Blue Forests, Jazz and Tapas


What are Blue Forests? Did you know that Blue Forests can help us fight climate change?

Join us at this uplifting evening event with jazz from the famous musicians Rasmus Solem, Espen Larsen and Arild Nyborg. Come and meet our experts, partners and supporters and learn more about the beautiful forests that are hidden under the sea, while listening to Jazz and enjoying light snacks of Spanish tapas.

Opening Remarks: Kjell Ingebrigtsen, leader Norges FiskarlagNina Jensen, CEO WWF Norge

Where: Thon Hotel Arendal, Top floor

When: Tuesday 15 August, 19:00-23:00

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