Svolvær Ramberg Lillehammer Arendal T rondheim T romsø Båtsfjord Sandefjord Bergen Nordreisa
Svolvær, Head Office

SALT Lofoten AS
Pb. 91, Fiskergata 23, 8301 Svolvær
c/o Havneterminalen
post@salt.nu

Båtsfjord

Hindberggata 19, 9990 Båtsfjord
c/o Linken Næringshage
helene@salt.nu

Tromsø

Strandgt. 9, 9008 Tromsø
c/o Flow coworking
johanne@salt.nu

Ramberg

Flakstadveien 457, 8380 Ramberg
hilde@salt.nu

Trondheim

Krambugata 2, 7011 Trondheim
c/o DIGS
sverre@salt.nu

Lillehammer

Jernbanegata 13, 2609 Lillehammer
c/o Hub LHMR
vilma@salt.nu

Sandefjord

+47 901 31 416
malin@salt.nu

Arendal

Torvet 1B, 4836 ArendalTorvet 1B, 4836 Arendal
joan@salt.nu

Bergen

Nøstegaten 44, 5011 Bergen
marte.haave@salt.nu

About

With our main office located in Svolvær at 68° north, we live and work in the Arctic, with front row seats to both future opportunities and the raw challenges of today. We are an independent research and advisory company specialized in marine pollution, marine management, and coastal development. With specific competence in marine biology, sustainability, law, economics, social sciences and entrepreneurship, we deliver services within research, consultancy and outreach. Our mission is to contribute to sustainable oceans and proactive coastal development.

News

From labs to landmarks - Feasibility study
Together with our Norwegian and Finnish partners in the Interreg Aurora project "From labs t...
 
AI for Plastic Pollution Detection and Monitoring
Sign up for our webinar 19. February in cooperation with NIVA and IKHAPP. This webinar aims to un...
 
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Christmas celebration at SALT`s offices from the north to the south, and from the east to the wes...
 
Digital tools in travel experiences - answer our survey
We are interested in learning about your experiences regarding using digital tools as a part of t...
 
MARESSOL Conference in Colombo
On May 16th 2023, the Mannar region Systemic Solutions (MARESSOL) project hosted an international...
 
Small Circles in Forbes Magazine
Forbes Magazine discuss where Norway should invest to increase its circularity. One of the measur...
 
Youth-led Transitions
Youth-led Transitions is an urban transformation project seeking to make degraded spaces in north...
 
Development of climate risk scenarios
SALT assists the Norwegian Environment Agency to develop climate risk scenarios for municipalitie...
 
Publishes in Forbes on sustainability
Vilma Havas and Brita Staal from SALT, in cooperation with Rachel A. Meidl from Baker Institute C...
 
A new collaboration will reduce plastic waste in the Caspian Sea
SALT participates in a joint Norwegian-Azerbaijani cooperation to reduce plastic waste in the Cas...
 
SALT and partners receives 3.5 million NOK for international project
Brita Staal has been interviewed by Lofotposten about our new project in Mannar, located between ...