Macroalgae or seaweed are dominating rocky coastlines globally. Even here in Greenland, we can see small kelp such as the ..
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has chosen to fund a project in Qaanaaq with $2.6 million over a four year period and we are so proud to be part of the project. Lene Kielsen Holm, who is a project leader and scientist at our Centre will work together with scientist from Dartmouth College to follow the Qaanaaq residents’ transition to renewable energy and an affordable, sustainable future.
The grant is part of the NSF’s 10 Big Ideas program, which identifies and invests in research areas at the frontiers of science and engineering.
You can read more about how the Greenland Climate Research Centre, together with Dartmouth Engineers, partner with residents in Qaanaaq