Huge amounts of water flowing in the river near the Hunderfossen hydroelectric power station in Norway.
Vannkraft-Norge produserer mer fornybar energi enn vi forbruker. Samtidig har vi forpliktet oss overfor EU til å øke vår produksjon av fornybar energi.Foto: Colourbox

Climate and Resource Management

Climate change, energy production and biodiversity enhancement are all key challenges that will leave their mark on rural communities and management of uncultivated resources for a long time to come.

Justifiable management of climate and natural resources requires the development and use of research-based knowledge. We conduct research on processes related to the introduction of climate measures and the consequences of climate management. Developing knowledge about sustainable management and use and protection is also an important part of our research in this field. This research includes how resource management affects and is affected by climate challenges, the emerging bioeconomy, the green shift, energy production, as well as changing attitudes towards nature and outfield resources.

Research areas within Climate and Resource Management
Research managers
Maja Farstad

Maja Farstad Senior Researcher +47 918 23 469

Latest about Climate and Resource Management

Climate and Resource Management

RESTORE: Restoration of ecosystem functioning and biodiversity in semi-natural habitats under high pressure

Agriculture and business development

Funding Future Welfare: Bioeconomy as the «New Oil» and the Sharing of Benefits from Natural Resources (BioShare)

Area

LAMASUS – Land Management for Sustainability

Farming

KARBONMAT: Designing sustainable business model (SBM) concepts for carbon sequestration in soils to transform the Norwegian food system

Area

Grassland conservation across European landscapes protecting biodiversity and ecosystem services with ecological networks

Aquaculture

SkillsRoad: analyzing mismatches between skills and regional economic development plans

Bioeconomy

A-16/23 Breaking wind: A comparison between U.S. and European approaches in offshore wind energy leadership in the North Atlantic region

Business development and bioeconomy

A-15/23 Landscape Democracy and the Implementation of Renewable Energy Facilities

Climate and Resource Management

A-14/23 Three Wind Farm Developments, Three Different Planning Difficulties: Cases from Denmark

Bioeconomy

Agrisocial: Towards a socially sustainable green transition for agriculture and rural communities

Animal welfare

Welfarm: Improving animal welfare regulatory compliance in dairy and pig farming

Bioeconomy

Climate Smart Management for Resilient European Cropping Systems