Tag: Geofysisk Institutt

On a (zero e)mission to change the world

Hi, my name is Silje and I am 25 years old from Lillehammer. In my spare time, I enjoy running, cycling, dancing, hanging out with friends and working on projects that contribute to a green social development, which contributes to a greener world, a better world, such as the creation of the Innovation Center About…
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A small step in the right direction

My name is Benedicte Nergaard, and I was born and raised along the coast at Sola in Rogaland. I sailed across the Stadhavet when I was 1 year old, and there have been many boat trips since then. Interest in the sea and nature has flourished and is no longer just interest, but also my…
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From cutting hair to cutting CO2 emissions

My name is Inger Kristin, I am 25 years old and I’m from Bergen. I am an educated hairdresser but decided to make a career change after getting the qualification. The choice ended with a bachelor’s degree in climate, atmospheres, and marine physics, and I am now in the third year. The reason I chose…
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Change the world by telling the world

Who are the initiators of Om tomorrow? In the next few weeks, we’ll publish a post about each so you can get to know us! The first out of the initiators is Carina, who is responsible for social media in About Tomorrow. I am a 21-year-old girl from Harstad who moved to Bergen 2 years…
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Let’s talk about tomorrow

January 29, 2018, a small group of students from UiB had the pleasure of inviting over 600 participants to a magnificent climate and energy conference in the Peer Gynt hall in Grieghallen. For so long we worked really hard, on booking speakers and locals, obtaining sponsorship money and outreach to students and business representants, to…
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