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Journal articles

Biely,K., Sareen, S., de Vries, G., Chappin, E., Bauwens, T., Montagnino, F.M. (2024) Understanding the embeddedness of individuals within the larger system to support energy transitionSustainability Science. 

Kristiansen, S. (2024). Can Information Change People's Mind? An Autoethnographic Reflection on my Personal Journey to Veganism. Environmental Communication.

Mahoney, K., Lopes, R., Sareen, S., Gouveia, J.P(2024) Perceptions of competing agendas in carbon neutrality policies in Portugal: Adverse impacts on vulnerable population groups Energy Research & Social Science

Sareen, S., (2024) Leisure mobility: Situating emotional geographies of friluftsliv in urban mobility transitions. EmotionSpace and Society, 50, 101003.

Sareen, S. (2024) Financially-constrained solar development: A comparative analysis of urban fabrics and scalar expression in Portugal and RajasthanEnergy Research & Social Science. Shokrgozar, S., Remme, D., Stock, R. (2024) “We Have to Convince Them Whatever it Takes:” The Climate Necropolitics of Energy Transitions in India and ZambiaGeoforum

Shokrgozar, S. & Girard, B., (2024) The companies are powerful, people are weak": India's solar energy ambitions and the legitimation of dispossession in RajasthanJournal of Political Ecology 31(1), 48–66. 


Sareen, S. The Sun Also Rises in Portugal: Ambitions of Just Solar Energy Transitions. 

Sareen, S., Martin, A.(ed) (2024) Geographies of Solar Energy Transitions. Conflicts, controversies and cognate aspects


Bentsen, H. L., J.K Skiple, T. Gregersen, E. Derempouka, and T. Skjold. 2023. “In the green? Perceptions of hydrogen production methods among the Norwegian public.” Energy Research & Social Science 97, 102985.

Bhopal A. 2021 “’Are you a researcher or an activist?’: Navigating tensions in climate change and health research.” The Journal of Climate Change and Health 14, 100267.

Bhopal A., O.F Norheim. 2023. “Fair pathways to net-zero healthcare.” Nature Medicine 18: 1-7.

Boasson, E. L. and M. Tatham. 2023. “Climate policy: from complexity to consensus?” Journal of European Public Policy 30(3): 401-424.

Böhm, G., Pfister, H-R., Doran, R., Ogunbode, CA., Poortinga, W.,  Tvinnereim, E., Steentjes, K., Mays, C., Bertoldo, R., Sonnberger, M., Pidgeon, N. (2023) Emotional reactions to climate change: a comparison across France, Germany, Norway, and the United Kingdom Frontiers in Psychology

Bentsen, H.L., Skiple, J.K., Gregersen, T., Derempouka, E. & Skjold, T. (2023) In the green? Perceptions of hydrogen production methods among the Norwegian publicEnergy Research & Social Science, 97. 03.23.

Bi, S.L., Bauer, N. & Jewell, J. (2023). Coal-exit alliance must confront freeriding sectors to propel Paris-aligned momentum. Nature Climate Change, 13, 130–139

Doran, R., C.A. Ogunbode, G. Böhm, and T. Gregersen. 2023. “Exposure to and learning from the IPCC special report on 1.5 °C global warming, and public support for climate protests and mitigation policies.” Npj Climate Action 2(1), 11.

Eldheim, M., Tvinnereim, E. (2023) Hvem stemmer på Industri- og næringspartiet? Norsk Statsvitenskapelig Tidsskrift 177 - 185

Feagan, M., Fork, M., Gray, G.,...including Wilkerson, B. (2023) Critical pedagogical designs for SETS knowledge co-production: online peer- and problem-based learning by and for early career green infrastructure experts. Urban Transform, 5 (6). Open Access.

Grandin, J. 2023. “Rendering the future governable: Navigating temporality and uncertainty in Oslo’s climate transformation.” Geoforum 144, 103814.

Gregersen, T., R. Doran, and S. Storelv. 2023. “Self-reported reasons for (not) being worried about climate change.” Current Research in Ecological and Social Psychology 5, 100154.

Gregersen, T., Andersen, G., Tvinnereim, E. (2023) The strength and content of climate angerGlobal Environmental Change

Gregersen, T., Doran, R., Böhm, G., Pfister, H. (2023) Expected climate change consequences and their role in explaining individual risk judgmentsPlos One. 15.02.23 (Open access)

Gregersen, T., Bye, H. (2023) Emotional researchers or emotional audiences? The effect of emotions in climate change communicationJournal of Environmental Psychology

Hyun, M., Cherp, A., Jewell, J., Kim, Y.J. & Eom, J. (2023). Feasibility trade-offs in decarbonisation of power sector with high coal dependence: A case of Korea. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Transition, 3. Open Access.

Haarstad, H., Grandin, J., Kjærås, K. & Johnson, E. (2023) Haste: The slow politics of climate urgency. UCL Press, London. (Open access)

Haarstad, H., Kjærås, K., Røe, P.G. & Tveiten, K. (2023) Grounding the compact cityDialogues in Human Geography. 18.01.23 (Open access)

Haarstad, H., Hofstad, H. & Vedeld, T. (2023) Maktforhold i klimapolitikk i de største byene. I Guldbrandsen, L.H. & Handberg, Ø. N. (Red.) Hvem har makt i norsk klimapolitikk? 15 bidrag og en analyse på tvers (FNI-Rapport 2/2023).Fridtjof Nansens Institutt.

Haarstad, H. & Sareen, S. & Wanvik, T. I., (2023) Climate targets as more than rhetoric: Accounting for Norway's Zero Growth Objective. Journal of Political Ecology. 30(1).

Ho, S. S., N.R Singer, J.Z Yang, S. Post, T.-J. Shih, L. Chen, S. Kristiansen, and B. Takahashi. 2023. “Environmental Debates in the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Media, Communication, and the Public.” Environmental Communication (17)3: 209- 217.

Hyun, M., A. Cherp, J. Jewell, Y.J. Kim, and J. Eom. 2023. “Feasibility trade-offs in decarbonising the power sector with high coal dependence: The case of Korea.” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Transition 3, 100050.

Jewell, J. & Cherp, A. (2023) The feasibility of climate action: Bridging the inside and the outside view through feasibility spaces. WIREs Climate Change, Early View (Published 23.04.2023). Open Access.

Jikiun, S.P., M. Tatham, and V.M. Otledal. 2023 “Saved by Hydrogen? The Public Acceptance of Onshore Wind in Norway.” Journal of Cleaner Production 408, 136956.

Karam, A., Shokrgozar, S. (2023) “We have been invaded”: Wind energy sacrifice zones in Åfjord Municipality and their implications for NorwayNorsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography

Lippert, I., & Sareen, S. (2023) Alleviation of energy poverty through transitions to low-carbon energy infrastructure. Energy Research & Social Science, 100 (June 2023). Open Access.

Lægreid, O. M., A. Cherp, and J. Jewell. 2023. “Coal phase-out pledges follow peak coal: evidence from 60 years of growth and decline in coal power capacity worldwide.” Oxford Open Energy 2, oiad009.

Marcotullio, P., Deng, X., Li, Z.,Gasparatos .... including Shrestha, Subina (2023) Tracking influences of Asian urban greenhouse gas emissions for sustainability policies: Preliminary report. APN Science Bulletin, 13(1), 25 – 39

Moe, H., Lindtner, S. & Ytre-Arne, B. (2023) Polarisation and echo chambers? Making sense of the climate issue with social media in everyday life. Nordicom Review, 44 (1). 14.02.23 (Open access)

Neby, Simon; Angell, Elisabeth; Engen, Ole Andreas Hegland; Morsut, Claudia. (2023). Klimatilpasning i Norge. Mellom risiko, beredskap og normalsituasjon. Norsk Statsvitenskapelig Tidsskrift. 159-176

Remme, D. &  Jackson, J. (2023) Green mission creep: The unintended consequences of circular economy strategies for electric vehiclesJournal of Cleaner Production, 394, 25.03.23. (Open access)

Remme, D., Sareen, S., Haarstad, H., Rommetveit, K. (2023) Electric Vehicle Paradise? Exploring the Value Chains of Green ExtractivismInternational Development Policy/ Revue internationale de politique de développement.

Rhinard, M., Morsut, C., Angell, E., Neby, S., Englund, M., Barquet, K., Mees, H., Surian, J., Vashishtha, S., Segnestam, L., & Hegland Engen, O. A. (2023). Understanding variation in national climate change adaptation: Securitization in focus. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 0(0).

Sareen, S., Sorman, A. H., Stock, R., Mahoney, K., & Girard, B. (2023). Solidaric solarities: Governance principles for transforming solar power relations. Progress in Environmental Geography2(3), 143–165. 

Sareen, S., Fisker, J.K., Shokrgozar, S., Sattich, T. (2023) Making low-carbon placesNorsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography

Sareen, S., Smith, A., Gantioler, S., Balest, J., Brisbois, MC., Tomasi, S.,...Haarstad, H. (2023) Social implications of energy infrastructure digitalisation and decarbonisationBuildings & Cities 4 (1).

Sareen, S., Girard, B., Lindkvist, M., ...including Kristiansen, S. (2023) Enabling a just energy transition through solidarity in research. Energy Research & Social Science, 101 (July 2023). Open Access.

Sareen, S. (2023) Cross-sectoral metrics as accountability tools for twin transitioning energy systemsEnvironmental Policy and Governance

Sareen, S., A.H. Sorman, R. Stock, K. Mahoney, and B. Girard. 2023. “Solidaric solarities: Governance principles for transforming solar power relations.” Progress in Environmental Geography 2(3): 143-165.

Scharnigg, R., Sareen, S. (2023) Accountability implications for intermediaries in upscaling: Energy community rollouts in PortugalTechnological Forecasting and Social Change

Schrage, J. (2023) Three tensions in governing energy demand: A social practice perspective on Nordic urban interventionsCities. 

Schrage,J., Haarstad, H., & Hidle, K. (2023): The strategic value of contradictions: exploring the practices of climate planning in Bergen, Norway, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.

Schrage, J., Barraclough, AD., Wilkerson, B., Cusens, J., Fuller, J. (2023) Developing positional awareness in sustainability science: four archetypes for early career scientists working in an SDG world. Sustainability Science, 18.Shirley, S.H., Singer, N.R., Yang, J.Z., ...including Kristiansen, S. (2023) Environmental Debates in the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Media, Communication, and the Public. Environmental Communication, 17 (3).Shresta, S. & Haarstad, H. (2023) Do EU goals matter? Assessing the localization of sustainable urban logistics governance goals in Norwegian cities. Cities, 137 (June 2023). Open Access.

Silva, L., Sareen, S. (2023) The calm before the storm? The making of a lithium frontier in transitioning PortugalThe Extractive Industries and Society

Singer, N. R., and S. Kristiansen. 2023. “Communicating Transformation in Food and Agricultural Ecologies.” Environmental Communication 17(8): 861-867.

Tatham, M., and Y. Peters. 2023. “Fueling opposition? Yellow vests, urban elites, and fuel taxation.” Journal of European Public Policy 30(3): 574-598.

Thomsen, M., A. van Dalen, S. Kristiansen, and D. Hopmann. 2023. “Opportunity, Motivation, and Ability: How to increase People’s Knowledge of Pesticides and Biocides.” Applied Environmental Education & Communication.

Tvinnereim, E. (2023) The energy efficiency gap in citizens' own wordsNature Energy

Vedeld, T., Hofstad, H. & Haarstad, H. (2023) Lokal klimapolitikk: Hva står på spill og hvem har makt og innflytelse?. Plan, 55(1).

Vinichenko, V., Vetier, M., Jewell, J., Nacke, L.,  & Cherp, A. (2023). Phasing out coal for 2 °C target requires worldwide replication of most ambitious national plans despite security and fairness concerns. Environmental Research Letters, 18(1). Open Access.

Vinichenko, V., J. Jewell, J. Jacobsson, and A. Cherp. 2023. “Historical diffusion of nuclear, wind and solar power in different national contexts: implications for climate mitigation pathways.” Environmental Research Letters 18.

Yazar, M., I. Daloglu, and E. Baykal. 2023. “The nested hierarchy of urban vulnerability within land use policies fails to address climate injustices in Turkey.” Environmental Policy & Planning 26(1): 30-46.

Yazar, M., Haarstad, H. (2023) Populist far-right discursive-institutional tactics in European regional decarbonization. Political Geography105, 102936.

Yazar, M. (2023). Environmental injustices unfold in urban sustainability projects in Istanbul. In Haste: The slow politics of climate urgency. (Eds) Håvard Haarstad, Jacob Grandin, Kristin Kjærås, and Eleanor Johnson. UCL Press, London. (Open access)

Yazar, M. & York, A. (2023) Nature-based solutions through collective actions for spatial justice in urban green commons. Environmental Science & Policy, 145 (July 2023). Open Access.

Yazar, M., Cetinkaya, I. D., Fide, E. B., & Haarstad, H. (2023). Diffusion of global climate policy: National depoliticization, local repoliticization in TurkeyGlobal Environmental Change81, 102699. 

Books and book chapters

Grandin, J. 2023. “Make way for efficiency: sustainable mobility and the politics of speed” Pp. 162 - 172 in Haste: The slow politics of climate urgency, eds. H. Haarstad, J. Gardin, K. Kjærås, and E. Johnson. London: UCL Press.

Haarstad, H., J. Grandin, K. Kjærås, E. Johnson. 2023. Haste: The slow politics of climate urgency. London: UCL Press

Johnson, E. 2023. “Refashioning the supercyclical city.” Pp. 126 - 135 in Haste: The slow politics of climate urgency, eds. H. Haarstad, J. Gardin, K. Kjærås, and E. Johnson. London: UCL Press.

Sareen, S., K. Müller, eds. 2023. Digitisation and Low-Carbon Energy Transitions. Cham: Palgrave.

Sareen, S., S. Shokrgozar, R. Neven-Scharnigg, B. Girard, A. Martin, and S.A. Wolf. 2023. “Accountable solar energy transitions in financially constrained contexts.” Pp. 141-166 in Sustainability Transformations, Social Transitions and Environmental Accountabilities, ed. E. Edmondson. Cham: Springer.

Sareen,S. 2023. “Solar spectacles: why Lisbon’s solar projects matter for energy transformation” Pp. 234 - 242 in Haste: The slow politics of climate urgency, eds. H. Haarstad, J. Gardin, K. Kjærås, and E. Johnson. London: UCL Press.

Schrage, J. 2023 “The good, the bad and the beautiful? The role of aesthetics in low-carbon consumption” Pp. 107 - 116 in Haste: The slow politics of climate urgency, eds. H. Haarstad, J. Gardin, K. Kjærås, and E. Johnson. London: UCL Press.

Wathne, M., A. Karvonen, and H. Haarstad. 2023. “The challenges of fostering citizenship in the smart city.” In Digital (In) justice in the Smart City, eds. D. Mackinnon, Ryan Burns, and Victoria Fast. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Yazar, M. 2023. “Environmental injustices unfold in urban sustainability projects in Istanbul.” Pp. 136-142 in Haste: The slow politics of climate urgency, eds. H. Haarstad, J. Gardin, K. Kjærås, and E. Johnson. London: UCL Press.

Policy Briefs and reports

Haarstad H., H. Hofstad, and T. Vedeld. 2023. «Maktforhold i klimapolitikk i de største byene.» In Hvem har makt i norsk klimapolitikk? 15 bidrag og en analyse på tvers, eds. L.H. Gulbrandsen and Ø.N. Handberg. FNI-Rapport 2.

E. Boyd, A. Thomas … D. Puig 2023. “Loss and damage.“ Pp. 61-74 in Adaptation Gap Report 2023, eds. H. Neufeldt, L. Christiansen, T. Dale and L. Hemmingsen. United Nations Environment Programme.

Schrage, J. 2023. Mot lokale klimamål i tråd med parisavtalen: En rapport for Asker Kommune.

Schrage, J. 2023. Mot lokale klimamål i tråd med parisavtalen: Ein rapport for Sogndal Kommune.

Schrage. J. 2023. Mot lokale klimamål i tråd med parisavtalen: Ein rapport for Vestlandfylke.

Schrage. J. 2023. Low-carbon travel guide. From setting targets to implementing alternatives: Experiences and tips from CET researchers.

Yazar, M., and H. Haarstad. 2023. Populism and Decarbonization in Europe. Policy Brief. Horizon2020 CINTRAN Socio-political dimensions of transition dynamics.

Yazar et al. 2023. Comparative analysis of socio-political dynamics in carbon-intensive regions. Horizon2020 CINTRAN Project Final Report for WP2.2.

Doctoral theses

Wilkerson, B. 2023. Systems approaches to sustainability: Innovation and social-ecological-technological systems. [Doctoral dissertation, University of Bergen].


Journal articles

Anderson, K., Martin P., & Nevins, J. (2022). Introduction and Abridged Text of Lecture: ‘Laggards or Leaders: Academia and Its Responsibility in Delivering on the Paris Commitments. The Professional Geographer 74(1), 122–26. https://doi.org/10.1080/00330124.2021.1915809.

Costello, Christopher, and Corbett A. Grainger. Grandfathering with Anticipation. No. w29798. National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022. https://www.nber.org/papers/w29798

Daloğlu Çetinkaya, I., Yazar, M., Kılınç, S., & Güven, B. (2022). Urban climate resilience and water insecurity: Future scenarios of water supply and demand in Istanbul. Urban Water Journal, 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1080/1573062X.2022.2066548

Derempouka, E., Skjold, T., Njå, O., & Haarstad, H. (2022). The role of safety in the framing of the hydrogen economy by selected groups of stakeholders. Chemical Engineering Transactions, 90, 757–762. https://doi.org/10.3303/CET2290127

Ekoh, S. S., Teron, L., Ajibade, I., & Kristiansen, S. (2022). Flood risk perceptions and future migration intentions of Lagos residents. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 83, 103399. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2022.103399

Gjesdal, A. M., & Andersen, G. (2022). Changing concepts of greenhouse gas expressions: Discursive specialization in parliamentary discourses on climate change. Discourse & Society, 09579265221145394. https://doi.org/10.1177/09579265221145394

Gregersen, T., Doran, R., Böhm, G., & Sætrevik, B. (2022). Did concern about COVID-19 drain from a ‘finite pool of worry’ for climate change? Results from longitudinal panel data. The Journal of Climate Change and Health, 8, 100144. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joclim.2022.100144

Haarstad, H., Kjærås, K., Røe, P. G., & Tveiten, K. (2022). Diversifying the compact city: A renewed agenda for geographical research. Dialogues in Human Geography, 20438206221102948. https://doi.org/10.1177/20438206221102949

Haarstad, H., Sareen, S., Kandt, J., Coenen, L., & Cook, M. (2022). Beyond automobility? Lock-in of past failures in lowcarbon urban mobility innovations. Energy Policy, 166, 113002. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2022.113002

Haarstad, H., Sareen, S., & Wanvik, T., (2022). Climate targets as more than rhetoric: Accounting for Norway’s Zero Growth Objective. Journal of Political Ecology, In Press. https://doi.org/10.2458/jpe.4691

Johnson, E., & Haarstad, H. (2022). Competing climate spectacles in the amplified public space. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 40(7), 1437–1454. https://doi.org/10.1177/23996544221082406

Kjærås, K., & Haarstad, H. (2022). A geography of repoliticisation: Popularising alternative housing models in Oslo. Political Geography, 94, 102577. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polgeo.2021.102577

Krupnik, S., Wagner, A., Vincent, O., Rudek, T. J.,...Sareen.S, … et al. (2022). Beyond technology: A research agenda for social sciences and humanities research on renewable energy in Europe. Energy Research & Social Science, 89, 102536. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2022.102536

Kvamsås, H. (2022). Co-benefits and conflicts in alternative stormwater planning: Blue versus green infrastructure? Environmental Policy and Governance https://doi.org/10.1002/eet.2017

Kuriakose, J., Anderson, K., Darko, D., Obuobie, E., Larkin, A., & Addo, S. (2022). Implications of large hydro dams for decarbonising Ghana’s energy consistent with Paris climate objectives. Energy for Sustainable Development, 71, 433–446. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.esd.2022.10.011

Kuriakose, J., Jones, C., Anderson, K., McLachlan, C., & Broderick, J. (2022). What does the Paris climate change agreement mean for local policy? Downscaling the remaining global carbon budget to sub-national areas. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Transition, 2, 100030. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rset.2022.10003

Mahoney, K., Gouveia, J. P., Lopes, R., & Sareen, S. (2022). Clean, green and the unseen: The CompeSA framework | Assessing Competing Sustainability Agendas in Carbon Neutrality Policy Pathways. Global Transitions, 4, 45–57. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.glt.2022.10.004

Merk, C., Nordø, Å. D., Andersen, G., Lægreid, O. M., & Tvinnereim, E. (2022). Don’t send us your waste gases: Public attitudes toward international carbon dioxide transportation and storage in Europe. Energy Research & Social Science, 87, 102450. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2021.102450

Nacke, L., Cherp, A., & Jewell, J. (2022). Phases of fossil fuel decline: Diagnostic framework for policy sequencing and feasible transition pathways in resource dependent regions. Oxford Open Energy, 1, oiac002. https://doi.org/10.1093/ooenergy/oiac002

Oseland, S. (2022). Lifting the fog of oil? Exploring the framing of ambitious local climate politics in an oil city. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, 104, 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1080/04353684.2021.2020674

Oseland, S. E., & Haarstad, H. (2022). Displacing Conflicting Goals in Planning for Sustainability? Insights from Three Norwegian Cities. Planning Theory & Practice, 23(2), 233–247. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649357.2022.2034924

Ramirez Camargo, L., Castro, G., Gruber, K., Jewell, J., Klingler, M., Turkovska, O., Wetterlund, E., & Schmidt, J. (2022). Pathway to a land-neutral expansion of Brazilian renewable fuel production. Nature Communications, 13(1), 3157. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-022-30850-2

Remme, D., & Haarstad, H. (2022). From instrumentalization to commoning: A critical review of participation in urban nature-based solutions. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities, 4. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/frsc.2022.917607

Remme, D., Sareen, S., & Haarstad, H. (2022). Who benefits from sustainable mobility transitions? Social inclusion, populist resistance and elite capture in Bergen, Norway. Journal of Transport Geography, 105, 103475. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2022.103475

Rosales, R., & Haarstad, H. (2022). Governance challenges for urban logistics: Lessons from three Norwegian cities. Environmental Policy and Governance 1-1. https://doi.org/10.1002/eet.2015

Sareen, S. (2022a). Drivers of Scalar Biases: Environmental Justice and the Portuguese Solar Photovoltaic Rollout. Environmental Justice, 15(2), 98–107. https://doi.org/10.1089/env.2021.0048

Sareen, S. (2022b). Legitimating power: Solar energy rollout, sustainability metrics and transition politics. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 5(3), 1014–1034. https://doi.org/10.1177/25148486211024903

Sareen, S., Albert-Seifried, V., Aelenei, L., Reda, F., Etminan, G., Andreucci, M.-B., Kuzmic, M., Maas, N., Seco, O., Civiero, P., Gohari, S., Hukkalainen, M., & Neumann, H.-M. (2022). Ten questions concerning positive energy districts. Building and Environment, 216, 109017. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.buildenv.2022.109017

Sareen, S., Grandin, J., & Haarstad, H. (2022a). Multiscalar Practices of Fossil Fuel Displacement. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 112(3), 808–818. https://doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2021.2000850

Sareen, S., Robinson, C., Thomson, H., & Ochoa, R. G. (2022). Editorial: Urban Energy Poverty and Positive Energy Districts. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities, 3. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/frsc.2021.775705

Sareen, S., & Shokrgozar, S. (2022a). Desert geographies: Solar energy governance for just transitions. Globalizations, 1–17. https://doi.org/10.1080/14747731.2022.2095116

Sareen, S., Waage, M., Smirnova, P., Boakye-Botah, J., & Ryen Loe, M. (2022). Double energy vulnerability in the Norwegian low-carbon urban transport transition. People, Place and Policy Online 16(1), 33-52 https://doi.org/10.3351/ppp.2022.3953567323

Sareen, S., & Waagsaether, K. L. (2022). New municipalism and the governance of urban transitions to sustainability. Urban Studies, 00420980221114968. https://doi.org/10.1177/00420980221114968

Schrage, J., & Kjærås, K. (2022). How do cities challenge patterns of demand? Characterising the local governance of climate change in Nordic cities. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 40(7), 1473–1491. https://doi.org/10.1177/23996544221083238

Tatham, M., & Peters, Y. (2022). Fueling opposition? Yellow vests, urban elites, and fuel taxation. Journal of European Public Policy, 30:3, 578-598. https://doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2022.2148172

Wågsæther, K., Remme, D., Haarstad, H., & Sareen, S. (2022a). The justice pitfalls of a sustainable transport transition. Environment and Planning F, 1(2–4), 187–206. https://doi.org/10.1177/26349825221082169

Yazar, M. (2022). Norm domestication challenges for local climate actions: A lesson from Arizona, USA. Environmental Policy and Governance, 1-12 https://doi.org/10.1002/eet.2038

Yazar, M., Haarstad, H., Drengenes, L. L., & York, A. (2022). Governance learning from collective actions for just climate adaptation in cities. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities, 4. 932070 https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/frsc.2022.932070

Yazar, M., Hermwille, L., & Haarstad, H. (2022). Right-wing and populist support for climate mitigation policies: Evidence from Poland and its carbon-intensive Silesia region. Regional Sustainability, 3, 281–293. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.regsus.2022.11.001

Yazar, M., & York, A. (2022). Disentangling justice as recognition through public support for local climate adaptation policies: Insights from the Southwest US. Urban Climate, 41, 101079. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.uclim.2021.101079

Yazar, M., York, A., & Larson, K. L. (2022). Adaptation, exposure, and politics: Local extreme heat and global climate change risk perceptions in the phoenix metropolitan region, USA. Cities, 127, 103763. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2022.103763

York, A., & Yazar, M. (2022). Leveraging shadow networks for procedural justice. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 57, 101190. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2022.101190

Books and Book Chapters

Andersen, G., Nordø, Å. D., & Tvinnereim, E. M. (2022). Chapter 7—Trends in Norwegian views on oil and gas export. In H. Boudet & S. Hazboun (Eds.), Public Responses to Fossil Fuel Export (pp. 105–120). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0- 12-824046-5.00010-2

Dankel, D. J., Boonstra, W. J., Bjørkan, M., Fuller, J. L., Iversen, L., Eskeland Schütz, S., Staal, B., van der Meeren, G. I., & van Putten, I. (2022). Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals for Marine and Coastal Management in Norway: A Venture Overdue. In I. Misiune, D. Depellegrin, & L. Egarter Vigl (Eds.), Human-Nature Interactions: Exploring Nature’s Values Across Landscapes (pp. 343–359). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-01980-7_27

Røe, P. G., Kjærås, K. E. A., & Haarstad, H. (2022). The Spatialities of the Nordic Compact City. In P. Jakobsen, E. Jönsson, & H. G. Larsen (Eds.), Socio-Spatial Theory in Nordic Geography: Intellectual Histories and Critical Interventions (pp. 191–205). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-04234-8_11

S. Sareen, K. Müller (eds). 2022. Digitisation and Low-Carbon Energy Transitions. Palgrave. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3- 031-16708-9

Sareen S., Remme, D., Nordholm, A., & Wågsæther, K. (2022). A mixed methods engaged study of divergent imaginaries in Bergen’s mobility transition. In F. Karimi, M. Rodi (Eds.), Energy Transition in the Baltic Sea Region (pp. 191–205). Routledge.

Policy briefs and reports

Jewell, J., Vetier, M., Vinichenko V., Lægreid, O.M., Pai, S., Cherp, A., Brauers, H., Braunger, I., Nacke, L., & Zerriffi, H. (2022). Quitting fossil fuels: how fast can the world do it? Policy Brief. https://www.polet.network/publications/contractions-policybrief

Remme, D. (2022) Report Summary for the Ministry of Mines, Zambia. Policy Brief Vedvik, S. (2022) Rettslege verkemiddel for berekraftig bylogistikk. CET-rapport 01/22. Senter for klima og energiomstilling. Universitet i Bergen.

Vedvik, S. (2022) Rettslege verkemiddel for berekraftig bylogistikk. (CET Rapport 01/22) Senter for klima og energiomstilling, UiB.

Doctoral theses

Grandin, J. (2022). Sustainability here and now: The governance of urban transformation in Oslo and Addis Ababa. Doctoral thesis.

Gregersen, T (2022). Climate change perceptions across Europe: From climate change beliefs to climate change mitigation behaviors. Doctoral thesis.

Kvamsås, H (2022). The potential for transformative adaptation: Collaborative spaces and collective value development in local climate adaptation. Doctoral thesis.

Oseland, S (2022). Planning to transform: Exploring the role of climate and energy action plans in municipal low-carbon transformation. Doctoral thesis.


Journal articles

Bhopal, Anand. 2021. “The Norwegian Oil Fund in a Warming World: What are the Interests of Future Generations?” Ethics, Policy & Environment.  

Geels, F.W., S. Sareen, A. Hook, B.K. Sovacool. 2021. “Navigating implementation dilemmas in technology-forcing policies: A comparative analysis of accelerated smart meter diffusion in the Netherlands, UK, Norway, and Portugal (2000-2019).” Research Policy 50(7), 104272. 

Grandin, Jakob, and Håvard Haarstad. 2021. “Transformation as relational mobilisation: The networked geography of Addis Ababa’s sustainable transport interventions” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 39(2): 289-308.  

Gregersen, T., Doran, R., Böhm, G., & Poortinga, W (2021). Outcome expectancies moderate the association between worry about climate change and personal energy-saving behaviors. PloS one, 16(5), e0252105.

Haarstad, Håvard, Hanssen, G.S., Andersen, B., Harboe, L., Ljunggren, J., Røe, P. G., Wanvik, T. I., Wullf-Wathne, M. 2021. “Nordic responses to urban challenges of the 21st century.” Nordic Journal of Urban Studies 1(1): 4-18. 

Hessevik, Agnete. 2021. "Network‐led advocacy for a green shipping transformation: A case study of governance networks in the Norwegian maritime sector." Regulation & Governance. 

Jordhus-Lier, David, Elin Børrud, Ryan Gever, Yngve Heiret, Siddharth Sareen, Eira Witsø. 2021. “Language dilemmas: six reflections.” Nordic Journal of Urban Studies 1(2): 176-184.  

Kvamsås, H. (2021) Addressing the adaptive challenges of alternative stormwater planning, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, DOI: 10.1080/1523908X.2021.1921568  

Kvamsås, H., Neby, S., Haarstad, H., Stiller-Reeve, M., & Schrage, J. (2021). Using collaborative hackathons to coproduce knowledge on local climate adaptation governance. Current Research in Environmental Sustainability, 3, 100023.

Liu, X., Tvinnereim, E., Grimsrud, K., Lindhjem, H., Velle, L. G., Saure, H. I., Lee, H. (2021). Explaining landscape preference heterogeneity using machine learning-based survey analysis. Landscape Research.

Nordholm Amber, and Siddharth Sareen. 2021. “Scalar Containment of Energy Justice and Its Democratic Discontents: Solar Power and Energy Poverty Alleviation.” Frontiers in Sustainable Cities 3.    

Montes, Carlo, Nachiketa Acharya, Mathew A Stiller‐Reeve,Colin Kelley, and S.M. Quamrul Hassan. 2021. “Interannual variability of monsoon onset and withdrawal in Bangladesh.” Atmospheric Science Letters 22(11): e1069.  

Rommetveit, Kjetil, Ingrid Foss Ballo, and Siddharth Sareen. 2021. “Extracting Users: Regimes of Engagement in Norwegian Smart Electricity Transition.” Science, Technology, & Human Values.  

Sareen, Siddharth. 2021. “Drivers of Scalar Biases: Environmental Justice and the Portuguese Solar Photovoltaic Rollout.” Environmental Justice. 

Sareen, Siddharth. 2021. “Energy infrastructure transitions and environmental governance.” Local Environment 26(3): 323-328. 

Sareen, Siddharth. 2021. “Legitimating power: Solar energy rollout, sustainability metrics and transition politics.” Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space.  

Sareen, Siddharth, and Amber Joy Nordholm. 2021. “Sustainable development goal interactions for a just transition: multi-scalar solar energy rollout in Portugal.” Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy 16(11-12): 1048-1063. 

Sareen, Siddharth, Devyn Remme, and Håvard Haarstad. 2021. “E-scooter regulation: The micro-politics of market-making for micro-mobility in Bergen.” Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 40: 461-473. 

Sareen, S., Remme, D., Wågsæther, K., & Haarstad, H. (2021). A matter of time: Explicating temporality in science and technology studies and Bergen’s car-free zone development. Energy Research & Social Science, 78, 102128. 

Sareen, S., Nielsen, K. B., Oskarsson, P. & Remme, D. (2021) The pandemic as a rupture that follows rules: Comparing governance responses in India, USA, Sweden and Norway. Frontiers in Human Dynamics, June 10th 2021, DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/fhumd.2021.636422

Sareen, S., & Haarstad, H. (2021). Decision-making and scalar biases in solar photovoltaics roll-out. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 51, 24-29.

Sareen, Siddharth, and Håvard Haarstad. 2021. “Digitalization as a driver of transformative environmental innovation.” Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 41: 93-95.   

Sareen, Siddharth, and Steven A. Wolf. 2021. “Accountability and sustainability transitions.” Ecological Economies 185, 107056.  

Sonnberger, M., Ruddat, M., Arnold, A., Scheer, D., Poortinga, W., Böhm, G., ... & Tvinnereim, E. (2021). Climate concerned but anti-nuclear: Exploring (dis) approval of nuclear energy in four European countries. Energy Research & Social Science, 75, 102008.

Sovacool, Benjamin K., Andrew Hook, Siddharth Sareen, and Frank W. Geels. 2021. “Global sustainability, innovation and governance dynamics of national smart electricity meter transitions.” Global Environmental Change 68: 102272. 

Wanvik, Tarje, and Håvard Haarstad. 2021. «Populism, Instability and Rupture in Sustainability Transformations.” Annals of the American Association of Geographers 111(7): 2096-2111. 

Wilkerson, Brooke, and Lars-Kristian Lunde Trellevik. 2021. “Sustainability-oriented innovation: Improving problem definition through combined design thinking and systems mapping approaches.” Thinking Skills and Creativity 42, 100932.  

Wilkerson, Brooke, Eduard Romanenko, and David N. Barton. 2022. “Modeling reverse auction-based subsidies and stormwater fee policies for Low Impact Development (LID) adoption: a system dynamics analysis.” Sustainable Cities and Society 79, 103602.  

Yazar, Mahir, and Abigail York. 2022. “Disentangling justice as recognition through public support for local climate adaptation policies: Insights from the Southwest US.” Urban Climate 41, 101079.  

Books and Book Chapters  

Bisello, Adriano, Daniele Vettorato, Håvard Haarstad, and Judith Borsboom-van Beurden, eds. 2021. Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions: Results of SSPCR 2019. Bolzano, IT: Springer International Publishing. 

Sareen, Siddharth. 2021. “Scalar biases in solar photovoltaic uptake: Socio-materiality, regulatory inertia and politics” in Dilemmas of Energy Transitions in the Global South: Balancing Urgency and Justice, eds. Ankit Kumar, Johanna Höffken, Auke Pols. London: Routledge.  

Policy briefs and reports 

Bhopal, Anand, Sara Soraya Eriksen, Sofie Haugan Shrivastava, Leo Larsen, Emily McLean. 2021. Grønn omstilling i norsk helsesektor: Med kurs mot en klimanøytral sektor. https://www.gronthelsevesen.org/  

Wågsæther, Katinka, and Håvard Haarstad. 2021. Lokal nabolagsorganisering - erfaringer fra Bærekraftige liv. CET-rapport 01/21. Senter for klima og energiomstilling, Universitetet i Bergen. 


Journal articles

Bremer S, Johnson E, Fløttum K, Kverndokk K, Wardekker A, Krauß W. (2020). Portrait of a Climate City: How climate change is emerging as a risk in Bergen, Norway. Journal of Climate Risk Management, Special Issue.

Colombo, E. (2020) Det norske paradokset» i Klimasøksmål Arktis: ein rettsleg analyse av økonomiske vurderingar. Retfærd (2020), 2, pp. 47-70.

DellaValle, N. and Sareen, S. (2020). Nudging and boosting for equity? Towards a behavioural economics of energy justice. Energy Research & Social Science 68, 101589.

Fell, M., Pagel, L., Chen, C., Goldberg, M., Herberz, M., Huebner, G., Sareen, S. and Hahnel, U. (2020). Validity of energy social research during and after COVID-19: challenges, considerations, and responses. Energy Research & Social Science, 101646.

Grandin, J and Sareen, S. (2020). What sticks? Ephemerality, permanence and local transition pathways. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 36, pp. 72-82.

Grandin, J., & Haarstad, H. (2020). Transformation as relational mobilisation: The networked geography of Addis Ababa’s sustainable transport interventions. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 0263775820963281.

Gregersen, T., Doran, R., Böhm, G., Tvinnereim, E., & Poortinga, W. (2020). Political Orientation Moderates the Relationship Between Climate Change Beliefs and Worry About Climate Change. Frontiers in Psychology, 11(July), pp. 1–12.

Jewell, J., & Cherp, A. (2020). On the political feasibility of climate change mitigation pathways: Is it too late to keep warming below 1.5° C?. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 11(1), e621.

Jewell, J., Emmerling, J., Vinichenko, V., Bertram, C., Berger, L., Daly, H. E., ... & Van Vuuren, D. (2020). Reply to: Why fossil fuel producer subsidies matter. Nature, 578(7793), E5-E7.

Karvonen, A., Cook, M., & Haarstad, H. (2020). Urban Planning and the Smart City: Projects, Practices and Politics. Urban Planning, In-press.

Karvonen, A., Cook, M., Haarstad, H. 2020. Editorial: Urban planning and the smart city: Projects, practices and politics. Urban Planning 5(1), pp. 65-68.

Kjærås, K. (2020). Towards a relational conception of the compact city. Urban Studies, 0042098020907281.

Martiskainen, M., Axon, S., Sovacool, B., Sareen, S., Del Rio, D. and Axon, K. (2020). Contextualizing climate justice activism: Knowledge, emotions, motivations, and actions among climate strikers in six cities. Global Environmental Change, 65, 102180.

Moss, T and Sareen, S. (2020). Demanding demand: Political configurations of energy flexibility in Berlin, 1920-2020. Journal of Energy History, 5.

Neby, S and Zannakis, M. (2020). Coordinating Wickedness: A Comparative Analysis of How Norway and Sweden Organize for Climate Policies, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, 22:6, pp. 593-611.

Nielsen, K., Sareen, S. and Oskarsson, P. (2020). The politics of caste in India's new land wars. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 50(5, pp. 684-695.

Oskarsson, P. and Sareen, S. (2020). Adivasiness as caste expression and land rights claim-making in central-eastern India. Journal of Contemporary Asia 50(5), pp. 831-847.

Pai, S., Zerriffi, H., Jewell, J., & Pathak, J. (2020). Solar has greater techno-economic resource suitability than wind for replacing coal mining jobs. Environmental Research Letters, 15(3), 034065.

Sareen, S., & Grandin, J. (2020). European green capitals: branding, spatial dislocation or catalysts for change?. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, 102(1), 101-117.

Sareen, S. (2020). Metrics for an accountable energy transition? Legitimating the governance of solar uptake. Geoforum, 114, 30-39.

Sareen, S., & Haarstad, H. (2020). Legitimacy and accountability in the governance of sustainable energy transitions. Global Transitions, 2, 47-50.

Sareen, S., Thomson, H., Herrero, S. T., Gouveia, J. P., Lippert, I., & Lis, A. (2020). European energy poverty metrics: Scales, prospects and limits. Global Transitions, 2, 26-36.

Sareen, S. (2020). Social and technical differentiation in smart meter rollout: Embedded scalar biases in automating Norwegian and Portuguese energy infrastructure. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 7(25), pp. 1-8.

Sareen, S. and Haarstad, H. (2020). Energy transitions governance (Special issue). Global Transitions, 2(March).

Sareen, S and Haarstad, H. (2020). Legitimacy and accountability in the governance of sustainable energy transitions. Global Transitions, 2, pp. 47-50.

Silva, L and Sareen, S. (2020). Solar photovoltaic energy infrastructures, land use and sociocultural context in Portugal. Local Environment, pp. 1-17.

Tvinnereim, E., & Ferguson-Cradler, G. (2020). Electric vehicles from novelty to controversy: Analyzing environmental and fairness claims in open-ended survey questions.

Tvinnereim, E., Lægreid O.M., Liu, X., Shaw, D., Borick, C., & Lachapelle, E. (2020): Climate change risk perceptions and the problem of scale: evidence from cross-national survey experiments, Environmental Politics, DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2019.1708538

Tvinnereim, E., Haarstad. H., Rødeseike, A., & Bugnion, V. (2020) Explaining public acceptance of congestion charging: The role of geographical variation in the Bergen case, Case Studies on Transport Policy, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cstp.2020.04.00/.

Tvinnereim, E., Lægreid, O. M., Fløttum, K. (2020). Who cares about Norway's energy transition? A survey experiment about citizen associations and petroleum. Energy Research & Social Science 2020, Volume 62.

Wathne, M. W., & Haarstad, H. (2020). The smart city as mobile policy: Insights on contemporary urbanism. Geoforum, 108, 130-138.

Book Chapters

Haarstad, H. (2020). Do Climate Targets Matter? The Accountability of Target-setting in Urban Climate and Energy Policy. Enabling Sustainable Energy Transitions, 63-72.

Sareen, S. (2020). Enabling Sustainable Energy Transitions: Practices of legitimation and accountable governance.

Sareen, S. (2020). Reframing Energy Transitions as Resolving Accountability Crises. Enabling Sustainable Energy Transitions, 3-14.

Sareen, S., Moss, T., Lund, C., Haarstad, H., Sovacool, B., & Wolf, S. (2020). Conclusion: Legitimation and Accountability in Energy Transitions Research. Enabling Sustainable Energy Transitions, 117-135.


Journal articles

Bertoldo, R., Mays, C., Böhm, G., Poortinga, W., Poumadère, M., Arnold, A., Tvinnereim, E., Steentjes, K., Pidgeon, N. Scientific truth or debate: On the link between perceived scientific consensus and belief in anthropogenic climate change. Public Understanding of Science 2019

Kysela, E.; Tvinnereim, E.; Ivarsflaten, E. Attitudes to public spending on environmental risk reduction: the role of temporal and spatial distance. Environmental Sociology 2019 ; Volum 5.(4) s. 362-373

Jewell, J. Debating the bedrock of climate-change mitigation scenarios: Clarifying the role of IAMs. Nature, 573, 349.

Jewell, J., Vinichenko, V., Nacke, L. & Cherp, A. Prospects for powering past coal. Nature Climate Change, 9, 592-597.

Jewell, J., Vetier, M., & Garcia-Cabrera, D. The international technological nuclear cooperation landscape: A new dataset and network analysis. Energy Policy, 128 (May), 838–852.

Kolstad, E. W., Sofienlund, O. N., Kvamsås, H., Stiller-Reeve, M. A., Neby, S., Paasche, Ø., Pontoppidan, M., Sobolowski, S. P., Haarstad, H., Oseland, S. E., Omdahl, L., & Waage, S. (2019). Trials, errors and improvements in co-production of climate services. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, BAMS-D-18-0201.1.

Neby, S., 2019. Climate adaptation and preparedness in Norway: Third order effects, small-scale wickedness and governance capacity. International Public Management Review, 19(2).

Sareen, Siddharth; Grandin, Jakob. 2019. European green capitals: branding, spatial dislocation or catalysts for change? Geografiska Annaler. Series B. Human Geography


Journal articles

Cherp, A., Vinichenko, V., Jewell, J., Brutschin, E., & Sovacool, B. (2018). Integrating techno-economic, socio-technical and political perspectives on national energy transitions: A meta-theoretical framework. Energy Research and Social Science, 37.

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.

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.

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.  

Jewell, J., McCollum, D., Emmerling, J., Bertram, C., Gernaat, D. E. H. J., Krey, V., … Riahi, K. (2018). Limited emission reductions from fuel subsidy removal except in energy-exporting regions. Nature, 554(7691), 229–233. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature25467

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.

Sareen, S., Baillie, D. and Kleinwächter, J. (2018) Transitions to future energy systems: Learning from a community testfield. Sustainability.

Sareen, S. and Haarstad, H. (2018). Bridging socio-technical and justice aspects of sustainable energy transitions. Applied Energy 228: 624-632.

Sareen, S. and Kale, S. (2018). Solar ‘power’: Socio-political dynamics of infrastructural development in two Western Indian states. Energy Research and Social Science 41: 270-278.

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

Books & book chapters

Brutschin, E. and Jewell, J. (2018). International political economy of nuclear energy. In International Political Economy of Energy and Natural Resources, edited by A. Goldthau, M. F. Keatin, and C. Kuzemko, 322-341. Edward Elgar.

Froestad, J., Nøkleberg, M., Shearing, C og Trollip, T. (2018). South-Africa's Mineral-Energy Complex:Flows, Regulation, Governance and Policing, in Y. Omorogbe and A. O. Ordor (Eds.) Ending Africa's Energy Deficit and the Law, Achieving Sustainable Energy for all in Africa, Oxford: Oxford UniversityPress

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

Haarstad, H and Wathne, M. (2018). Smart cities as strategic actors: Insights from EU Lighthouse projects in Stavanger, Stockholm and Nottingham. In: Karvonen., A, Cugurullo F., and Caprotti, F.(eds). Inside Smart Cities: Place, Politics and Urban Innovation, London: Routledge.

Oseland, S., og Haarstad, H. (2018). Norske byers rolle i grønn omstilling: hva gjør vi med målkonfliktene? I: Grønn omstilling: norske veivalg, redigert av Haarstad, H. og Rusten, G. Oslo:Universitetsforlaget, p. 63-78.

Sareen, S. ‘Electricity distribution in Rajasthan: Unbundling the recurrent failures of a politicised sector’. In (eds. Dubash N., S. Kale & R. Bharvirkar, Mapping Power: The political economy of electricity in India’s states, Oxford University Press., 2018

Sareen, S. ‘Gujarat’s success in efficient electricity distribution: A call for proactive governance to further gains’. In (eds. Dubash N., S. Kale & R. Bharvirkar) Mapping Power: The political economy of electricity in India’s states, Oxford University Press., 2018


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). 

Tvinnereim E, Fløttum K, Gjerstad Ø, et al. (2017). "Citizens’ preferences for tackling climate change. Quantitative and qualitative analyses of their freely formulated solutions". Global Environmental Change 46: 34-41.

Tvinnereim E, Liu X and Jamelske EM. (2017) “Public perceptions of air pollution and climate change: different manifestations, similar causes, and concerns”. Climatic Change 140: 399-412.

Tvinnereim E, Lachapelle E and Borick CP. (2017) “Is Support for International Climate Action Conditional on Perceptions of Reciprocity? Evidence from Three Population-Based Survey Experiments in Canada, the US, and Norway.” Cosmos: Proceedings of the Singapore Academy of Sciences


Haarstad, H. 2016. "Where are urban low-carbon transitions governed? Conceptualizing the complex governance arrangements for mobility and urban form in Europe". Cities 54, (May): 4-10.

Haarstad, H. 2016. "Who is driving the ‘smart city’ agenda? Assessing smartness as a governance strategy for cities in Europe". In Services and the Green Economy, edited by Jones, A., Ström, P., Hermelin, B., and Rusten, G. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 199-218.

Haarstad, H and Rusten, G. 2016. "The challenges of greening energy: policy/industry dissonance at the Mongstad refinery, Norway". Environment and Planning C: Government & Policy 34, (2): 340-355.

Tvinnereim E and Ivarsflaten E. 2016. “Fossil fuels, employment, and support for climate policies.” Energy Policy 96: 364-371. 

Tvinnereim, E. and S. I. Steinshamn. 2016. “Folkelig aksept for klima- og energitiltak i Norge.” [“Public acceptance of climate and energy policies in Norway”] Samfunnsøkonomen 130, (2): 77-86.

Wanvik, T., Skoglund, R., Oseland, S., Koller, M., Haarstad, H. 2016. Hvordan bygge en elv? Motstridende hensyn i norsk klimatilpasning [How to build a river? Conflicting concerns in Norwegian climate adaptation] Naturen<https://www.idunn.no/natur/2016/01>, 140, No. 1, pp. 28-35.