Centre for Landscape Democracy (CLaD)

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Landscape Architecture for Global Sustainability - Master of Science

Landscape Architecture for Global Sustainability - Master of Science

Do you want to engage in some of the most pressing issues of our time? Combining practices from landscape architecture and studies in global development, this programme offers a unique approach to environmental and social challenges across the globe

Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Blue-Green Infrastructure and Ecosystem Services for Stormwater Management and Flood Risk Mitigation. Norwegian and International Experiences

Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Blue-Green Infrastructure and Ecosystem Services for Stormwater Management and Flood Risk Mitigation. Norwegian and International Experiences

International Seminar at the NMBU,  14. November 2019. Clock building U215, 12.15 – 16.00

Invited speakers: Chiara Cortinovis (Lund University, Sweden), Blal Adem Esmail (KTH, Sweden), Lina Suleiman (KTH. Sweden), Marianne Karlsson (NIVA, Norway)Anne-Karine Halvorsen Thoren, Ingrid Merete Ødegård (NMBU)Steinar Taubøll (NMBU) and Mina Di Marino (NMBU). 

CLaD

The Centre for Landscape Democracy (CLaD) is a cross-departmental, interdisciplinary centre at Landsam, Norwegian University of Life Sciences for the creation and dissemination of scientific knowledge, creative interpretations and innovative solutions within the themes of landscape, development, and democracy. The centre was established by professor Shelley Egoz in 2014 and she directed the center until retirement in 2019.​

Core Group:

Mina di Marino, Associate Professor, NMBU

Shai André Divon, Associate Professor, NMBU

Contact us

Visit us at the 'KA Building', Ås campus, Fredrik A. Dahls vei 15, 1430 Ås.

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