Norwegian to the rescue for Mediterranean oranges
Unpleasant fungus that could infect European citrus fruits is causing headaches in the EU. Now a Norwegian scientist has been brought in to help.
Linking science and policy to adapt to climate change
Climate change will have an impact on the agriculture and water sectors and affect rice and other crop production in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu in India. A new research program aims to help.
Vulnerable ecosystems under threat in Europe
Issues such as contamination from surrounding agriculture, increased tourism and climate change all pose a threat to Europe’s many lagoons - vulnerable ecosystems in densely populated areas.
Biochar may help reduce greehouse gas emissions
Not only can biochar be used for long-term carbon storage, recent research results suggest that the material can also help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture.
Updated estimate for nitrogen losses in agriculture
Nitrogen leaching and runoff in agriculture is potentially harmful to the environment. A new report reveals that the overall estimate used in Norway to determine nitrogen losses from agriculture is lower than it should be.
The Viking landscape – an endangered habitat
The oldest cultural landscape in Norway consists of coastal heathlands that have been continuously managed by humans since before the Bronze Age. This is the landscape the Vikings saw when they sailed up and down the Norwegian coast.