- Research Professor+47 41277416
The primary objectives of the PLATON project are:
- to gain knowledge about how the policy system can be adjusted in feasible and effective ways to satisfy the reporting commitments and meet the 2030 and 2050 emission targets of Norway through increased greenhouse gas (GHG) abatement and carbon uptake in soil and vegetation, while ensuring climate-friendly innovations, alongside meeting other societal goals.
- to ensure that the knowledge synthesised and developed in PLATON is relevant and reaches policymakers, public administration, business actors, NGOs, the civil society and the international research community.
A key knowledge objective is to study a wide array of policy instruments that affect abatement and carbon uptake, both in the existing climate policy system and novel structures and tools, including:
- different funding and support mechanisms.
- taxation with various recycling options.
- both soft instruments like nudging and information and strong like mandates and bans.
- instruments oriented towards both the production and consumption side.
- instruments targeted towards identified barriers.
CICERO is the overall co-ordinator of PLATON, and more information about the project vcan be found on CICERO's PLATON project website.
FNI leads the project's Work Package 5 entitled ‘Norway in the World’. This WP primarily deals with how Norway is affected by and interacts with EU climate and energy policy.
Project period: 2019-2022
- Deputy Director / Research Director Climate and Energy+47 97540217
- Senior Research Fellow+47 47479343
- Senior Research Fellow+47 92016644
- Research Fellow+47 48052768
- Research Council of Norway, KLIMAFORSK Programme
- 28 user partners
PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
In Elin Lerum Boasson, Merethe Leiren Dotterud and Jørgen Wettestad (eds), Comparative Renewables Policy: Political, Organizational and European Fields. Routledge, 2021, pp. 3-19.
In Elin Lerum Boasson, Merethe Leiren Dotterud and Jørgen Wettestad (eds), Comparative Renewables Policy: Political, Organizational and European Fields. Routledge, 2021, pp. 149-170.
In Elin Lerum Boasson, Merethe Leiren Dotterud and Jørgen Wettestad (eds), Comparative Renewables Policy: Political, Organizational and European Fields. Routledge, 2021, pp. 219-240.
Energi og klima, 19.10.20. In Norwegian.
Energi og Klima, 20.1.2020. In Norwegian.
Energi og Klima, 21.11.2019. In Norwegian.
EU og klima: Koronakrisen gir «ekstremt verdifull lærdom» til kampen mot klimakrisen ('EU and climate: The corona crisis provides "extremely valuable lessons" for the fight against climate change')
Energi og Klima, 25 March 2020. In Norwegian.
- For CO2-utslipp på sokkelen betaler vi i dag 730 kroner per tonn ('Today, we pay NOK 730 per tonne CO2 emissions on the continental shelf')
EnerWE, 3 March 2020. In Norwegian.
Norwegens neuer Ölrausch ('Norway's new oil rush')
Der Spiegel, 21 January 2020
Klimatoppmøtet starter i Madrid ('Climate summit starting in Madrid')
NRK Dagsnytt 18, 2.12.2019. In Norwegian
– Acer er ikke så farlig som mange tror ('Acer is not as dangerous as many people think')
Montel News, 25.11.2019. In Norwegian.
Norge kan kjøpe seg fri fra nasjonale klimakutt ('Norway can buy its way out of national emission cuts')
ABC Nyheter, 22.10.2019. In Norwegian.