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Academic publications

2018

Haarstad, H., and Rusten, G. (2018) Grønn omstilling: norske veivalg [Green transformation: Norwegian Pathways] Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.

Haarstad, H., Sareen, S., Wanvik, T., Grandin, J., Kjærås, K., Oseland, S., Kvamsås, Lillevold, K., and Wathne, M. (2018) Transformative social science? Modes of engagement in climate and energy solutionsEnergy Research and Social Science, 42 August, pp. 193-197.  

Grandin, J., Haarstad, H., Kjærås, K., and Bouzarovski, S. (2017) The politics of rapid urban transformationCurrent Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 31 April, pp. 16-22.

Mehling, M., and Tvinnereim, E. (2018) Carbon Pricing and the 1.5°C Target: Near-Term Decarbonisation and the Importance of an Instrument MixCarbon and Climate Law Review 12, pp. 50-61.

Tvinnereim, E., and Mehling, M. (2018) Carbon Pricing and Deep Decarbonisation. Energy Policy, 121 October, pp. 185-189.

Grandin, J. (2018) Translokala utvecklingsstigar: relationell politik i Oslos Bilfritt byliv. In: Andersson, I. Eds. Globala flöden och lokala praktiker - policymobilitet i tid och rum, pp. 47-69.

 

2017

Haarstad, H and Wanvik, T, 2017. Carbonscapes and beyond. Conceptualizing the instabilities of oil landscapesProgress in Human Geography 41(3), pp. 432-450. 

Bremer, S., Bremer, A., Mamnun, N., Stiller-Reeve, M.A., Haque, M.M. and Tvinnereim, E. (2017) Narrative as a method for eliciting tacit knowledge of climate variability in BangladeshWeather, Climate, and Society 9 October, pp. 669-686.

Mehling, M. and Tvinnereim, E. (2017) Pricing not enough for deep carbon cuts. Nature 552, pp. 175-175.

Haarstad, H. and Oseland, S.E. (2017) Historicizing Urban Sustainability: The shifting ideals behind Forus Industrial Park, Norway. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 41 (5), pp. 838–854.

Wanvik, T. I., and Caine, K. (2017) Understanding indigenous strategic pragmatism: Métis engagement with extractive industry developments in the Canadian NorthThe Extractive Industries and Society, 4 (3), pp. 595-605.

Sareen, S. (2017) Energy distribution trajectories in two Western Indian states: comparative politics and sectoral dynamics. Energy Research and Social Science, 35 January. pp 17-24.

Sareen, S and Oskarsson, P. (2017) Enduring Discourses and Everyday Contestation: Introduction to Special Section on Discourse and Resource Conflict in Extractive Zones of India. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies 40 (4).

Sareen, S. (2017) Discourses around logging: Framing extraction of wood from West Singhbhum’s conflicted forests. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies 40 (4).

Sareen, S. and Iben, N. (2017) Nurturing democratic practice through local deliberative institutions: Ho village assemblies in Jharkhand. Journal of Development Studies.

Sareen, S. (2017) Politics, procurement, bail-out and buy-in: Woes and ways for Rajasthan’s distribution sector. Working Paper, Mapping Power Project. Regulatory Assistance Project and Centre for Policy Research.

Sareen, S. (2017) What powers success on the ground? The gradual reform of electricity distribution in Gujarat. Working Paper, Mapping Power Project. Regulatory Assistance Project and Centre for Policy Research.

Wanvik, T. I. (2016) Governance transformed into Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): New governance innovations in the Canadian oil sandsThe Extractive Industries and Society, 3 (2) pp. 517-526.

Wanvik, T. I. (2017) Contested energy spaces. Disassembling energyscapes of the Canadian North, University of Bergen, Norway (PhD thesis). 

2016