Bart Immerzeel, Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA), will defend his PhD thesis "How green is the green shift? The potential effects of a bioeconomy on ecosystem services in Nordic catchments" on Friday the 24th of September, 2021.
Phd degree – Trial Lecture and Public Defence
“How green is the green shift? The potential effects of a bioeconomy on ecosystem services in Nordic catchments”
Hvor grønt er det grønne skiftet? Bioøkonomiens potensielle effekt på økosystemtjeneste i nordiske nedbørfelt
Prescribed subject of the trial lecture:
“The Strengths and Weaknesses of Non-Market Valuation of Ecosystem Services in Project Appraisal and Decision-Support”.
Time and place for the trial lecture and the public defence:
Friday 24th of September 2021, at 12.15
This public defense will be held partly in digital form since physical presence is hindered as a result of the Corona pandemic. The disputation can be attended by using the following link in Zoom: https://nmbu.zoom.us/j/61703070758?pwd=cHhLWEpZSGtQb1NjbllTVUc3b0J2dz09
All are welcome to attend the digital meeting, but please read the guidelines below before you open the link. This is to make sure that the disputation can be held without interruptions.
First opponent: Professor Brett Day, Department of Economics, University of Exeter, UK
Second opponent: Dr. Annelies Boerema, International Marine and Dredging Consultants (IMDC), Antwerp, Belgium
Committee coordinator: Professor Jan Mulder, MINA/NMBU
Main supervisor: Dr. Jan Vermaat, MINA/NMBU
Co-supervisors: Professor Arrti Juutinen, University of Oulu, Finland and professor Gunnhild Riise, MINA/NMBU
Guidelines for attending:
- Do not use camera.
- Mute your microphone.
- In Zoom you will first be placed in the waiting room. Please introduce yourself with your name, rather than with your IP address or computer name.
- If anyone has a question and wants to oppose ‘ex auditorio’, please write in the chat window of Zoom (1) “XY (your name) has a question" and (2) the question in brief. The chair of the defence will evaluate whether your question is opportune, and you will be given the word after the two opponents have concluded.
- When you are being given the word, you switch on your microphone and camera. Ensure briefly whether you are being heard.
- We advise you to test your own equipment before attending.
- The chat is not be used for general discussions.
The doctoral thesis is available for public review. For those of you who want access to the thesis in pdf-form, please send an email to Ole Wiggo Røstad – firstname.lastname@example.org.