Communicating climate information
The DMI is very active in its outreach activities. We aim to develop our understanding of the climatic development in the 21st century through dedicated research activities and participation in national and international climate research programmes, projects and collaboration.
We have built a network of climate research relationships with partners in- and outside of Denmark through which we align our research and knowledge-sharing efforts and initiatives.
Communication efforts are highly prioritized at the DMI and we present climate information online through dmi.dk.
Further, we publish books, scientific papers, news and articles in different media and arrange various presentations on our premises and elsewhere regularly.
Climate communication discussions af the DMI with Nordic colleagues. Photo T.T.Kosack
Read the brochure of the Danish Climate Centre at DMI
International climate cooperation
The Danish Climate Centre at DMI participates intensively in the international climate cooperation. We have been actively participating in the work of the IPCC since its establishment in 1988.
The DKC reviews and supplies data and analysis for the IPCC reports. A DKC staff member acts as coordinating lead author. Photo: Anne Mette K. Jørgensen
We act as Danish contact to the IPCC (IPCC Focal Point), develop scenario data for the IPCC databases, participate in the preparation of IPCC reports and lead the Danish delegation at IPCC meetings.
Delegation leader Anne Mette K. Jørgensen (DMI) and Carsten Eskebjerg (Ministry of Climate and Energy) at the IPCC meeting in Abu Dhabi, May 2011. Photo: Linn Bryhn Jacobsen.