International Environment and Development Studies

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Noragric aspires to excellence in education, research and collaboration in interdisciplinary studies of development, international relations and the environment.

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Dutch map of the different Hanseatic League cities and trade routes.

City, state, and inter-territoriality: City networks and spatial re-scaling in the Baltic Sea area

Seminar by Nicolas Escach, Sciences Po Rennes. 7 May 2018, 10:00-12:00, Thor Larsen Loft, Tivoli Building, NMBU Ås Campus. All welcome.

Refugee camp

Security on the move

After decades of violent conflict, large numbers of Somalis have been displaced and the subsequent migration has contributed to the growth of cities across the country. This NMBU project, led by Durham University in the UK, will investigate links between urbanization and displacement in Somalia. Read more in the project’s first report.

Management regimes for REDD+. Noragric report No. 82

Management regimes for REDD+: An analysis of the regime in the RDS Rio Negro REDD+ pilot

Find out what the drivers of deforestation are in the Brazilian Amazon, and how forests are managed in a REDD+ pilot study in the Rio Negro Sustainable Development Reserve in Amazonas. Latest publication in the Noragric Report Series. 

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ICT4COP

Community-Based Policing and Post-Conflict Police Reform

A Horizon 2020 Collaborative Partner Research Project.
This project conducts integrated social and technical research on community-based policing (COP) in post-conflict countries in S.E. Europe, Asia, Africa and Central America.

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Department of International Environment and Development Studies 

Our research, education and institutional collaboration activities are focused primarily, but not exclusively, on developing countries and countries with economies in transition.

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