About Climate Greenland

Climategreenland is the Government of Greenland’s website about climate change in Greenland. The site is intended to be a resource to help you find the people, the organisations or the information you are looking for. It also provides an overview of some of the ways in which Greenland is affected by a changing climate and how this is dealt with.

The site approaches climate change from a multidimensional perspective and hence includes knowledge and actors from a wide range of professional disciplines and backgrounds.

In addition to presenting information about current climate research in Greenland, the site provides insight into Greenland’s past and present greenhouse gas emissions and its role in different international forums. Finally, you can find information about climate adaptation and some of the opportunities that arise with a changing climate.

The site is structured around four main themes (citizen, municipality, industry, education) each providing information and links to central actors in the field.

The focal point is climate change in a Greenlandic context. As a result, the site does not provide general information about climate change or about Greenland, apart from what is indirectly or directly related to climate change and its effects.

If you would like to know more about Greenland, you can read more here, and if you are interested in learning more about climate change in general, you can find more information here.

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