Kathrine Torday Gulden

Senior Adviser

(+47) 452 98 104


Visiting address
Schweigaards gate 34E, 0191 Oslo


Science Communicator specialised in NIBIO's fields, among others environmental studies, climate, natural resources, biodiversity, and circular economy. Kathrine engages in popular scientific dissemination through news articles, videos, opinion pieces, photography, graphics, and podcasts. Her role encompasses national and international project communications, social media management, media training, design/layout, translation and more.

In addition to a master's degree in Cultural Studies from the University of Bergen (UiB), Kathrine has studied digital communication and design at Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet), and animal science at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (formerly NLH, now NMBU).

Her prior employment includes positions at Bioforsk, OsloMet, the University of Oslo (UiO), and Samviten/UiB.

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Video: How should India and other countries adapt their agricultural practices to a changing climate? In a new film, researchers explain how they go about in the ClimaAdapt project when developing new rice growing technologies and undertaking capacity building of farmers.


VIDEO: What kind of impacts can climate- and socio-economic change have on European lagoons? In this video, researchers explain the methodology used and highlight some of the outcomes and results from the Lagoons-project, which is soon drawing to a close.


VIDEO: Issues such as contamination from surrounding agriculture, increased tourism and climate change all pose a threat to Europe’s many lagoons - vulnerable ecosystems in densely populated areas. Scientists are now going new ways to secure better lagoon management in future.