Digital Edition of Tvergastein #4: “Should We Kill the Car?”

Good news! The digital edition of Tvergastein issue 4 is now online!

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Issue #1-3

While you wait for the online version of our newest issue entitled “Should we Kill the Car?” we thought you might enjoy to revisit our earlier publications.

Issue #1: “Tvergastein”
Our first issue serves as an introduction to our journal. Named after the cabin of Norwegian philosopher and founder of deep ecology, Arne Næss, Tvergastein’s goal is to be a meeting place between academia and the environmental movement.

The issue contains contributions from noted scholars such as Robin Eckersly, Vandana Shiva, and David Rothenburg, and is complemented by an interview with Bruno Latour.

 

Issue #2: “The Opening of the Arctic”
At the same time as the Arctic ice cap is receding due to global warming the Arctic itself is emerging as the new frontier for shipping and fossil fuel extraction.

Our second issue thematizes this double opening with articles by former foreign minister of Norway Jonas Gahr Støre, Hanna Marcussen of MDG, and professor Lawrence Buell.

 

Issue #3: “Adaptation and its Limits”

The two main strategies for confronting the challenge of climate change have been mitigation and adaptation. In this issue we asked what adaptation to new climates entails and demands of us. Scholars like Dr. Kari Marie Nordgaard, and Professor Gufu Oba contributed.

Tvergastein #3 – Adaptation and Its Limits

Our most recent edition of the journal is now available for viewing (and download) through Issuu.

It’s also available as a .pdf right here.

If you’re in Oslo but missed our launch event and would like a hard copy of the journal, you can look for one at the Grønt UiO offices or elsewhere around campus, at SUM, and on the UMB campus in Ås, coming soon.

It’s here! Tvergastein ‘The Opening of the Arctic’

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You can now read the entire second issue of Tvergastein online!

You can also pick up a physical copy at:The Center for Development and the Environment (SUM) or at The Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB) in the Student information center.

A couple of our editors will also be holding a mini launch of the current issue at UMB in the entrance of Sørhellinga from 12:00 till 14:00 (There will be free cookies!)

Let us know what you think of our current issue! Join us on Facebook or tweet us @tvergastein

Thank you very much to all of those who attended our launch event on December third. Here are a few photos!

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