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    • Editorial: High-Quality Knowledge for Climate Adaptation: Revisiting Criteria of Credibility, Legitimacy, Salience, and Usability 

      Bremer, Scott; Wardekker, Arjan; Baldissera Pacchetti, Marina; Soares, Marta Bruno; Sluijs, Jeroen Pieter van der (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Editorial on the Research Topic High-Quality Knowledge for Climate Adaptation: Revisiting Criteria of Credibility, Legitimacy, Salience, and Usability Climate adaptation in human systems is a process of learning and ...
    • Effects of neonicotinoids and fipronil on non-target invertebrates 

      Pisa, Lennard W.; Amaral-Rogers, Vanessa; Belzunces, Luc P.; Bonmatin, Jean-Marc; Downs, Craig A.; Goulson, Dave; Kreutzweiser, David P.; Krupke, Christian H.; Liess, Matthias; McField, Melanie D.; Morrissey, Christy A.; Noome, Dominique A.; Settele, Josef; Simon-Delso, Noa; Stark, John D.; van der Sluijs, Jeroen Pieter; Van Dyck, Hans A.N.S.; Wiemers, Martin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-09-17)
      We assessed the state of knowledge regarding the effects of large-scale pollution with neonicotinoid insecticides and fipronil on non-target invertebrate species of terrestrial, freshwater and marine environments. A large ...
    • The effects of serious gaming on risk perceptions of climate tipping points 

      van Beek, Lisette; Milkoreit, Manjana; Prokopy, Linda; Reed, Jason; Vervoort, Joost; Wardekker, Arjan; Weiner, Roberta (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      A growing body of research indicates that effective science-policy interactions demand novel approaches, especially in policy domains with long time horizons like climate change. Serious games offer promising opportunities ...
    • Environmental visualizations: Framing and reframing between science, policy and society 

      van Beek, Lisette; Metze, Tamara; Kunseler, Eva; Huitzing, Hiddo; de Blois, Filip; Wardekker, Arjan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Visualizations are influential in the interaction between environmental science and policy. Research on framing in environmental visualizations (visual framing) is expanding. These studies typically focus on ‘static’ images; ...
    • Epistemic injustice in the age of evidence-based practice: The case of fibromyalgia 

      Heggen, Kristin Margrethe; Berg, Henrik (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      The aim of this paper is to analyze epistemic interactions in healthcare practices. In clinical encounters, participants exchange and interpret knowledge. Patients suffering from fibromyalgia often report that healthcare ...
    • Ethical refections on the COVID‑19 pandemic in the global seafood industry: navigating diverse scales and contexts of marine values and identities 

      Lam, Mimi Elizabeth (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      The global crisis instantiated by the COVID-19 pandemic opens a unique governance window to transform the sustainability, resilience, and ethics of the global seafood industry. Simultaneously crippling public health, civil ...
    • Ethics of quantification or quantification of ethics? 

      Saltelli, Andrea (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Something can be gained by looking at common ethical features of different instances of quantification. While ethics of algorithms is perceived at present as an urgent issue, similar concerns can easily be associated to ...
    • Exploring the Concept of Integrity—Toward a Craft-Inspired Interpretation 

      Thomassen, Ole Jacob; Strand, Roger; Heggen, Kristin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      The concept of integrity is used as a psychosocial concept to describe tensions and dilemmas experienced by professional and semi-professional workers in a neoliberal working life. In Norway, the concept has even been ...
    • Extended Peer Communities: Appraising the contributions of tacit knowledges in climate change decision-making 

      Meisch, Simon; Bremer, Scott; Young, Mark Thomas; Funtowicz, Silvio Oscar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      This paper explores the implications of assessing tacit knowledges of climatic change in extended peer communities, as applied in two European research projects on climate action. Post-normal science (PNS) proposes the ...
    • Extracting Users: Regimes of Engagement in Norwegian Smart Electricity Transition 

      Rommetveit, Kjetil; Foss Ballo, Ingrid; Sareen, Siddharth (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Recent efforts to involve digital technologies and renewables in the electricity grid have placed users at center stage in the legitimation of energy transitions. This move has been paralleled by an emphasis on users and ...
    • Facing the tragedy of change in the semiotic process: The role of science 

      Giampietro, Mario; Kovacic, Zora (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      We offer an interpretation of the concepts of integrity and quality of science based on semiotics. Science is a key component of the semiotic process in society, its role being the selection of representations of relevant ...
    • Feminism, Epistemology & Morality 

      Holst, Cathrine (Doctoral thesis, 2005-11-18)
    • Food, energy or biomaterials? Policy coherence across agro-food and bioeconomy policy domains in the EU 

      Muscat, A.; de Olde, E.M.; Kovacic, Zora; de Boer, I.J.M; Ripoll-Bosch, Raimon (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      The European Union (EU) envisions a shift towards a bioeconomy to address challenges such as reducing dependence on non-renewable resources, managing natural resources sustainably and food security. As a result, biomass ...
    • Fringe Biotechnology 

      Vaage, Nora Sørensen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-03)
      Recent amateur and alternative uses of wet laboratory biology techniques have been called by many names. However, none of the terms currently in use include institutional, entrepreneurial and amateur engagements in ...
    • From Elite Folk Science to the Policy Legend of the Circular Economy 

      Funtowicz, Silvio Oscar; Giampietro, Mario (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-07)
      This paper explores the implications of the widespread success of the term circular economy in the institutional and public debate. The concept of circular economy in itself implies a logical contradiction: on the one hand, ...
    • From risk calculations to narratives of danger 

      Funtowicz, Silvio Oscar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      The purpose of this perspective article is to provide a broader viewpoint on the contents of this special issue on ‘narratives of change’ and the role of narratives not only for climate risk governance, but also for the ...
    • The Future of Sensitivity Analysis: An essential discipline for systems modeling and policy support 

      Razavi, Saman; Jakeman, Anthony; Saltelli, Andrea; Prieur, Clémentine; Iooss, Bertrand; Borgonovo, Emanuele; Plischke, Elmar; Lo Piano, Samuele; Iwanaga, Takuya; Becker, William; Tarantola, Stefano; Guillaume, Joseph H.A.; Jakeman, John; Gupta, Hoshin; Melillo, Nicola; Rabitti, Giovanni; Chabridon, Vincent; Duan, Qingyun; Sun, Xifu; Smith, Stefán; Sheikholeslami, Razi; Hosseini, Nasim; Asadzadeh, Masoud; Puy, Arnald; Kucherenko, Sergei; Maier, Holger R. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Sensitivity analysis (SA) is en route to becoming an integral part of mathematical modeling. The tremendous potential benefits of SA are, however, yet to be fully realized, both for advancing mechanistic and data-driven ...
    • Førende forestillinger i fosterpolitikken. En metafor- og diskursanalyse av hvordan kvinne, foster og abort blir konstituert i stortingsdebatter om abort og fosterdiagnostikk 

      Flatseth, Merethe (Doctoral thesis, 2009-08-14)
      Abstract Background: During the first twenty years of prenatal diagnostics in Norway, selective abortion on eugenic grounds according to The Abortion Law`s section 2c was seen as an advisable and reasonable medical decision. ...
    • Governing the Median Estate: hyper-truth and post-truth in the regulation of digital innovations 

      Rommetveit, Kjetil; van Dijk, Niels (Chapter, 2021)
      This chapter focusses on governance of digital innovation, making two claims: first, that post - truth is not a mere surface phenomenon, but rather grounded in the general production of knowledge and ignorance. Second, it ...
    • Habermas' method: Rational reconstruction 

      Pedersen, Jørgen (Doctoral thesis, 2011-10-07)
      This dissertation clarifies, discusses and elaborates on the method of Jürgen Habermas’ philosophical enterprise: rational reconstruction. The method is designed for a systematic reconstruction of the intuitive knowledge ...