Elisabeth Schøyen Jensen
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Elisabeth Schøyen Jensen is the PhD candidate on Scott Bremer's ERC-funded project CALENDARS.
Elisabeth focuses on seasons in urban environments, asking how we can and do know the seasons in urban environments today. Elisabeth is a member of The Norwegian Researcher School in Environmental Humanities and her supervisors are Scott Bremer, Kyrre Kverndokk and Michelle Bastian.
Elisabeth was also involved in the Co-cli-serv project and the KQA-SMD project.
- Jury member of Bergen International Film Festival (BIFF)'s The Golden Owl award during the 2022 festival. The Golden Owl (Gulluglen) is the University of Bergen’s competition programme for research and science documentaries. The award was established in 2014 and is a collaboration between BIFF and the University.
- Together with Sissel Aasheim & Scott Bremer, presentation at parallel session Local Practices at Climate Change Temporalities: Narratives, Representations and Practices - A conference on humanistic approaches to climate change, University of Bergen, Norway, August 11-13, 2021. Title: Mapping local seasonal change using primstavs. - 11.08.2021
- Presentation in online seminar series Phenomenal Time: perceiving ecological temporalities: The Primstav exercise - an engaging and creative way to draw, think and talk about local seasons and climate adaptation - 28.10.2021
- Part of event committee for Timely Methods for Novel Times! , an online open space format workshop exploring processes and methods to collectively understand the pressures and possibilities of time. - 12.02.2022
- (2021). Quality Assessment in Co-developing Climate Services in Norway and the Netherlands. Frontiers in Climate. 1-15.
- (2019). Hva sier 1,5-gradersrapporten om lavutslippsomstilling for Vestfold? 02. 02. .
- (2018). Potensial og barrierer for kommunale klimatiltak. 03. 03. .
- (2018). Hva sier spesialrapporten om 1,5 °C om lavutslippsomstilling for Oslo? 13. 13. .
- (2018). Potensial og barrierer for kommunale klimatiltak.
- (2020). The bumpy road to low-carbon transportation: Comparing Norway’s policies on biofuels and electrification of vehicles .
- (2018). Case study car sharing: Update on status and plans.
- (2022). Local representations of a changing climate. 21 pages.
More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)
Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana
PhD candidate Elisabeth Schøyen Jensen will present her PhD essay in the Philosophy and Ethics of the Social Sciences at the Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities (SVT).
The Primstav Exercise
Elisabeth Schøyen Jensen, PhD candidate on the CALENDARS project at the Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities, will do a presentation in the seminar series "Phenomenal Time: perceiving ecological temporalities."
Citizen science project wins 3rd place
The project Meet je Stad (Measure your City), which has links to two UiB research projects, has been named the 3rd most sustainable Dutch initiative.
Making a primstav of today
As part of our local communication and engagement work, we developed a creative exercise centered on the traditional Norwegian calendar stick, the primstav.
Making a primstav of today - part II
This spring we ran the primstav exercise again, this time with a local 7th grade school class we have collaborated with and followed for one school year
The CALENDARS project and adapting to seasonality
The CALENDARS project aims to explore how the gardens adapt to changes in seasonality.
Knowledge quality assessment as a sensemaking device (KQA-SMD)
This project is an enquiry into the ability for climate change knowledge assessment to strengthen local communities through sensemaking.
A fast-filling Calendar
The CALENDARS project started on New Years day 2019, and it is off to an energetic start!