Theater of Cruelty

Torbjorn Tumyr Nilsen

Former journalist for MODERN TIMES.

The World Theater in Bergen 

BIFF gives us global farsightedness and faith in the future. Here are two of the environmental films from Norway's most important film festival. 
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Streaming: Eco documentary about land robbery

New eco-documentary gives a global look at today's food production. The film shows how the fate of villagers in Cambodia is more closely intertwined with Norwegian consumers than one would think. 

Wild Plants: (streaming for subscribers)

New eco-documentary gives an artistic look at how we can all live a wild and organic life.

Coal is out

27 coal companies are thrown out by the Oil Fund. But how green can a fund investing in 9000 international companies be?

When will universities address climate change?

Biologist Dag O. Hessen is a member of the Council on Ethics in the Government Pension Fund (Oil Fund). He is among those who have recommended and been eager for a greener pension fund – including extraction from coal companies. "I am very satisfied ...

Green travel and the seriousness of the climate crisis

Norwegians travel farther and farther, but the climate imprint of the travelers is invisible in the climate accounts. A British adventurer has created an alternative short-lived holiday trend.

Green travel and the seriousness of the climate crisis

Norwegians travel farther and farther, but the climate imprint of the travelers is invisible in the climate accounts. A British adventurer has created an alternative short-lived holiday trend.

Optimism and crying

Between new climate optimism and Vanuatus's cry for climate relief after another disaster, we are looking for the thread in the climate debate in the spring of 2015. But first a trip to Venice.

New Time changes editor

* The newspaper founder Truls Lie (57) becomes the new Ny Tid editor. He gets positive reactions to his desire to prioritize climate, conflict and control.

* – I hope subscribers, the Cultural Council and Fritt Ord now join in to build one of the country's few independent newspapers, so that Lie can get an extra good start, says interrupting editor Dag Herbjørnsrud.