Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation (CET)

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Centre for climate and energy transformation (CET) is an initiative at the University of Bergen, led from the Faculty of Social Sciences. The goal of the centre is to produce actionable knowledge about how to achieve a rapid transformation of society to meet the climate challenges. 

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CET Low-Carbon Travel Policy

Academic researchers are amongst the highest emitters of climate gas emissions. CET's Low-Carbon Travel Policy hopes to mobilize and inspire to reduce our impact.

PODCAST: CET Klimasnakk
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Air travel quotas - are they realistic?

CET has started a podcast - CET Klimasnakk (english: Climate talks). The first episode is a recording of a public conversation we had at Literaturhuset i Bergen the 13th of November.

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CET has applied for status as a Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME)

Together with 26 key partners, CET has applied for 100 million kroners from the Norwegian Research council to establish a centre for sustainable transport in coastal cities - Centre for Coastal Area Sustainable Transport (COAST).

News - På Høyden
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Creating guidelines for sustainable travel

Interview in UiB's newspaper "På Høyden" with our research co-ordinator Kårstein Måseide on the CET Travel Policy (in Norwegian)
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CET becomes partner in NORADAPT.

CET is proud to announce its partnership in the newly established Norwegian centre for sustainable climate adaption (NorAdapt). The centre officially opened on the 7th of December and will assist society in tackling climate change.