The challenges raised at NTNU’s Ocean Week and at the science festival The Big Challenge have engaged children and youth at the Trondheim municipal School of Performing Arts, and they have been invited to participate in the events and explore the challenges that the oceans are faced with today.
550 geographers from all over the world meet to discuss ways in which geography as a discipline works with both ideas and politics of sustainability and how geographers effectively can contribute to a more sustainable world
Exhibition | Suitable for everyone Summer exhibition at TEKS – Trondheim Elektroniske Kunstsenter Mixed media installation: Imperata cylindrica grass / Iron artefacts / Video projection / Book While “green mining” aims for a more ecological approach to mining metals, The Iron Ring explores how contaminated mining grounds may benefit from the mining of metals. For The...
Growing up in the world’s richest countries provides a wealth of opportunities, but also challenges. At this event you will meet experts who are working to solve some of these challenges. Three researchers will talk about the results from “Early Safe in Trondheim” – a research project that for ten years has followed around a...
Tonje Unstad is finally back with new children's songs, this time in a show where we plunge straight into the sea and meet starfish, brush strokes and weird jellyfish. A mad and enchanted pirate sails on the bottom of the sea, and seaweed and kelp hide glittering secrets.
The shame of flying, toll and wind power – Why do I have to stoop to climate change? Public meeting about who will take the burdens for the green change – the people, the rich, the industry or the state?
This documentary takes us from marble extraction in Italy, via lithium production in the South American Atacama Desert, to the world's largest excavator in Germany. It argues that humanity has changed the globe in such an all-encompassing way that we have now entered a new geological age: the Anthropocene.
In 2005, Renate, the sister of director Anniken Hoel, dies. The cause of death is classified as unknown, and when Anniken begins to settle into the circumstances of her sister's mysterious death, she discovers that Renate is one of many who has lost her life during treatment with antipsychotics.
Without taking out a loan, Ola decides to build a mobile mini-house. The house will clean rainwater, get electricity from the sun and compost stool. In this way he will show that it is possible to live sustainably while having a rich life.
JUNO is a young band originating from the well-known jazz line in Trondheim, which has already attracted a great deal of attention and was earlier nominated for this year's most promising artist at Utawards.
In this session we will see the 13-minute documentary followed by a conversation between director Vegard Dahle and homeowner Ola who will tell more about the mini-house, the materials and the procedure. There will also be a concert with Svartlamon Hardkor and Kristoffer Lo, who have made the film music for the documentary.