A study carried out by Asbjørn Torvanger at the research center CICERO shows that bioenergy extracted from Norwegian forests has the potential to become an important part of our green transition. But the forest also has other important functions for nature and for society. How do we weigh the interests against each other?
How and why did academic work become entwined with air travel? A new book calls on scholars, students and others to reconsider their habits, arguing that flying is only one means of scholarly communication among many.
What are the reasons why some areas in Oslo get good public spaces while others do not?
Norway is attracting many hikers from new groups and other countries. Will the values and cabin system of the Norwegian Trekking Association (DNT), based on unwritten rules and trust, survive this transition?
Avoiding flights where possible and opting for sustainable food choices at meetings are some of the measures to Include’s new environmental strategy.
Include associated students have written about a range of topics related to socially inclusive energy transition.
How can we transition to a low-carbon society in a socially inclusive way? Students attending SUM4502 – INCLUDE – Socially Inclusive Energy Transition give their reflections on the theories and research presented to them during the course.
Siting controversies have become familiar in windpower development. Researchers have examined why some Norwegian municipalities agree to host windpower. Three main factors stand out.
UiO:Energy will fund a number of summer research projects within sustainable energy for students.
How can we transition to a low-carbon society in a socially inclusive way? Attend this master course organized by Include. To be held in Oslo May 25th - 29th.