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.
Brochure – ClimaViet: Adaptation and mitigation through innovative measures
Kathrine Torday Gulden, Udaya Sekhar Nagothu
No abstract has been registered
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.