We are heading towards 2.8 degrees of warming with the current climate measures the world has put in place, according to the UN . The measures announced this year will result in an increase of 2.4 to 2.6 degrees, way above the 1.5 degree target set in the Paris Agreement. This year's summit is a step on the road to change.
We are all confronted with global climate change challenges and the urgent need for climate action. Welcome to a student-driven conference on climate change and the potential for engaging with transforming society. 29 November at Vitenparken.
The war in Ukraine has led to fears that nuclear reactors will be damaged and lead to emissions of radioactive material. NMBU’s professor Deborah Oughton says that the attacks hardly pose a major threat to us in Norway. Here she answers five questions about the situation.
"We have to act now to secure a liveable future for everyone on earth," says NMBU professor Siri H. Eriksen. She is one of the authors behind the most recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report.
When statistician Kathrine Frey Frøslie explained the R-number using crochet, the video went viral in Norway. Her knitted and crocheted corona art is now available in English, and on display in an international corona exhibition from UNESCO.