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About Ragnhild Freng Dale

Ragnhild Freng Dale is a theatremaker and PhD candidate in anthropology at the Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge. She is a former student at the Univerity of Bergen, Norway, and was active in the Fossil Free UiB group.

Articles by Ragnhild Freng Dale

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NSS, editor

Niki Seth-Smith is a freelance journalist and contributing editor to 50.50.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Weaning Norway off the oil

An alliance between unions, environmental organisations, religious institutions and researchers is a strange mix. But a just transition to a sustainable society needs them all - and in Norway they are already on their way.

Ethics committee to universities: oil research can be unethical

The Norwegian committee on research ethics tells institutions that oil research, often sponsored by the industry, is ethically irresponsible if it contradicts UNs climate targets.

Video, Up The Anti : Reclaiming the future - lessons of protest

A collection of speakers from an Up the anti conference discuss lessons to be learnt from the return of mass protest, and look at the challenges ahead in securing claims on the future.

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