GREEN 2050 – Centre for Green Shift in the Built Environment

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  • Gutt på sparkesykkel med sol og trær i bakgrunn

  • Futuristiske biler på elv med grønne trær rundt

  • Jente som springer på gresslette

  • kontorbygning med grønn beplantning på vegger og tak

Green2050 – Centre for Green Shift in the Built Environment

Green2050 – Centre for Green Shift in the Built Environment

Centre for Green Shift in the Built Environment aims to be an arena of networking and collaboration between academia and the industry. A hub for accelerating existing, planned, and new projects. The goal is to transition into a carbon neutral built environment within 2050. 

The built environment is crucial if we shall achieve national and international goals related to more sustainable roads, infrastructure and cities. 

The construction sector is responsible for more than 40% of the world's energy consumption today. 40 % consumption also means that there is a possibilty to be 40 % of the solution for the green shift. 

Green2050 will provide research of excellence and educate candidates with high digital- and sustainability competence ready to take on the green shift. 

Want to become carbon neutral by 2050 or join a project? Contact us

Contact

Contact

Email:
green2050@ibm.ntnu.no

Visiting addresses:
Gløshaugen:  Høgskoleringen 7a
Valgrinda:      S.P. Andersens veg 5

Postal address:
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
NTNU
7491 Trondheim - Norway

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Activities

Career opportunities

Career opportunities

We are regularly searching for PhDs and people interested in joining projects. 

Check out our career opportunities and latest positions.