The Department of Environmental Science provides research-based consultancy services for the public sector and industry via DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy at Aarhus University.
DCE is the central gateway of Aarhus University to research-based consultancy and knowledge exchange within the areas of nature, environment, climate and energy. The centre supervises the scientific quality to ensure consistency and an integrated approach across the university departments working in these areas.
Consultation reports, brief communications, public consultation responses, etc., that have been written by scientists at the Department of Environmental Science are published on the Centre’s website.
If you are seeking professional advice or would like to know more about which consultancy agreements the university has on nature and environment, you can read more about the Centre and its mission on its website dce.au.dk or you can contact DCE on email@example.com
Department of Environmental Science (ENVS) provides science-based advice and knowledge exchange about environment, climate and energy to the authorities and private sector though DCE - Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, Aarhus University.
DCE is the university's main entrance to the science-based advice and knowledge exchange in the areas of nature, environment, climate and energy.
The centre assures the quality of the technical advice as university counseling is consistently and holistically across the institutions that work with nature and the environment throughout the university. Advisory reports, notes, consultation etc. written by researchers at the Institute of Environmental Science are published on the centre's website (dce.au.dk/udgivelser/).
If you want to hear more about the possibility of obtaining professional advice or to learn more about the consulting contracts the university has on nature and the environment you can contact DCE (link)
Science-based advisory activities at ENVS
ENVS perform science-based advisory activities and environmental monitoring in the areas of air pollution in Denmark and in the Arctic - and emissions, environmental chemistry, microbial ecology and biotechnology, environmental economics, environmental sociology and –politology, and environmental geography.
Science-based advice in environmental issues are demanded by many different public and private institutions.
ENVS provides advice to the Ministry of Environment and Food and Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate in addition to the advice of other public and private institutions.
The demands for monitoring of the environment are included in many EU directives and other places. Monitoring is performed to ensure that we always have an overview of the state of the environment, and whether the trend is moving in the right direction. The outcome and results of the monitoring are thus used to assess how the various plans to improve the state of the environment work. At ENVS, we also make use of the monitoring data and results for scientific research.
ENVS is responsible for the following national monitoring tasks:
The monitoring of air pollution in NOVANA (National program for Monitoring of Aquatic and Terrestrial). Topic Centre on Air Quality
Developing national Danish emission inventories.
Contribute to the monitoring of chemicals in the Arctic
In addition, we carry out environmental monitoring for many private institutions.
Contacts for specific subjects:
If you are interested in more information, please contact the researchers directly or DCE