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Centre of Climate and Energy Transformation’s Podcast, CET is located at the Social Sciences faculty at University of Bergen. Panel discussions and conversations between leading researchers.

ClimatenergyTalk! Ep. 1 - Epistemic Communities: The Role of Scientists for Deep Decarbonization

May 20, 2021


Introducing this special three-part series ClimatenergyTalk!

The years 2020 and 2021 have shown how the role of scientists is all the more important. Today, CET is launching a series of three podcasts on Climate Risk and Democratic Energy Policies. The project aims to communicate to the larger public on the role of science--the social and natural sciences--for depolarizing and democratizing energy policies. The podcast series is part of Klimafestivalen 112-Bergen and is endorsed by Norsk Klimastiftelse and Juridika Innsikt.

The first podcast is on Epistemic Communities: The Role of Scientists for Deep Decarbonization, hosting philosopher Associate Professor Kjetil Rommetveit. Kjetil takes us onto a journey to discover how social and natural scientists are working together across sectors to support policy making—often to better up national and global climate politics, and offer new perspectives on reality. He is the editor of the book 'Post-truth Imaginations' forthcoming on Routledge in 2021.


Creator and Host: Esmeralda Colombo
Producer: Mainstream AS, Bergen