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Tue 05 Oct
09:00-17:00 | Roskilde
iClimate internal annual workshop 2021
Registration deadline has been extended to September 26th 2021. If you sign up after September 6th and need a hotel room please contact Center Manager Gitte B. Hedegaard gbh@envs.au.dk after you have signed up in Conference Manager. We cannot guarantee a hotel room at Prindsen for registrations after September 6th
Mon 28 Jun
09:00-20:00 | Hotel Park, Viaduktvej 28, 5500 Middelfart, 200 m from the railway station.
Technologies for a Danish Zero Greenhouse Gas Emission Agriculture
Aarhus University iCLIMATE centre is organising a one-day national workshop on technologies to reduce green-house gas (GHG) emissions from agriculture.
Tue 25 May
14:00-16:00 | Online
FRAME and iClimate Aarhus University invites to Climate webinar
Value chain analysis, technology, growth, competition and framework conditions are in focus when Frame and iClimate, Aarhus University invite to the second webinar iClimate initiative - one research-based approach to addressing business climate efforts. Together with researchers and experts from construction companies, Frame and iClimate, Aarhus University focuses on the construction sector's climate efforts. Help identify barriers, opportunities and knowledge needs for how we together can make the green agenda a lever for new development and growth in the construction sector globally, and what technologies and solutions we can both now and in the long run export to the rest of the world for compliance with World Goal # 13: Climate action.
Wed 10 Mar
14:00-16:00 | Online
Klimawebinar med Danske Maritime
De største danske maritime virksomheder debatterer med forskere fra iClimate i det første af en række webinarer om barrierer og muligheder for dansk erhvervsliv i den grønne omstilling.
Tue 20 Oct
09:00-16:00 | Virtual via Teams
iClimate Virtual Internal Workshop 2020
Aarhus University iCLIMATE centre is organising the annual internal workshop 2020 as a virtual event and invites all iClimate members to participate. Please sign up no later than October 19th 14.00pm to receive this link by email before the workshop.
Wed 01 Apr
09:30-15:00 | Aarhus
Postponed - New date will be announced in April: Brainstorming green transition research in food and agriculture
iClimate, CBIO, and iFOOD are hosting af joint brainstorm event. Join the brainstorming event on the green transitions within food and agriculture.
Wed 18 Mar
15:00-13:00 | Sandbjerg Estate Sandbjergvej 102 DK-6400 Sønderborg, Denmark
THE SYMPOSIUM HAS UNFORTUNATELY BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO THE OUTBREAK OF THE NEW CORONA VIRUS: NOSA Symposium 2020 at Sandbjerg Estate
NOSA - Nordic Society for Aerosol Research. In 2020 Department of chemistry is hosting the NOSA Symposium and iClimate is supporting the event. Please note: Staff/students from Aarhus University are to register through internal registration sheet from Marianne Glasius (glasius@chem.au.dk) - fees to be settled by internal transfer.
Mon 09 Mar
08:30-14:30 | Aarhus N, Denmark
Green Transition Research Brainstorm Event
See all information regarding this event (programme, contents, registration) from the link above.
Thu 05 Mar
15:00-18:30 | Roskilde, Denmark
Workshop on Local Sustainable Development Goals (in Danish)
This workshops invites the municipality and local companies who want to be front-runners in achieving their goals towards sustainability. Aarhus University will help you to define initiatives and solutions for three of the most relevant sustainable development goals by the United Nations (UN): Goal 6 - Clean Water and Sanitation, Goal 12 - Responsible Consumption and Production, and Goal 13 - Climate action. Please note that this event will be held in Danish and specifically addresses stakeholders in the community of Roskilde.
Fri 06 Dec
13:00-17:00 | Department of Food Science, Agrofood Park 48, 8200 Aarhus
workshop on Resilient Northern Crops
Background: Field crops are under pressure due to climate change. Knowledge on how they respond to single abiotic stress is good, but we focus on the less known effects of multiple stresses for developing future resilient crops. Wheat constitute 46% of EU’s cereal production and is predicted to move North. In Scandinavia wheat competes with barley, rye, oats and potato. The workshop aims to give an overview of some of the research on climate effects on our main field crops in the Northern region and focus on how we can develop this further. The workshop is open to scientists, companies and students with interest in future crops.

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