Faces of Future Earth Norway

Highlighting people engaged with Future Earth Norway. Our goal is to create a vibrant network of researchers, policy makers and practitioners interested in applying integrated research to achieve global sustainability solutions.

  • Dorothy J. Dankel

    Researcher at the Department of Biology at the University of Bergen.

    My vision for Future Earth is to provide renewed legitimacy for transdisciplinary research in fields heavily influenced by science and society interactions, such as my area - the marine sciences, fisheries and aquaculture, which depend on societal and interdisciplinary collaboration.

  • Irmelin Gram-Hanssen

    PhD Fellow in Human Geography at the University of Oslo

    My vision for Future Earth is that we move beyond research as usual and develop projects that are both academically invigorating and engage people from outside the scientific community in answering the questions of where we want to go and how we can get there.

  • Hanna Høiland

    Head of Framtiden i Våre Hender Student Team Oslo.
     
    My vision for Future Earth is creative collaboration across the board contributing to real change in society as well as personal transformation for the people involved. 
     
  • Milda Jonusaite Nordbø

    PhD Candidate in Human Geography at the University of Oslo.

    My vision for Future Earth is that we can contribute with both big ideas that can challenge what we consider as realistic options, as well as with practical knowledge on how to contribute to transformation in various scales.

  • Glen Peters

    Senior Researcher at CICERO

    My vision for Future Earth is that it will catalyze nimble knowledge action networks that can opportunistically respond as new challenges arise on our transformation to a sustainable society.

  • Asun St Clair

    Senior Principal Scientist in Strategy and Climate Change at DNV GL

    My vision for Future Earth is that it can inspire more research and engagement with societal stakeholders to enable society to think more holistically, critically and creatively about the way we shape the future and what needs to change.

  • Irene Øvstebø Tvedten

    PhD Candidate at the Centre for Technology, Innovation and Research (TIK), University of Oslo

    My vision for Future Earth is that it will create a sense of unity between researchers within the field of sustainability.