Norway has the second longest coastline in the world. This unique coastline comprises magnificent landscapes, fascinating marine ecosystems, world-class resources and historic coastal communities. SALT provides the interdisciplinary competence needed to secure proactive coastal development and to ensure sustainable management of our shared resources – today and in the future.
In order to develop the coastal communities of tomorrow we need knowledge about what input factors make up the foundation for healthy and viable communities. SALT has developed methods for acquiring insight based on local involvement and mapping knowledge of current and future challenges. SALT assists municipalities and cities in solving such challenges and identifying possibilities such as business development, recruitment and local qualities.
We believe that scientific knowledge about climate risk and sustainable development is crucial for future fit societies as well as businesses. SALT helps companies with the development of climate and sustainability strategies, risk assessments and reporting. Together with our clients we facilitate materiality analyses and consultation processes that include both management and employees. We combine internal business intelligence with research-based knowledge about our climate, sustainability and risk awareness. Together we can facilitate proper implementation of sustainability strategies to ensure that it contributes to new business opportunities and strengthened competitiveness for coastal industries.
SALT has extensive experience as communication and dissemination partner in large research projects. We also develop complete science centre concepts, and we tailer and facilitate conferences, physical as well as digital. Our team of process managers and communication experts always aim to present new knowledge in innovative formats.
SALT is strongly committed to educate the younger generations, especially on ocean science and culture. We have solid experience with the tools needed to communicate in a fun and easy way, focusing on theatre, music, film etc. Our goal is to provide young people with curiosity and new knowledge about our coast, our oceans and the possibilities that lie ahead.
On behalf of Selsøyvik Havbruk, SALT was resposible for the development of an interactive aquaculture installation a...
Blue responsibility (Blått Ansvar) is an education programme about marine litter, tailored to fishery and aquacultur...
Forbes Magazine discuss where Norway should invest to increase its circularity. One of the measures highlighted is the “Small Circles Concept” developed by SALTs Vilma Havas, our former colleague Jannike Falk-Anderson, now at NIVA – Norwegian Institute for Water Research, and Paritosh Deshpande from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Read the article in Forbes here Read more about the “Small Circles Concept” and download the three researchers publication, here at our webpage.
Photo: Unsplash - Naja Bertold Jensen
Youth-led Transitions is an urban transformation project seeking to make degraded spaces in northern Norway more liveable, vibrant and sustainable. Read more here #Bodø2024