Book a Presentation about Greenland

There is hardly any place on Earth where the forces of nature and adaptation to a harsh climate appear more contrasting and diverse than in Greenland. But nature and biodiversity are undergoing rapid change in line with global climate change. What is the state of Greenland’s nature and climate? What changes do we face, and why is Greenland particularly vulnerable to climate change? 

I regularly give lectures and hold workshops about Greenland. I have lived in Greenland and traveled all around the country. Highly relevant, my book Nature Guide Greenland has just been released – 384 pages packed with beautiful photos and in-depth information about Greenland’s nature.

In my presentations, I tell about Greenland’s beautiful nature, about the significance of climate change, about my own experiences in the country and about the extensive work of collecting knowledge about Greenland’s nature. All illustrated with some of my most beautiful photos.

You may also hear my anecdotes from challenging hikes in Jameson Land in Northeast Greenland, Paradise Valley in South Greenland, the Icefjord in Ilulissat or about the iconic Arctic Circle Trail.

Learn more about the possibilities and book a lecture by emailing or calling me here.

Presentation Ilulissat
Lecture at the Icefjord Centre in Ilulissat. - Photo: Janne Breinholt Bak
On top of the Maniitsoq Island in West Greenland. - Photo: Bo Normander

Greenland's nature and climate is changing

Disko Bay - Photo: Bo Normander
A giant iceberg in the Disko Bay. - Photo: Bo Normander from the photo book, Greenlandic Seasons
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