Climate Change Fact Sheet media launch
3 September 2021
10:00 – 12:00 CEST/Berlin
11:00 – 13:00 EEST/Helsinki
Want to learn more about climate change in the Baltic Sea and get to know the latest facts? We are inviting you to attend the media launch of the Baltic Sea Climate Change Fact Sheet on 3 September 2021. Open to all media representatives and hosted by Baltic Earth and HELCOM, the event will be held online.
About the Baltic Sea Climate Change Fact Sheet
The Baltic Sea Climate Change Fact Sheet provides the latest scientific knowledge on how climate change is currently affecting the Baltic Sea and about what we can expect to happen in the future. A complete yet concise and easy to read publication, the Fact Sheet will help policy makers to include climate change considerations in their work. More broadly, it also seeks to inform the general public about the effects of climate change in the Baltic Sea.
Jointly developed by Baltic Earth and HELCOM, the Fact Sheet contains information about 34 parameters ranging from air and water temperature to marine and coastal ecosystem services, grouped into six different categories: energy cycle, water cycle, carbon and nutrient cycles, sea level and wind, biota and ecosystems, human activities, and services.
Learn more about climate change in the Baltic Sea
- What is already happening?
- What can we expect to happen in the future?
- How does climate change affect the Baltic Sea’s ecosystem?
- What are the repercussions on our human activities?
Media launch agenda
- Unveiling the Baltic Sea Climate Change Fact Sheet
- Presentation of key findings on climate change in the Baltic Sea
- Q&A with media representatives and Baltic Earth and HELCOM climate change experts
The media event is open to all media representatives and will be held online on Zoom. Register now to receive the online meeting invitation and additional meeting instructions.
About Baltic Earth
Baltic Earth is an international scientific network that aims at achieving an improved Earth System understanding of the Baltic Sea region as the basis for science-based management in the face of climatic, environmental and human impact in the region.
- Read more: https://www.baltic-earth.eu
The Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission – also known as the Helsinki Commission (HELCOM) – is an intergovernmental organisation (IGO) that was established in 1974 to protect the marine environment of the Baltic Sea from all sources of pollution.
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