Program

Thursday 18th November

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10:15-11:00 

Coffee & Registration

11:00-12:25 

Auditorium G
Theoretical - Sustainability 

11:00-11:10 Opening of the conference
11:10-11:45 Keynote – Svein Åge Kjøs Johnsen
Theories in Environmental Psychology* 
11:45-12:05 Laura Krumm
The relationship between pro-environmental behavior, subjective wellbeing and environmental impact: A meta-analysis 

12:05-12:45

Coffee Break - Social Mingling

12:45-13:25

Auditorium G
Greening Organisations

Auditorium F
Pro-Environmental Behaviour

12:45-13:05 Ingeborg Flagstad
Environmental certification: Contradictions and dissonance 
Mindshift ved Ida Kopperstad & Jørgen Dalen
Project Grønland Torg: How attention can reduce cigarette butt littering 
13:05-13:25 Sylvelin Öster Foldøy
Responsibility beyond the boardroom – A systematic review of responsible leadership: Operationalisations, antecedents and outcomes  
Parul Rishi, Pavan B K, & Soumya Gupta
Mindfulness and diversity acceptance and indicators of frugality linked sustainability behavior: Mediating role of happiness 

13:25-14:05

13:30-14:05

Auditorium G
Greening Organisations

Keynote - Jennifer Robertson 
Corporate Environmental Responsibility and Employees

14:05-15:00

Drotten - Late Lunch

15:00-16:00

Auditorium G
Climate

Auditorium F
Political - Sustainability

15:00-15:20 Gisela Böhm
The cognitive structure of energy transition pathways 
Camilla Strömbäck
Connection between political affiliation, self-control and environmental wellbeing 
15:20-15:40 Rouven Doran
Scientific information in climate change communication: Does content matter? 
Christian Andres Palacios Haugestad
Imagining the future in social movements as a driver for social change 
15:40-16:00 Erinn Cameron
The intersection of climate change, governance and human exploitation 
Erik Nakkerud
Two approaches of to the choice of living environmentally childfree: Personal meaning making and society's ideological dilemmas 

16:00-16:15

Break

16:15-17:15

Auditorium G
Climate

Auditorium F
Transport

16:15-16:35 Thea Johansen Gregersen
Norwegian climate attitudes during the Covid-19 pandemic: Findings from the Norwegian citizen panel 
Petr Pokorny & Ole Aasvik
Friend or foe? How people react to automated shuttles – An engineer and a psychologist shares insight
16:35-16:55 Annina Thaller
Pushing low-carbon mobility: Drivers affecting the level of public acceptance or regulatory and economic transport policies. 
Katrine Karlsen
Pop-up infrastructure for cyclists 
16:55-17:15 Marcos Felipe Rodriguez
Microplastics: Mental models and public risk perception 
Janse Bergersen
How will experiences with a lending-project for pedelecs affect attitudes and future intentions regarding pedelec usage? 

17:15-17:30

Break

17:30-18:30

Panel Debate
The Norwegian Architectural Uproar - “Arkitekturopprøret” 

18:30-21:30

Studenten coffee bar 
Dinner 

18:30-19:00 Social Mingling and finding seats
19:00-21:30 Dinner

21:30

Toppen Bar - Lillehammer Town Center 

Friday 19th of November

08:30-09:00

Morning Coffee / Social Mingling

09:00-10:20

Auditorium G
Nature exposure

09:05-09:40 Keynote - Caroline Hägerhäll
From scenic beauty to mental restoration: Reflections on research approaches in people nature studies 
09.40-10:00 Femke Beute
What about the weather? Towards a more holistic view on the benefits of nature by including daily, seasonal, and climatic fluctuations in the outdoor environment. 
10:00-10:20 Yasushi Suko
Which is more restorative? Repeated listening to natural sounds, or sitting in silence? 

10:20-11:05

Coffee break - Poster session

11:05-12:20

Auditorium G
Nature experiences

11:05-11:40 Keynote – Giovanna Caligiuri
Enable, Reconnect, Augment: a new ERA of virtual nature research and application?
11:40-12:00 Cassandra Murphy
Ensuring inclusivity when developing the construct of nature connectedness: A modified Delphi-approach 
12:00-12:20 Katinka Horgen Evensen
Cultivating public spaces: Urban agriculture to create socially inclusive public spaces? 

12:20-13:20

Drotten - Lunch 
Annual meeting for The Norwegian Network of Environmental Psychology

13:20-14:40

Auditorium G
City life

Auditorium F
Overarching themes

13.20-13:40 Páll Jakob Líndal
The Increasing Importance of Implementing Applied Environmental Psychology within the technology platforms used for community and urban density planning 
Tadhg MacIntyre
Environmental Psychology 2.0: Putting Sustainability and Global Challenges at the Centre of Research and Practice
13:40-14:00 Katharina Götting
Afraid of gentrification, desire for a better quality of life – What influences the acceptability of Kiezblocks in Berlin? 
Aslak Fyhri
Working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic – Effects on daily mood and work performance 
14:00-14:20 Ece Akca & İ Mert Teközel
The anxiety prevention function of historical places against mortality awareness 
 

14:20-15:00

Auditorium G
The Award for Environmental Distinction 

End of Conference – Social Mingling