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Non-academic Partners 


The Venus Project presents a bold plan of action for social change towards a peaceful and sustainable global civilization. Utilizing the methods of science, the Project focuses on the intelligent management of Earth's resources, along with the reclamation and preservation of the environment, to benefit the lives of all, equitably. 

The Venus Project

Future visions for the VR


App design

The Oroeco app is designed to promote individual environmental actions and enable reductions in the individual greenhouse gas emissions at a large scale.

With the Oroeco app one can track the carbon footprint of all their actions, making it easier for the user to understand where they can make the biggest difference.

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Including the kids

GeoFort is a science centre for the future of planet Earth, situated in the heart of the Netherlands. The centre focuses on raising awareness, inspiring and motivating people to think about energy transition and climate change in their own environment, in a fun and positive way.  In 2016 GeoFort was named World’s Best Children’s Museum, thanks to their ability to make complicated subjects understandable and fun. 


Spætt Film

Film Production

Spætt Film AS is one of the biggest production companies in Trondheim, Norway. Since its establishment in 2006, Spætt has made over 300 commercials. In addition to corporate productions, Spætt Film AS produces short films, documentaries and feature films.  


Pagina V


Página V is a magazine with a multimedia platform, which covers news and affairs about the environment and its preservation, sustainability, human development, circular economy, recycling, renewable energies, electro mobility, science, innovation and education at local, regional, national and global scales. 


Trondheim Science Centre



Trondheim science centre offers a hands-on experience where children and adults together can play, learn and explore. The centre’s primary concern is conveying the excitement of scientific work and experiments, rather than just the scientific results. The centre has about 85 000 visitors every year and they work closely with Trondheim municipality and NTNU as well as local businesses.

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Charlottenlund Upper Secondary School

Climate change education at schools

Charlottenlund upper secondary school is located six km east of the city centre of Trondheim. The school has ca.1200 students and 200 employees and is currently lead by Marit Flak Stovner - the headmaster. The school offers both vocational and general studies with a wide range of different subjects.

The school is one of a kind upper secondary school participating in the 'University school collaboration in Trondheim (USSiT)'.

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Zenaga Foundation


The Zenaga Foundation was founded to improve the dialogue and transfer of knowledge and technology between industrialized countries and their actors and actors in developing countries. One focus is on the exchange of knowledge, the representation of the technical possibilities as well as the realization of projects. With our work we reduce the causes of migration, strengthen the international understanding of the technically and economically sensible solutions for energy production and for climate and environmental protection.

Connection to developing countries

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Sverresborg Secondary School

Climate change education at schools

Sverresborg secondary school is located three km south west of the city centre of Trondheim. The school has ca. 500 students from 8-10th grade and is currently led by Cato Høve - the headmaster.

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Rosenborg Secondary School

Climate change education at schools

Rosenborg secondary school is located about 1.5 km east of the city centre of Trondheim. The school has ca. 500 students from 8-10th grade and is currently led by Siv Mari Forsmark - the headmaster.

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Ikigaï project

A world tour for climate education

The founders of the Ikigaï project are travelling through Europe and North America by train to find easy and universal ways to understand climate change. They meet up with +100 experts on climate education from different fields to crack this equation and to encourage action of all.



Adapting properties to climate change

Mitigrate enables banks and insurance companies to understand the impact of climate change and increase the resilience of their portfolios. Their platform predicts how physical climate risk will impact property assets in the future and helps users to make smarter and more informed decisions to reduce climate risk exposure.


Trondheim Municipality

Climate change education at schools

Trondheim municipality is the third most populated municipality in Norway. Many techonlogy-oriented institutions are headquartered on Norway, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and the Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research (SINTEF) among others. Education and sustainability are two of the main focus areas in the city development of Trondheim.


Support for professional communication materials provided by NTNU's PR and media teams 

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