"How a national ban would play out is hard to say. Not even Arendal has started to punish well-meaning citizens who help the poor. Some activists say they would gladly go to jail for such a worthy cause." Read more.
For the first time Europan Norway is handing out a new Student Award for master projects in the field of urbanism. 22 projects from NTNU, AHO, NMBU and BAS have been nominated. Now four finalists remain and the candidates will be presenting their project in a sequence of pecha kucha this evening. The diplomaproject from 2014 "INVERTED BEAUTY" by Ann-Sofie Indgul and Aina Telhaug is one of the four finalists.
The student project Tubakuba which was nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture-Mies van der Rohe Award 2015, did not reach all the way in the competiton. BAS is proud of to have been nominated, and the project has now been among others been published in Domus, Dezeen and ArchDaily.
This lecture will explore how the evolution of life on Earth is intertwined with the history of our planet, including oceans, atmosphere, soils, and landscapes. Biological species adapt to their environment, but also actively shape their environment, sometimes with global consequences. From the inner workings of our cells, to the resources that sustain our lives, this deep history has implications for how we relate to our surroundings. Bjarte Hannisdal is a researcher at the Department of Earth Science and the Centre for Geobiology, University of Bergen.In large auditorium. Welcome