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Veganism, transportation and environmental impact

Going vegan has a bigger positive environmental impact than cutting out flights or shifting to an electric car. False or true ?Joseph Poore, Queens College, University of Oxford, will present their latest research answering the question above.

Joseph Poore has led the work of creating the world’s most ccomprehensive database yet, on the environmental impacts of agriculture, land use and emissions and will show the relative impact of climate gas emissions from food, buildings and transportation.

The recently launched results have resounded globally.

Masterstudents of the Spring term course BYG 610 Sustainable City Regions will present their research as to how Stavanger’s City Council decision to cut climate gas emissions by 80% within 2030, and how the County Council Rogaland’s emissions can be cut by 80%, as well as Norways’ and the University Campus’.

It is all about how to cut emissions.

But what about health damages caused by air pollution?


Open to all – free access.


Professor Harald N. Røstvik

City and regional planning


+47 92226710

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