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15 May 2024 at 16:00:00

ØX Tap Room, Munkegata, Trondheim, Norway

Protect Our Winters (POW)

Get ready for an exciting collaboration on Wednesday as we dive into urgent topics and solutions to Protect Our Winters. Explore the social dynamics at play when skiing in avalanche terrains, envision the future of Arctic permafrost landscapes, and discover how we can make our ski trips more sustainable. Join us on the snow-packed journey towards a brighter, greener future for our beloved winter playgrounds. See you there!

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Today's talented Speakers!
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Marte Sundberg

Social influence in avalanche terrains

We humans are social creatures who often look to others for advice on how to act. This is usually beneficial to fit into a group and our society, but how does this strategy work in environments like avalanche-terrains? What kind of social influences is to find in these areas? And how can we learn to use it to make better and safer decisions when skiing in the mountains? Come to the talk and learn!

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Esther Bender


Modeling the future of Arctic permafrost landscapes- Why we should care, but not panic.

Arctic Landscapes change rapidly and permafrost soils are thawing. Besides the loss of those unique landscapes, this may also lead to huge amounts of carbon and methane emissions. Climate Models are useful to determined those emissions.But those models are not perfect. So how can we use them to model Permafrost soils and what do they tell us about future Carbon emissions?

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Elena Lorenzoni

Røyrgata 6, 6856 Sogndal, Norway

Travel behavior of the eco-conscious outdoor community: is it sustainable?

Engaging with climate change first hand, the outdoor community faces a paradox: while connected to nature, their activities contribute to high transport emissions. This study focuses on moblity beahvior of the enviornmental organisation Protect Our Winters (POW), and shows a gap between their attitudes, values and mobility behavior. What are effective policies and measures to bridge this gap?

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