Deadline 7 January 2022. This PhD-position will focus on applying knowledge from behaviour change psychology and geography to develop and pilot interventions that enable a transformation in the production and consumption of plastics in Norway.
The prospective candidate will work on the identification of key parameters needed to develop behavioral interventions needed to solve the problem of marine plastic pollution.
The position is part of the project Combining skills to identify the "sweet spot" to solve marine plastic pollution in Norway is one of five PhD positions connected to the work packages of this project.
The candidate must be resident at NTNUs campus in Trondheim. The position is for the duration of three years, with the possibility of one year duty work upon agreement.