The annual Asianet conference 2022 is hosted by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), in collaboration with the Norwegian Network for Asian Studies.
How do low-carbon transitions create inequality and how can we make them more socially inclusive? Join us in the 2021 Hal Wilhite Memorial Lecture with Benjamin Sovacool.
Models as viral assemblages? In this seminar, Marit Tolo Østebo will look at policy models and how they come into being.
How to strengthen global cooperation to prevent future pandemics? In this seminar, Adam Kamradt-Scott will discuss different proposals currently being negotiated, such as a new pandemic treaty or revising existing international instruments.
Tankesmien Agenda og Senter for Utvikling og Miljø (SUM) inviterer til boklansering og paneldiskusjon om boka «Do Gooders at the End of Aid. Scandinavian Humanitarianism in the 21st Century».
Does climate panic cost us billions of dollars, harm the poor, and slow down transition to a better world?Arne Næss seminars, Wigestrand Forlag and Norwegian Business School (BI) invite to a book debate with Bjørn Lomborg, Bjørn H. Samset and Atle Midttun.
The annual Asianet conference 2021 is hosted by MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society, in collaboration with the Norwegian Network for Asian Studies.
International Webinar on Chinese Multilateralism and its Impact on Environmental and Democratic Governance in Africa and Latin America
Dr. Liz Chatterjee speaks on India's solar energy and multilevel governance.
Professor Kunal Sen will discuss UNU-WIDER's current work on how to get inclusive growth started in fragile states.
This interdisciplinary workshop invites energy system modellers with curiosity about inclusion of social aspects and social scientists open to explore links between their work on energy issues and energy system modelling to explore new ways to model energy systems.
Welcome to a workshop with three Czech environmentalists
Join us for a discussion on the future of EU-China relations, the BRI, climate change and the SDGs.
What are the connections between food production and pandemics? 6 experts give their perspectives.
The objective of this interdisciplinary course is to critically approach the relationship between food production and food consumption and pandemics in an environmental perspective.
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