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Webinars from NTNU Energy Team Society

More than just a game? The potential of creative engagement to spark sustainable change

More than just a game? The potential of creative engagement to spark sustainable change

Speaker: Isabel G.M. Richter, Department of Psychology, NTNU

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The role of research in a world of fast policymaking: Co-producing smart sustainable cities

The role of research in a world of fast policymaking: Co-producing smart sustainable cities

Speaker: Hilde Refstie, Department of Geography, NTNU
 

Melt, Rise and Reckoning with Precarity

Melt, Rise and Reckoning with Precarity
 

Speaker: Cymene Howe, Rice University & Department of Social Anthropology, NTNU

Renewable energy expansion and national sovereignty

Renewable energy expansion and national sovereignty

Speakers: Espen Moe, Department of Sociology and Political Science, NTNU and Susanne Therese Hansen, Department of Sociology and Political Science, NTNU

Configurational Innovation Systems: Explaining the slow German Heating transition

Configurational Innovation Systems: Explaining the slow German Heating transition

Speaker: Julius Wesche, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, NTNU

WellWithin: Living well within the Doughnut

WellWithin: Living well within the Doughnut
 

Speakers: Elizabeth Barron, Department of Geography, NTNU and Marius Korsnes, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, NTNU

NO Search Avatar image Engaging with "end-users" in zero emission neighbourhoods: Examples from ZEN's living labs

Engaging with "end-users" in zero emission neighbourhoods: Examples from ZEN's living labs

Speaker: Ruth Woods, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, NTNU
 

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