A research project funded by the Research Council of Norway exploring social responsible crowdsourcing tools for environmental research and decision-making, in the areas of urban air quality and wood burning, urban stormwater management and blue-green infrastructure, and urban planning.

Recent posts

  • From Science to Society or from Society to Science?

    Selamawit Fossum (UiO) attended the EnviroInfo 2017 in Luxembourg to present some of the outcomes from iResponse and exchange experiences. A key take-away message is that there is a need for standardization and integration of different environmental data sources.

  • A smart city is everyone's business

    A smart city requires different actors working together, which means also creating an environment where new business models will have to be created and allowed for, says Gard Jenssen founder of Smart Cities Norway.

  • iResponse @ Seminar on RRI

    The 31st of August the Research Council of Norway (RCN) invited to a seminar on RRI – Responsible Research and Innovation. During the half-day seminar presenters from RCN and other institutions discussed the theoretical and practical aspects of RRI. A key message is that RRI is a way of thinking and working, where specifics may vary from project to project.

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