Svend Søyland holds a Master of Arts in criminology, with a focus on environmental crime. He currently works in Bellona’s Oslo office focusing on international climate negotiations. Prior to joining Bellona, Svend worked for the United Nations and the Norwegian Ministry of the Environment, in addition to being a lecturer at the University of Hong Kong. In 2005, Svend became the head Bellona USA in Washington, D.C where he worked until 2008.
- Looking for alternative mitigation actions.
- US prez candidate Hillary Clinton lets loose with the K-word
- Low Carbon Economy Act hits Senate floor – but will fixed pricing for carbon trade make it incompatible with other carbon trading systems?
- Bingaman energy amendment good for economy – bad for emissions goals
- A legal case for US climate policy?
- A global nuclear renaissance?
- Alternative visions for a US climate policy
- Climate change resolution hits US Senate floor
- Lugar Introduces Flexible Fuel Vehicles Legislation to ease US demand on oil
- US Senate approves drilling in Alaska´s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, House to vote this week
- Making Sense of the Senate – US Senate Energy Committee to hear from climate experts
- Climate blind squandering of energy continues in US
- US Bipartisan forces set sights on changing Bush Administration climate change policies
- US Republicans set to turn Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge into oilfield