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What agency do we have over emission, by changing our habits, how can technology contribute to mitigate the emissions already occuring and how do monumental changes in climate shape our planet.

Zero: a climate perspective

22 May 2023

19:00 - 20:30


Søregata 22, Stavanger, Norway

Event will be in English





Zero Beef: Trade, Meat, and the Environment

The agricultural sector is the second largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. How can food consumption choices reduce emissions? I estimate a model of meat demand using purchasing data of meat and other protein rich products from a European retailer. I combine the purchasing data with data on production and transport emissions.




Zero Emissions: carbon capture and storage - pros and cons

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is touted as one of the main solutions to climate change. In this talk, we will look at the challenges of CCS and the technological development required for its widespread application.

Christopher Fredrik


Stavanger Maritime Museum

Zero Sea Level: Archaeology under water

The first settlements were established along the Norwegian coast around 11 000 years ago, some 500-700 years after the end of the last ice age. The post-glacial rebound creates an ever-changing sea level and turned the coastal stone age settlements into sub-sea sites.

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