Norwegian University of Science and Technology

On 1 January 2016, NTNU merged with the University Colleges of Ålesund, Gjøvik and Sør-Trøndelag. The merger gave NTNU more comprehensive educational offerings and larger research environments.

IIASA collaborates with the NTNU in the following areas:

01 June 2018
NTNU and IIASA tighten collaboration on climate research in world leading network

Volker Krey has been appointed as an adjunct professor in the Industrial Ecology (IndEcol) Programme and will join the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Energy Transition initiative, strengthening the scientific ties between the two institutions. More

22 October 2015
Decent Living Energy

Energy and emissions thresholds for providing decent living standards to all. There is confusion surrounding how poverty eradication will contribute to climate change. This is due to knowledge gaps related to the material basis of poverty, and the relationship between energy and human development. Addressing this issue rigorously requires bridging gaps between global justice, economics, energy systems analysis, and industrial ecology, and applying this knowledge to projections of anthropogenic greenhouse gases. More

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