levels. Explore how much it will rain in year 2050 where you live or how water levels will increase.

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18:00 - 23:00

Climate change in Greenland

Climate scientist and glaciologist Ruth Mottram from the Danish Meteorological Institute talks about climate change in Greenland, the health of the ice sheet and the tools scientists use to study it.

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18:00 - 23:00

CO2 storage in the subsurface

Materials in Danish.

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18:00 - 23:00

A look at Aarhus in 3D

A digital 3D-model enables planning the development of our country in an intelligent way. The visualization of urban areas in a lifelike databased model serves multiple purposes: Planning focusing on e.g. energy efficiency, placement of renewable energy infrastructure, resource optimization and improving dialogue between government and citizens.

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18:00 - 23:00

Youth Climate Council

Meet and exchange ideas with the Youth Climate Council

Time
19:00 - 19:30

Lecture: Greenland Ice Sheet and climate

Gain knowledge on the role of the Greenland Ice Sheet in the climate system. GEUS’ glaciologist presents the monitoring of the Greenland Ice Sheet and explains why and how much the Greenland Ice Sheet melts right now. (In Danish.)

Time
21:00 - 21:30

Lecture: From climate models to rising groundwater

Global and regional climate models point to rising groundwater near the terrain due to increased winter precipitation, and this development is already underway. Learn about the groundwater and hear how we in GEUS model the hydrological cycle and what we do to improve forecasts and degree of detail. (In Danish.)

 

Time
21:30 - 22:00

Climate models and future climate change

Climate scientist Rasmus Anker Pedersen from the Danish Meteorological Institute will inform you about climate change, what a climate model is and how it is used to learn more about the climate in the future

 

Dan Jørgensen (S)

Medlem af Folketinget, Socialdemokratiet

Klima-, energi- og forsyningsminister

Klima-, Energi- og Forsyningsministeriet, Holmens Kanal 20
1060 København K

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