Macroalgae or seaweed are dominating rocky coastlines globally. Even here in Greenland, we can see small kelp such as the ..
Greenland Climate Research Center is happy and proud to announce that Lene Kielsen Holm, from Greenland Climate Research Center, has been appointed by Naalakkersuisut as a new member of the Greenland Research Council. The Greenland Research Council is a national and independent organization that works to promote and strengthen Greenlandic research which is rooted in and benefits Greenland
Lene Kielsen Holm has for decades been involved in developing an interdisciplinary research field, by a highly innovative combination of natural science, social science and Indigenous knowledge where local knowledge and scientific methods are united.
Lene Kielsen Holm has been working on research projects at the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources since 2012 and from January 2018 has had a permanent position at Greenland Climate Research Center at the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources.
Lene Kielsen Holm has through her career received several honours awards. a. Greenland Home Rule’s first Environmental Prize in 2007 and 2008 the Wings World Quest Award, an American honorary award awarded to female researchers and pioneers. In 2018, Lene Kielsen Holm and her collaborators in the project “The Meaning of Ice”, received the Norwegian honorary award, Mohn Prize.