International Environment and Development Studies

International Environment and Development Studies, Noragric

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

News

Eco-fascism: the future of right-wing extremism?

Eco-fascism: the future of right-wing extremism?

Join NMBU's annual Global Development Studies Lecture. This year, renowned social anthropologist and author Sindre Bangstad will discuss eco-fascism past and present. Friday 3 December, streamed event.

‘The UN is finally raising the topic of seed security.’

‘The UN is finally raising the topic of seed security.’

NMBU researcher Ola Westengen will help to put seed security for farmers across the world on the agenda at the UN Food Systems Summit in September.

Is cooperation with the Taliban a recipe for disaster or a new way forward?

Is cooperation with the Taliban a recipe for disaster or a new way forward?

Whilst we wait for the Taliban to meet international human rights standards, it would be wrong to withhold humanitarian assistance as the harsh winter draws in. Humanitarian action will build confidence on both sides whilst providing critical aid, say Karim Merchant & Ingrid Nyborg.

Research

Research at Noragric is organised into four thematic clusters that are closely linked to the Department's education programmes and institutional collaborations. See our research pages for full information.

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


Head of Department
Jennifer Joy West

 

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