Senior Communications Advisor at the Division for Environment and Natural Resources. My work assignments include:
- News articles, op-eds, photo and video
- Communications advice
- Social media
- Press contact
- External project Wordpress websites
- Graphic design for projects
- Project communications
- Translation/proof reading
- Master’s Degree (2006) in Cultural Studies/Critical Theory and Analysis at the University of Bergen, Norway.
- First year of agronomy studies at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences
- Senior Communications Advisor, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research
- Associate leader of the Norwegian Guild of Agricultural Journalists
- Communications Advisor, Bioforsk Soil and Environment Division
- Communications Advisor, Centre for the Study of Professions, OsloMet
- Senior Executive Officer, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Oslo
- Freelance translator and proof reader, UiO, UiB, OsloMet, Sintef etc.
- Editor-in-chief, Samviten, University of Bergen
- Journalist, Samviten, University of Bergen
Sea-level rise caused by climate change and global warming, poses a major threat to coastal regions due to salt-water intrusion and damage to agricultural land. Researchers now urge policy makers to take action before it is too late.
Video: How should India and other countries adapt their agricultural practices to a changing climate? In a new film, researchers explain how they go about in the ClimaAdapt project when developing new rice growing technologies and undertaking capacity building of farmers.
VIDEO: What kind of impacts can climate- and socio-economic change have on European lagoons? In this video, researchers explain the methodology used and highlight some of the outcomes and results from the Lagoons-project, which is soon drawing to a close.
VIDEO: Issues such as contamination from surrounding agriculture, increased tourism and climate change all pose a threat to Europe’s many lagoons - vulnerable ecosystems in densely populated areas. Scientists are now going new ways to secure better lagoon management in future.
Risk management of imported plants and seeds: possibilities for improved pest detection to prevent the introduction and spread of new pests
Plant pathogens and invertebrates harmful to plants continue to threaten food security and natural habitats. In Norway, the responsibility of performing plant health inspections on imported plants has gradually shifted to importers of plants who are currently responsible for internal pest control and must be registered with the Norwegian Food Safety Authority.