Climate Change

Climate change uncertainty: Mind the gap

Written by Synne Movik, Catherine Wilson & Shibaji Bose Climate change uncertainty is often considered a ‘super wicked problem’ by scientists and policymakers, and climate scientists have long strived to understand […]

Stay Skeptisk

Vitenskapelige sannheter er både virkelige og sosialt konstruerte Written by Morten Jerven, Professor at Noragric Min forrige spalte i Kron og Mynt (Klassekampen) gav meg mange leserbrev (Falsk Forskning, Klassekampen, 12. […]

The crisis around Lake Chad

Written by Victor Adetula, Camilla Houeland and Tone Sommerfelt, first published in `Africa is a Country`. The world’s most extensive humanitarian crises is currently playing out in northeastern Nigeria and […]

Does Climate Change Cause Conflicts in the Sahel?

Written by Tor Arve Benjaminsen, Professor, Noragric. Droughts can potentially help escalate conflicts, but empirical evidence from the Sahel suggests that the root causes of land disputes are more historical […]

Uncertainty and Climate Change in India

Written by Hans Nicolai Adam, Postdoctoral Researcher, Noragric Harbouring one of the largest mangrove forest tracks in the world, the Sunderbans cover a sizeable area in southern Bangladesh and east India. Formed by […]