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2014.01.07 |

New professor is a specialist in air pollution modelling

Senior Scientist Ole Hertel has been appointed Professor with special responsibilities (MSO) in Atmospheric Modelling at the Department of Environmental Science, Aarhus University.

2013.12.17 |

New Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry

Senior Scientist Henrik Skov has been appointed Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry at the Department of Environmental Science and the Arctic Research Centre, Aarhus University. The professorship was established to strengthen research into the fate and impact of pollutants on the Arctic and globally.

2013.12.18 |

New professor specialises in air pollution

Senior Scientist Jørgen Brandt has been appointed Professor of Atmospheric Modelling at the Department of Environmental Science, Aarhus University. The professorship was established to strengthen research into air pollution and its impact on health, nature and the climate.

2013.11.27 |

Mette Termansen in new bio economy panel

Professor Mette Termansen, ENVS, has been appointed as member of the National Bio Economy Panel (Det Nationale Bioøkonomi-panel), recently created by the Danish government.

2013.11.18 |

LUNDBECK FOUNDATION’S TALENT PRIZE AWARDED TO POLLUTION SCIENTIST

Jeremy David Silver, Department of Environmental Science, Aarhus University, has been awarded the Lundbeck Foundation’s Talent Prize 2013. The prize is awarded to scientists under 30 years of age who have distinguished themselves in their field of science.

2013.07.08 |

Professor in environmental economics Mette Termansen in Science

In cooperation with an English research team, Professor Mette Termansen has paper accepted in Science about the English Ecosystem services assessment (UK NEA).

2013.07.02 |

Costs of air pollution in Europe

The news letter Science for Environment Policy published by European Commission DG Environment News Alert Service has highlighted a new scientific paper on past, present and future costs of air pollution in Europe. The principal authors of the paper are scientists from the Department of Environmental Science.

Aarhus University currently has a modest hut and air measurement facility at Station North. The major new grant now makes it possible to extend the facilities significantly.

2013.01.29 |

Aarhus University builds research station in North Greenland

Researchers from Department of Environmental Science are now making a start on setting up an ultra-modern research station right up in the northernmost part of Greenland. Here they will study climate change and its impact on the air, sea, geology, fauna and flora in the High Arctic region. Project Manager Henrik Skov, Aarhus University, expects…

2012.04.30 |

Marked reductions in Denmark’s emissions of polluting gases

Denmark’s emissions of many of the gases, heavy metals and particles reported to the UN Convention for long-range transboundary air pollution (UNECE LRTAP) have been reduced markedly in recent years.

2012.04.30 |

New Danish greenhouse emission inventory to EU and UN

Denmark’s total greenhouse gas emissions measured in CO2 equivalents have decreased by 11% from 1990 to 2010. The figure does not comprise the net contribution from forestry and land-use. If this is included the reduction is 19.4 %.

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