Sustainable management is an important part of the ability to successfully maintain the quality of life on our planet,a
In energy transitions sustainable management mainly is connected to management of natural resources. Increasing consumers’ preferences towards product sustainability is evident and this is also the case going forward towards a sustainable energy market.
The producers of energy need to consider the sustainability in shifting to a greener economy, not only for their products lifetime, but also for the impact that affects society at large.
The interactions within the environment and entire ecosystems needs to be considered for future environmental challenges -not only isolated single issues, species, or ecosystem services. This requires a cross-sectoral considerations of interactions between sectors of human activity (e.g. fishing and off-shore energy development in offshore environments and combine these multiple levels in order to address the cumulative impacts of different sectors.
EOV partners work with the challenges related to how value-creation in companies can best be measured, analysed and managed to find optimal solutions to complicated decision-making processes.
BOW is established by the University of Bergen to coordinate and strengthen the research and education in offshore wind energy.
The Centre for Sustainable Area Management (CeSAM) is a UiB initiative to support sustainable management of our landscapes and oceans, biod
NORA aims to strengthen Norwegian research, education and innovation within artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics.
EOV partner University of Bergen leads ACT funded project ACTOM and EOV partner NORCE is also involved in the work.
SFI Smart Ocean - Technology for monitoring and management of a healthy and productive ocean.
Bergen Center for Competition Law and Economics (BECCLE) was established in 2011.
COMETS will investigate CAI evolution and contribution in the energy transition efforts at EU and national level in six countries
SUREAQUA -facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration across the Nordic bioeconomy community
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Energiomstilling Vest partnerne med RFF Vest-forprosjektet "PRE-DECOR - Decommissioning Regulation and Contractual Implications"
Governing Offshore Wind: Legal Challenges, Market Opportunities and Policy Perspectives (GOV-WIND)
Det er Universitetet i Bergen som er vertskap i SFI Smart Ocean, hvor teamet har en bra fordeling av kvinnelige og mannlige deltagere.
Høgskulen på Vestlandet mottar 3 millionar frå Regional Forskningsfodn (RFF)
Bergen Entrepreneurship Academy (BEA) is a joint venture from the three Norwegian academic institutions HVL, NHH and UiB.