Expert lists for journalists

Climate and CO2

May-Britt Hägg, Department of Chemical Engineering
technology to address climate issues, gas, removal of pollutants from gas
May-Britt Hägg

Annik Magerholm Fet, Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management
sustainability, environmental management, Corporate Social Responsibility (CRS), life-cycle analysis (LCA), ecolabelling (EPD), sustainable innovation, low emissions society, maritime environmental analysis, standardization
Annik Magerholm Fet

Olav Bolland, Department of Energy and Process Engineering
climate, CO2, energy efficiency, pollution, oil and gas
Olav Bolland

Bjørn Munro Jenssen, Department of Biology
The Arctic region: biological consequences of climate, contaminants and polar bears and other animals, birds and fish, pollution
Bjørn Munro Jenssen

Bernt-Erik Sæther, Department of Biology
ecological effects from climate change, elk, house sparrow, harvesting biology, biological diversity
Bernt-Erik Sæther

Sverre Quale, Department of Energy and Process Engineering
climate and CO2, security and risks, management, aviation and railway
Sverre Quale

Anders Hammer Strømman, Department of Energy and Process Engineering
sustainability: energy (bioenergy, wind, solar cells, carbon capture and storage), transport and environment (electric vehicles, hybrid vehicles, fuel cells, bio fuels, international transport), food production, international trade and environment
Anders Hammer Strømman

Øivind A. Arntsen, Department of Civil and Transport Engineering
climate change, tsunami, waves, harbours and molos, coastal zone
Øivind A. Arntsen

Christian Klöckner, Department of Psychology
reducing greenhouse gas emissions, environmental investing (zero emissions buildings, electric cars) energy efficiency, sustainable consumption, transportation choices
Christian Klöckner

Bente Jessen Graae, Department of Biology
vegetation and climate change, plant communities
Bente Jessen Graae


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