Department of Geography

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In my PhD project, I study the imaginaries and praxes around solar energy rollout in Rajasthan, India.
This post looks at the new student led group looking at the socioeconomic concepts of post-growth and degrowth and how they relate to System Dynamics. It provides insight on how students can engage more deeply in the System Dynamics methodology outside of the classroom and relate it to issues of sustainability, a major focus for many students in this program.
«We are well aware that a significant change is necessary. We have the knowledge that is needed. Now we must figure out what to do,» professor Håvard Haarstad at UiB says. The seventh SDG Conference in Bergen will be held from 7.-9. February. We ask: What should be the role of universities?
A comprehensive UAV Data Utilization Workshop Successfully Empowers Trainers in Agriculture and Environmental Monitoring in Ghana, Africa.
In his master's project Gamuchirai J Mukura is doing a remote sensing-based Land Degradation Assessment to inform sustainable Development Goal 15.3.
My project is focused on understanding impacts of environmental conflicts with focus on oil and gas refining in Africa.
In my master's project I study glacier and climate reconstruction during the Holocene with focus on the Little Ice Age in Bjellådalen, Austre Svartisen, northern Norway.
In my master's project I study modern glacier and climate fluctuations reflected as geodetic mass balance, calculated using UAV and historical aerial imagery at Fannaråkbreen, Jotunheimen.
My PhD project aims to advance the understanding of the feasibility of deploying emerging technologies to meet climate targets.
Are you a student and want to work with our course in Sustainable Innovation at UiB? Apply before 29.10.2023 and join our team at UiB Collaboratory!
In my PhD project, I seek to advance a methodological framework for integrated assessment modelling that narrows the gap between modellers/scientists and model users/real people, beyond the science-policy nexus.
This week, a series of scientific papers from CO-CREATE (EU-funded project), focusing on combatting obesity among adolescents, have been featured in special issue published by Obesity Reviews.
University of Bergen Professors, international Ph.D. students, and UiB’s Master students Dive into Cryospheric Monitoring at an Elite Summer School in the Lyngen Alps.
This week, more than 70 PhD students from all over the world assemble in Bergen for the annual Bergen Summer Research Schools—for the first time since the pandemic.
We have two deadlines this year: 1 June and 1 December. Congratulations to all who completed the degree this year!
Several members of the System Dynamics Group at University of Bergen received prestigious awards from the System Dynamics Society at the International System Dynamics Conference 2022 in Frankfurt, Germany.