Marte Lange Vik
Field of work
I work as associate professor at Department of environmental sciences and teach planning related sucbjects at the BSc program Landscape planning with landscape architecture, and at the MSc program Climate Change Management.
In research, my primary interest is public participation and democracy in planning and management of landscapes. I completed my ph.d. in landscape geography at NTNU in 2015, focussing on implementation of the European Landscape Convention (ELC) in Norway and Denmark, with particular interest in practical measures and perspectives on democracy, power and landscape values.
I have also worked as societal planner in Gjerdrum municipality, carrying responsibilities in municipal planning and cooperation and dialogue with the local community. I started my carreer as a researcher in sustainable tourism and business and societal development related to large protected areas, at Western Norway Research Institute.
- PL413 Miljø- og forvaltningsrett
- PL4-304 Climate Change Adaptation in Land Use Planning