How Green is Oslo? Environmental Lunchtime Discussion

Kjersti Kanestrøm Lie, project officer for the Oslo European Green Capital, joins us for a conversation on the 2019 Oslo European Green Capital Initiative.

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What is behind the 2019 Oslo European Green Capital initiative? Why did Oslo become European Green Capital, and what will happen in 2019? This week, Kjersti Kanestrøm Lie, project officer for the City of Oslo European Green Capital secretariat will give us an insight into her work.

About the event

The OSEH Environmental Lunchtime Discussion series consists of short, 10-15 minute presentations by invited guests, followed by a discussion. We will invite speakers from a wide variety of fields, both academic and beyond. The presentations are accessible and are aimed at anyone with an interest in environmental issues. All are welcome, please feel free to bring your own lunch. Coffee will be served.

Tags: Environmental Humanities, HF, IKOS, OSEH, Climate Change, Environment, Oslo Green Capital, Oslo, European Green Capital
Published Mar. 15, 2019 4:23 PM - Last modified May 29, 2019 4:11 PM