• Top marks for FNI in institute evaluation

    FNI. Photo: Jan D. Sørensen

    The independent social science institutes in Norway are both productive and relevant, according to a recent evaluation. The report praises the Fridtjof Nansen Institute for its prestigious scientific publications, its strategic importance and its high level of policy relevance.

  • FNI expert reviews Norway's wolf policy

    Grey wolf. Photo: Arne Von Brill, Flickr

    The Ministry of Climate and Environment has asked FNI research professor Ole Kristian Fauchald to study the legal ramifications of Norway’s current approach to wolf management.

  • Towards new governance in the Arctic?

    Arctic Frontiers 2017

    A large, new marine reserve in the Arctic Ocean – is it at all foreseeable? What would be the consequences for the Arctic states that control most of these waters today? FNI researchers will find these issues, and many more, on the agenda at this year’s Arctic Frontiers conference.

  • EU's new energy and climate policies - implications for Norway

    Cicep breakfast meeting 13 December. Photo: Karoline Flåm, FNI

    Topical and contentious issues such as the recent ‘winter package’ from the EU on renewable energy, the EU effort sharing regulation and not least the Market Stability Reserve (MRS) of the EU emissions trading system were all on the table when Cicep this week invited to breakfast seminar at Kulturhuset.

  • FNI at Arctic Partnership Week

    Panel discussion during the Norwegian-Korean session of the Arctic Partnership Week 2016 in Busan. Photo: Norwegian Embassy

    FNI shared insights from the Norwegian fisheries management and cross-border cooperation at a recent science and policy seminar in Busan, South Korea.

  • FNI expert to advise UN on combatting marine plastic pollution

    Plastic pollution. Photo: Foap

    The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) has selected Research Professor Davor Vidas, director of FNI's Law of the Sea Programme, to join the Advisory Group for the UN Environment Assembly on combatting marine pollution by plastic litter and microplastics.

  • FNI nominated in think tank awards

    Statue of Fridtjof Nansen at Polhøgda, FNI. Photo: Jan D. Sørensen

    In what has been labelled the “Oscars of the think tank world”, the Fridtjof Nansen Institute (FNI) has been nominated as best European think tank of the year in the field of energy and environment.

  • Marrakech: The climate talks explained

    COP22 in Marrakech. Photo: Lise Marie Sundsbø

    Lise Marie Sundsbø, master's student at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute, has been monitoring parts of the recent climate summit. Here she gives a brief introduction to the negotiations and to the most important bones of contention looking ahead.

  • Discussed the need for Arctic reform

    Roundtable discussion on Arctic issues at FNI. Photo: Karoline Flåm

    What future for the Arctic? A pristine and preserved natural reserve, or a full-on "race for resources"? Norway’s new Ambassador for Arctic Affairs has clear views.

  • FNI on top five citation list

    Fridtjof Nansen statue at Polhøgda. Photo: Jan D. Sørensen

    An FNI article is the third most cited academic article in all of 2015 in the prestigious and highly ranked academic journal “Regulation & Governance”.


  • Person

  • Research area