Industrial Ecology Programme

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Research highlights

Used clothes

16.12.2023.  Used clothes are good, but fewer are better. New study by Kamila Krych and Johan B. Pettersen about the clothing consumption of Norwegian households.


14.12.2023.  Our researchers Edgar Hertwich, Anders Hammer Strømman and Helene Muri comment on the agreement from the UN climate negotiations, COP28.

Building typologies

07.12.2023. Archetype-based energy and material use estimation for the residential buildings in Arab Gulf countries. This paper explores the characteristics of residential buildings in the GCC region and their effects on energy and material use.


23.11.2023. Introducing MarINvaders, our interactive web toolkit! We've compiled a database of 112,399 marine species, uncovering 966 aliens and 1,655 listed as threatened by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

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