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Rune Svarverud presented a paper with the title "A century of Chinese perceptions on the relationship between humans and nature" at the 10th ESEH (European Society for Environmental History" in Tallinn, Estonia, August 22 2019
Airborne members Anna L. Ahlers and Bryan Tilt attended the interdisciplinary workshop Sensation, Perception, and Policy Intervention: Air Pollution in China and Beyond, held at the Harvard-Yenching Institute on May 18, 2019.
They presented current research in talks entitled “Air Pollution and the Public in China: Science, Perceptions, and Policy” (Tilt) and “Air-Cushioned: How Local Governments Strategically Bundle Policies in China’s War Against Smog” (Ahlers). The complete workshop agenda can be found here.
Check out this summary of scientific articles showing how ambient air pollution and household air pollution should be considered to sides of the same coin. By Airborne researcher Kristin Aunan and colleague Marianne Trondstad Lund. Published 22.11.2018
On 15th December 2018, the Airborne project hosted an open seminar at The House of Literature.
A contribution to the White Horse Press blog by Prof. Rune Svarverud.
On November 5th 2018, Prof. Rune Svarverud gave a guest lecture at the University of Stockholm.
Prof. Kristin Aunan gave a talk at a seminar for members of the shipping industry.
New Chinese book about air pollution, written for a general public audience.
Associate Professor Zhaohui Liu has received a grant of 200 000 yuan for an Airborne-related project.
Airborne will have a panel at this year's EACS conference in Glasgow, 29 August - 1 September.
There are more challenges to doing research cooperation with China for humanists and social scientists than there are for technologists and natural scientists, three Airborne-members state in an interview with UNIFORUM.
The Airborne team is happy to announce that Hongtao Li will start working as Associate Professor II in our department in August 2018.
On Tuesday 10 April, a UiO delegation of 21 people, including Airborne project manager Mette Halskov Hansen, travelled to China.
Dr. Anna L. Ahlers participated in ISA's 59th Annual Convention in San Francisco, April 4th - 7th, 2018.
Airborne has been awarded funding from the Research Council of Norway's INTPART program for its partnership in education and research with Zhejiang University.
Prof. Mette Halskov Hansen talked about Airborne at this year's Fafo breakfast, "Hundens år - starten på en ny æra for Kina?" (Year of the Dog - the beginning of a new era for China?)
Members of the Airborne team have contributed to a special issue in The China Quarterly.
Airborne's project manager, Mette Halskov Hansen, participated in an event organized by Forskningsdagene 2017 (the research days).
Agøy starts working on the project in August 2017, studying historical climate change in China.
On 23 May 2017, the Airborne project organized a workshop in the field of Environmental Humanities.
As part of the UiO Festival 2017, Airborne organized a debate on how and why science related to air pollution and climate policies is perceived and treated so differently in China and the US.
On February 23rd 2017, Dr. Anna L. Ahlers gave a public lecture at the Confucius Institute, University of Helsinki.
On February 22nd 2017, Professor Mette Halskov Hansen gave a talk at Lund University, Sweden.
Prof. Mette Halskov Hansen gave a talk at Fafo's breakfast seminar on China's challenges in the year of the Rooster.
The book was published in 2016 in relation to the Airborne project.