Climate Change: carbon sequestration and rewetting of wetlands - possible solutions?

Icelandic ecosystems are diverse and unique. A way of tackling ongoing climate change is to focus on solutions that either bind CO2 from the athmosphere or decrease the emissions. Carbon sequestration and wetland reclamation are one of the main emphasis in a recent Climate Strategy in Iceland.But how do these solutions work? In this presentation these methods will be discussed as a tool in the fight against climate change, both on local and global scale. 

Dr. Brynhildur Bjarnadóttir Lecturer at the University of Akureyri and an ecophysologist with research focus on carbon sequestration using afforestation. She has been involved in various research projects within land-ecosystems in Iceland.

Lecturer:

Dr. Brynhildur Bjarnadóttir

Lecturer at University of Akureyri

Email: brynhildurb@unak.is

 

Brynhildur is an ecophysologist with research focus on carbon sequestration using afforestation. She has been involved in various research projects within land-ecosystems in Iceland.

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