Panel Presentations

Bringing a more robust theory of consumption to the sustainable energy agenda
Harold Wilhite, University of Oslo, Centre for Development and the Environment

Bridging the Gap between Science and Policy: Integrated Assessment Modelling as a Boundary Arena
Göran Sundqvist, Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture University of Oslo
Heidi Berg, Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture University of Oslo

Beyond the energy source. What energy system are we building for tomorrow? A-socio-anthropological approach
Laurence Raineau, Cetcopra France

Export-Credit Agencies and Energy in Asia: Prospects for Strengthening Climate Governance
Christopher Wright, University of Oslo

From energy “needs” to sustainable energy: a case for personal carbon trading and locally-produced energy
Françoise Bartiaux, Université Catholique de Louvain
Nathalie Frogneux, Université Catholique de Louvain
Olivier Servais, Université Catholique de Louvain

From analysis to actions – Carbon footprint and green procurement in public administration
Dr.Johan Pettersen, Environmental Systems Analysis MiSA AS
Hogne Nersund Larsen, Environmental Systems Analysis MiSA AS
Christian Solli, Environmental Systems Analysis MiSA AS

Next Level - COP 16: The Case of Small Peripheral Countries Bulgaria
Dobromir Hristov, Center of the Study of Democracy

To go beyond the assumptions of energy efficiency: a sociological understanding of rebound effects
Dr. Sophie Némoz, Centre for Studies on Sustainable Development - Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

“In the morning I just need a long, hot shower” - Outline of a sociology of the (re)distribution of energy sensibilities
Thomas Berker, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

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