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The Crop Trust visits the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center in Mexico.

Large NMBU project on seed security

Farmers’ access to seeds is the focus of a new project ‘Access to seeds: From emergencies to seed system development’, led by Ola Westengen and funded by the Research Council of Norway (RCN).

Strategien er den første for det nye fakultetet. Strategien skal legges til grunn for instituttenes strategier, årsplaner, budsjett, handlingsplaner og bemanningsplan.

Strategy 2019 - 2023

The Faculty Board approved this strategy on 7 June 2018.

Welcome to this years Graduation Day.

LANDSAM Graduation Day 2018

On 19 June 2018, LANDSAM arranged a joint Graduation Day, a big, eventful day where all of the spring's approximately 170 Bachelor- and Master students at LANDSAM took their oral examinations.

Oslo-byråd Lan Marie Nguyen Berg ønsket velkommen til årets POLLEN-konferanse foran et fullsatt auditorium med noen av de fremste internasjonale forskerne innen politisk økologi.

Noragric co-host one of the world's largest conferences in political ecology and green economy

Many of the big names in political ecology attended the POLLEN conference, opened by the Oslo Green Party's Lan Marie N. Berg in June 2018. With over 500 delegates from over 70 countries, the event is one of the largest in its field. 

Evaluation of the Social Sciences in Norway

LANDSAM research group given 'world class' status

Noragric's 'Rights, Accountability and Power in Development' (RAPID) research group receives top ranking from the Research Council of Norway and the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education.

Adapting crop and livestock to climate change in Mali

Adapting crops and livestock to climate change in Mali

A second phase of a Noragric project focused on improving food security in Mali was recently confirmed by Malian Minister of Foreign Affairs Tiéman Hubert Coulibaly and the Norwegian embassy in Mali.  

Noragrics Siri Eriksen er en av hovedforfatterne av kapittelet om fattigdom og levekår i FNs klimarapport del 2.

LANDSAM's Siri Eriksen amongst Top 10 most downloaded

Top 10 downloaded articles in Taylor & Francis journal Climate & Development includes 2 co-authored by Noragric Professor Siri Eriksen.

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.

Climate change

2 NMBU professors selected for UN Climate Panel

Noragric's Tor A. Benjaminsen and Siri Eriksen are selected to work on the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)'s next assessment report. 

 

Arkivet inneholder blant annet professorarkiver, plantegninger og elevarbeider fra de siste 100 årene i norsk landskapsarkitektur.

New blog on the history of Norwegian landscape architecture

In 2014, the Historical Archive of Norwegian Landscape Architecture opened at NMBU. A new blog will make the archive more accessible to everyone.

Tore Edvard Bergaust er ny instituttleder på Institutt for landskapsarkitektur

Meet the new landscape boss

The Department of Landscape Architecture has a new Head. Interview with Tore Edvard Bergaust.

Painted border fence in Tijuana, US-Mexico border, January 2018

The Dreamers vs The Wall

Noragric Professor John-Andrew McNeish on life at the US-Mexico border, where he is currently on sabbatical. Latest entry in the Noragric Blog

Climate change

2 LANDSAM professors selected for UN Climate Panel

Noragric's Tor A. Benjaminsen and Siri Eriksen are selected to work on the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)'s next assessment report. 

 

Shai Divon.

Shai Divon appointed new Head of Department at Noragric

From 1 January, Shai Divon will replace Poul Wisborg as Head of the Department of International Environment and Development Studies.

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Workers in terror-hit states: Join a union!

Noragric PhD alumna Camilla Houeland on trade unions in Nigeria. Interview in Morgenbladet's 'The Doctor Answers' series.

I desember 2016 mottok den colombianske presidenten, Juan Manuel Santos, Nobels fredspris for fredsprosessen i Colombia. I året etter har 56 sosiale ledere mistet livet og den colombianske regjeringen fortsetter å snakke om disse drapene som om de var tilfeldige fenomener, ifølge Cornelia Helmcke.

Political murder in Colombia continues without punishment

A year ago, the Colombian president was in Oslo to receive the Nobel Peace Prize; the Colombian government promised to protect peasants, indigenous people and afro-descendants. They are not keeping that promise, writes Noragric PhD Fellow Cornelia Helmcke (also published in forskning.no). 

Morten Jerven er tatt opp til Akademiet for yngre forskere.

Morten Jerven joins the Young Academy of Norway

The Young Academy of Norway has assigned 14 new members. One of them is Morten Jerven, a Professor of Development Studies at Noragric. Congratulations!

Brenda Awuor Jimris-Rekve vant pris for beste oppgave 2017.

Prize for Best Master's Thesis goes to study on terrorism impacts

Noragric student Brenda Awuor Jimris-Rekve won the prize for Best Master’s Thesis at NMBU in 2016 for her work on the impact of terrorism on the Kenyan media. 

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New collaboration between the meat industry and NMBU

Project will explore new opportunities in livestock farming with the climate-friendly production and innovative marketing of over-wintered lamb. 

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Better urban planning with Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality can help facilitate more informed discussions between stakeholders in urban planning projects and lead to more transparency – resulting in better and fairer processes, says researcher.

A girl washing her hands during Global Hand-washing Day.

The importance of clean hands and water

Promising project engaging communities to improve sanitation and hygiene in Tanzania is adapted for rural India, using NMBU funding.

Participants of the PhD course 'Qualitative Methods in Development Studies', 2017.

How do I design robust and reliable research for my PhD thesis within social science?

Noragric offers a course in Qualitative Methods in Development Studies that provides methods and tools for data collection for PhD students.

Planting.

Noragric in new Horizon 2020 Project: InnovAfrica

The project aims to improve food security in Africa by integrating ways of increasing productivity for smallholder farms with innovative institutional approaches, including the use of smart phone apps and social media to communicate techniques and information.

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How to evaluate nature

What are the challenges and solutions to achieving a fair valuation of the benefits of nature for a good quality of life? This is the over-arching theme of a newly published special issue of the journal Ecosystem Services, co-edited by Erik Gómez-Baggethun.

Vladimir Putin with Yelena Mizulina.

The Politics of Fear: Russia Decriminalizes Violence against Women

Latest entry in the Noragric Blog by Kirsti Stuvøy, Associate Professor and Head of Education at the Faculty of Landscape and Society, NMBU.

CGIAR

Lenaerts & Eriksen: Transformation in governance towards resilient food systems

CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) Working Paper No. 190 co-authored by Lutgart Lenaerts and Siri Eriksen.
Shai André Divon

Divon: Negotiating justice - Legal pluralism and gender-based violence in Liberia

Article in Third World Quarterly (an NSD 'level 2' journal) by Shai Divon and NUPI's Morten Bøås

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