UiO:Energy Forum 2019: Day 1

UiO:Energy and FME INCLUDE invite you to join us for a discussion on the role of science in the ongoing energy transition. How can science contribute to fostering an inclusive energy transition that is sustainable for the climate, for the economy and for society as a whole?

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Program day 1

Energy Transition and Sustainable Societies

  • 09:00 - Registration and coffee
  • 10:00 - Welcome and opening: Svein Stølen, Rector at the University of Oslo
  • 10:15 - Energy Governance and the Global South: Johannes Urpelainen, the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies

Socially just energy transition: From theory to practice

  • 10:45 - Energy justice – promises and limitations of a novel concept: Kirsten Jenkins, the University of Edinburgh
  • 11:05 - The sociology of energy infrastructures: Observing the unexpected:
    Antti Silvast, NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
  • 11:25 - Energy systems modelling: A need to include social aspects?: Marianne Zeyringer, Department of Technology Systems, UiO
  • 11:45 - The Norwegian electricity system: Is there a need for a justice perspective?:
    Tor Håkon Jackson Inderberg, Fridtjof Nansen Institute and FME INCLUDE
  • 12:05 - Discussion: How can research contribute to a more socially just energy transition? What kind of knowledge is needed? How can we engage policy makers and other stakeholders in knowledge production? Do ‘they’ want to participate, and if not, who will represent different interests?
    Moderator: Simone Abram, Durham University
  • 12:20 - Lunch

Governing energy transition through socially inclusive processes

  • 12:50 - Decolonising Energy Transitions: Simone Abram, Durham University
  • 13:05 - Multi-level governance of wicked problems -  towards a flexible and co-managing practice: Hege Westskog, CICERO (Center for International Climate Research) and FME INCLUDE
  • 13:20 - Climate budget and governance: Audun Garberg, Oslo Municipality.
  • 13:35 - Creating public acceptance for multilevel cooperation in green transitions: Anders Tønnesen, Institute of Transport Economics (TØI)
  • 13:50 - Discussion: Relationship central-local level of governance: Barriers for effective and socially just implementation.
    Moderator: Anders Tønnesen, TØI and  FME INCLUDE
  • 14:10 - Refreshments

Mobilities and neighbourhoods: Planning, design and practicing sustainability

  • 14:30 - Changing mobilities: How can lessons from the real world inform design, policy and social change?: Monika Buscher, Lancaster University
  • 14:40 - Co-living as a medium to strengthen our social ecological awareness and sustainable life practices. Presentation and reflections around a pilot project in Stavanger: Siv Helene Stangeland, Helen and Hard
  • 14:55 - The dynamics of urban metabolism in the face of digitalisation and changing lifestyles: Lars Böcker, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, UiO and Institute of Transport Economics (TØI)
  • 15:10 - Promising local innovations and the role of social science: Ruth Woods, NTNU and FME ZEN 
  • 15:25 - "When will our cities be smart?": Aron Sandell, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, UiO
  • 15:40 - Discussion: What do we know about the social implications of building, energy and transport planning? How can we obtain a comprehensive approach in policy and practice?: Moderator: Per Gunnar Røe, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, UiO and FME INCLUDE
  • 16:00 - Refreshments

Sustainable energy transition – pitching competition

Program day 2

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