Milda Nordbø Rosenberg

Doctoral Research Fellow - Department of Sociology and Human Geography
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Mobile phone 97947785
Room 349
Available hours Mondays 08.00-09.00 and 15.00-16.00
Visiting address Moltke Moes vei 31 Harriet Holters hus 0851 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1096 Blindern 0317 OSLO

Academic interests

The interaction between humans and nature.

Climate change with emphasis on successful adaptation.

The global value chain of specialty coffee.

The role of collaboration in small- and large-scale social change.

Development, especially in Africa.

Qualitative methods; ethnography, narrative analysis and visual Methods.


SGO1001 - Introduction to Human Geography (taught in Norwegian)

SGO2500 - North/South Development

SOSGEO2301 - Environment and Society

UTV2000 - Development Theory and Practice (taught in Norwegian)

To be part of an academic environment that fosters engaged and inspired students to achieve their goals.


PhD Researcher 2016 -

Consultant, Development Portfolio Management Group (DPMG) 2014-2015

Tutor, Human Geography, UiO 2014-2016

Research Assistant, Human Geography, UiO 2013-2016

MA, Development Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa - 2013



Part of the research project "GVC Connects" under the Miljforsk programme financed by the Reseach Council of Norway. This is a partnership between the University of Oslo, and Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia.

Tags: Climate Change, Climate Adaptation, Development, Global Value Chains, Coffee, Africa, Burundi, Human Geography


  • Veland, Siri; Scoville-Simonds, Morgan; Gram-Hanssen, Irmelin; Schorre, Ann Kristin; El Khoury, Ann; Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite; Lynch, Amanda H.; Hochachka, Gail & Bjørkan, Maiken (2018). Narrative matters for sustainability: the transformative role of storytelling in realizing 1.5°C futures. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.  ISSN 1877-3435.  31, s 41- 47 . doi: 10.1016/j.cosust.2017.12.005 Full text in Research Archive.
  • Selboe, Elin; Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite & O'Brien, Karen (2017). Klima- og samfunnsendringer, I: David Christoffer Jordhus-Lier & Kristian Stokke (red.),  Samfunnsgeografi: En innføring.  Cappelen Damm Akademisk.  ISBN 9788202547752.  22.  s 305 - 316

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  • Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite (2018). Building Bridges - Finding Common Ground for a Sustainable Future.
  • Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite (2017). Coffee Change.
  • Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite (2017, 04. oktober). Hvordan er kaffen er truet av klimaendringene, og hva kan vi som forbrukere gjøre?. [Radio].  NRK P1.
  • Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite (2017, 28. desember). Meet a Farmer: Dorothy, Gaharo Hill. [Internett].  Colleborative Coffee Source.
  • Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite (2017). Stories on a String. [html ].
  • Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite (2017, 01. desember). The Dark Brew. [Fagblad].  Tvergasten.
  • Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite & Pileberg, Silje (2017, 20. september). Kaffien er truga av klimaendringar. [Internett].
  • O'Brien, Karen & Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite (2017). Forskningstorget stand: Hva er viktig for deg? Kaffe, kakao og klima..
  • Selboe, Elin & Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite (2017). The Dynamics of Collective Youth Engagement.
  • Selboe, Elin & Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite (2017). The dynamics of collective youth engagement.
  • Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite & Selboe, Elin (2016). Dynamics of Youth Engagement.
  • O'Brien, Karen; Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite & Aasheim, Annette (2016, 29. desember). Hvor vanskelig kan det være å bli et bedre menneske?.  A-Magasinet i Aftenposten.
  • Selboe, Elin & Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite (2016). Youth as change agents: working collectively for transformations.
  • Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite (2015). Dynamics of youth engagment.
  • Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite (2015). The world needs the ideas young people have.
  • Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite (2015). Youth initiatives for transformation: collective engagement and agency.
  • Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite & Selboe, Elin (2015). Dynamics of youth engagement.
  • Selboe, Elin; Nordbø, Milda Jonusaite; Hayward, Bronwyn Mary & O'Brien, Karen (2014). Norwegian youth mobilizing for transformation: The preconditions of resilient protest.

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Published July 25, 2016 1:02 PM - Last modified Feb. 9, 2018 10:41 AM