UNESCO Chair: Sustainable heritage and environmental management

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On May 16 BIO held its annual Student Poster Symposium, inviting students from seven different courses to present their work and exhibit posters. One of the courses participating in the poster symposium was SDG215: Life on Land, taught by Inger Måren.
1. juni arrangerte Nordhordland UNESCO biosfæreområde og UNESCO Chair-gruppen ved UiB Biosfæredagen - den første av sitt slag i Norge! Dagen hadde et fullspekket program fra morgen til kveld, med faglig innhold om pågående og avsluttet forskning i regionen, samt presentasjoner om spennende temaer innenfor relevante bærekraftutfordringer i Nordhordland.
On June 1st, UiB's UNESCO Group and Nordhordland UNESCO Biosphere Reserve is arranging the BIOSPHERE DAY in Knarvik, Nordhordland. UNESCO Group members will present current and previous scientific projects from the region, and share reuslts and insights. The event is open to the public.
The Norwegian World Heritage Forum 2023 is being held in Bergen on May 3-5. In connection to this, UNESCO Chair Inger Måren was recently interviewed about her work with Biosphere Reserves. Dr. Måren will also be giving a talk on her experiences with research in, with and for UNESCO Biosphere Reserves at the World Forum on May 5.
PhD candidate Jarrod Cusens, connected to the UNESCO Chair and CESAM, is defending his thesis "Mapping the Connections" on Monday April 24.
After dedicating most of the last six months of the project to conducting interviews, the CULTIVATE project partners finally met in person, this time on the Hiiumaa island in the West Estonian Archipelago – almost exactly a year since the first in-person meeting in Trebon in March 2022.
Join members of the UNESCO Chair Group and the Centre for Sustainable Area Management (CeSAM) for a workshop on participatory research during Day Zero, February 8th 2023.
Gjennom høsten 2022 har UNESCO Chair Inger Måren gjennomført vandreintervjuer med innbyggere i Nordhordland som en del av EU-prosjektet CULTIVATE (Co-creating cultural narratives for sustainable rural development) - ett intervju fra hver av de 11 opprinnelige kommunene i Nordhordland UNESCO biosfæreområde. Sentralt i disse intervjuene står intervjuobjektenes forhold til landskap og kulturarv i... Read more
As the negotiations in Montreal draw to a close, headlines are announcing the big Targets agreed to by nearly 200 countries pledging to put a stop to biodiversity loss.