CONSEIL INTERNATIONAL POUR L'EXPLORATION DE LA MER (CIEM)

H. C. Andersens Boulevard 44-46
1553
COPENHAGEN  ()
www.ices.dk
Anne Christine Brusendorff
Before joining ICES Secretariat, Brusendorff spent 14 years working for the Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission (HELCOM) in Helsinki. There, she latterly led the organization as Executive Secretary but also served as Deputy Executive Secretary and Professional Secretary (in maritime matters). Before moving to Finland, Brusendorff was the Head of Section at the Danish Ministry of Environment and Energy, Danish Environmental Protection Agency. Brusendorff studied Maritime and Environmental Law at the University of Copenhagen and London School of Economics and Political Science, before completing her PhD  in International Law of the Sea and International Environmental Law at the University of Copenhagen. Having been focused on the Baltic region she is now tackling the challenges faced at the international level to promote integrated ecosystem understanding, with the aim to develop integrated ecosystem assessment in regional seas, as a link between ecosystem science and the advice required in applying an ecosystem approach. This necessitates a strong connection between data and information, science and advice, as well as the secretariat
Before joining ICES Secretariat, Brusendorff spent 14 years working for the Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission (HELCOM) in Helsinki. There, she latterly led the organization as Executive Secretary but also served as Deputy Executive Secretary and Professional Secretary (in maritime matters). Before moving to Finland, Brusendorff was the Head of Section at the Danish Ministry of Environment and Energy, Danish Environmental Protection Agency. Brusendorff studied Maritime and Environmental Law at the University of Copenhagen and London School of Economics and Political Science, before completing her PhD  in International Law of the Sea and International Environmental Law at the University of Copenhagen. Having been focused on the Baltic region she is now tackling the challenges faced at the international level to promote integrated ecosystem understanding, with the aim to develop integrated ecosystem assessment in regional seas, as a link between ecosystem science and the advice required in applying an ecosystem approach. This necessitates a strong connection between data and information, science and advice, as well as the secretariat
The International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) is a global organization that develops science and advice to support the sustainable use of the oceans. ​​​​ICES is a network of more than 4000 scientists from over 350 marine institutes in 20 member countries and beyond. 1600 scientists participate in our activities annually. Through strategic partnerships our work also extends into the Arctic, the Mediterranean Sea, the Black Sea, and the North Pacific Ocean. ICES is committed to building a foundation of science around one key challenge: integrated ecosystem understanding of marine ecosystems. ICES advances this through the coordination of oceanic and coastal monitoring and research, and advises international commissions and governments on marine policy and management issues. Our goal is to provide the best available science for decision-makers to make informed choices on the sustainable use of the marine environment and ecosystems.
The International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) is a global organization that develops science and advice to support the sustainable use of the oceans. ​​​​ICES is a network of more than 4000 scientists from over 350 marine institutes in 20 member countries and beyond. 1600 scientists participate in our activities annually. Through strategic partnerships our work also extends into the Arctic, the Mediterranean Sea, the Black Sea, and the North Pacific Ocean. ICES is committed to building a foundation of science around one key challenge: integrated ecosystem understanding of marine ecosystems. ICES advances this through the coordination of oceanic and coastal monitoring and research, and advises international commissions and governments on marine policy and management issues. Our goal is to provide the best available science for decision-makers to make informed choices on the sustainable use of the marine environment and ecosystems.





       

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