Special report on climate change and land areas



tirsdag 12. november 2019, kl. 11:30 til kl. 15:00

Sal: Amalie Skram

Arrangør: Norsk Landbrukssamvirke

Inngang: Gratis med påmelding

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The UN Climate Panel's special report on climate change and land area says sustainable management of the land is important for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. If you want to learn more about the special report and how it should be understood when Norway should make a choice for Norwegian food production, you should visit the Literature House.

Time: 11:30 am - 3:00 pm
11.30-12: Easy lunch service
12.00-12.45: IPCC special report «Climate change and land areas», researcher Marianne Tronstad Lund, Cicero.
12.45-12.55: Questions from the Chamber
12.55-13.20: Special report on "Climate change and land areas" in a Norwegian context, Special Adviser Arne Bardalen, NIBIO
13.20-13.30: Questions from the Chamber
13.30-13.45: Coffee break
13.45-14.05: Changed food production in Norwegian areas, what is the potential? Head of Department, Senior Scientist Audun Korsæth, NIBIO
14.05-14.25: What does the special report «Climate change and land areas mean» Leader, Anja Bakken Riise, The future in our hands
14.25-14.55: Conversation / discussion between the initiators, including questions from the meeting
14.55-15.00 Thanks for attending

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