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CET researchers are active in several workshops at this year's Day Zero. Be sure to register for the event happening on February 10th, 2021.
Anand Bhopal, Esmeralda Colombo and Siddharth Sareen have recently been granted seed funding through the CET Accelerator funding scheme. CET congratulates these young researcher talents on their successful applications!
Digitisation enables the electrification of mobility. How can we ensure this transition is just? CET researcher Siddharth Sareen examines how digitisation can enable socially inclusive energy transitions in a new EU project.
The team is growing! These are the students who are to bring about the student led activities for the spring semester at the Collaboratory.
The ongoing situation with COVID-19 has forced us to think differently about the master's students connected to CET. We are excited to announce the launch of the CET Master Student Network.
We are pleased to share with you the CET Annual Report 2019. The centre keeps growing its activities, and in 2019 there were a good number of publications, including some high-impact journals. Read our highlights pamphlet below and download the full annual report.
Urban population growth, internet shopping and demand for fast delivery services are increasing the amount of freight travelling through our cities. How we plan freight logistics is an important measure in creating sustainable cities.
CET has adjusted to the new situation we are in and moved our weekly lunch seminars online. Connect with our network every Wednesday!
Sustainable development, climate change and energy transformation call for innovation in all sectors of society. In University of Bergen's course in Sustainable Innovation, you will create innovative solutions to real sustainability challenges.
With prospects of an extensive transformation of the biggest cargo-port on the Norwegian west coast into a sustainable urban mixed business and residential area, researchers and students from CET were invited to give their perspectives on sustainable urbanism at BYLAB.
Call for abstracts is now open for Bergen International Student Conference 2020: Beyond Sustainable Development. Join us in Bergen on March 23–24th 2020 to discuss the pressing issues of our times.
According to Håvard Haarstad, scientists have to commit to doing everything they can to get society moving in the right direction. His own commitment to saving the world earned him a night in prison in New York.
How can we organize an international conference and at the same time, reduce our climate impact? This became the central question while organising our third edition of the Beyond Oil conference. We are happy to reveal that our 2019 conference halved the emissions of the previous conference in 2017.
Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation ready for a new round of CET Accelerator seed funding. Send in applications before November 29.
Klimaomstillingssenteret CET tyvstartet like godt Beyond Oil - konferansen ved å okkupere en hel togvogn på toget fra Oslo til Bergen.
Erik Kolstad and Scott Bremer organise training in transdisciplinary climate adaptation research for early career researchers.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for Beyond Oil: Deep and Rapid Transformations. The live streams for the keynote sessions are now available.
The 22-23 October Entro is organizing a seminar on sustainable cities and buidings, and as this is an important issue in relation to renewable energy, we would like to spread the word. The seminar will be held in norwegian. Below is their own description of the seminar

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