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Welcome to Noragric

Welcome to Noragric

Welcome to the Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Noragric.

Vacancy: Associate Professor in International Environmental and Development Studies /Head of Education

The Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Noragric announces a permanent position as Associate Professor in International Environmental and Development Studies /Head of Education.

New publication

New publication

Connor J. Cavanagh. Biopolitics, Environmental Change, and Development Studies in Forum for Development Studies. 

IPCC's sub report II was launched March 31

IPCC's sub report II was launched March 31

Associate Professor Siri Eriksen (Noragric) is one of the main authors on sub report II, on Impacts, adaptation and vulnerability, by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The report was presented at the Directorate of Environment this morning.

Debating Norwegian forest investments in Africa

Debating Norwegian forest investments in Africa

Over the past few years, Professor Tor A. Benjaminsen has publicly raised concerns about projects managed by the Norwegian forest company Green Resources (GR) in East Africa.

Studying at Noragric: Experiences from Caitlin Murphy from the USA

Studying at Noragric: Experiences from Caitlin Murphy from the USA

Caitlin Murphy is an exchange student from Pennsylvania, USA and takes courses in two of Noragric's Master programmes: International Relations and International Development Studies.

 
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