Trondheim’s Student Union keeps fossil fuel sponsorship – despite denouncing ‘climate emergency’; 72.000 took högskoleprovet in Sweden; Salmon farming conference in Bergen & Students are already stressing for Valborg festivities

Photo credits: Hanna Steringer in Uppsala, Wikimedia Commons in Trondheim and Högskoleprovet

Trondheim’s SU keeps fossil fuel sponsorship – despite ‘climate emergency’; 72.000 took högskoleprovet in Sweden; Salmon fish-farming conference in Bergen and Students stress ahead of Valborg festivities

The Nordic Studentradio News podcast for week 13, 2023.

  • The Student Union in Trondheim voted to keep the sponsorship deal with oil giant Equinor, despite having previously declared a “climate emergency”
  • 72.000 Swedes took högskoleprovet last Saturday, a difficult test important for getting the right grades for studying at university.
  • ‘Salmon City’ conference took place in Bergen
  • Students in Uppsala have waited in line for up to 20 hours to buy tickets, ahead of the upcoming Valborg festivities at the end of April.

News Presenter: Emma Chailloux

Reporters: Sara Ek in Trondheim – Norway; Astrid Einarsson in Umeå – Sweden; Morten Stene in Bergen – Norway; Axel Lundström in Uppsala and Lund – Sweden.

Soundmix: Axel Lundström

Producers: Alex Maxia and Emma Chailloux

Published on: 28th of March 2023

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By Alex Maxia

News Editor of Nordljud, in charge of coordinating the Newsteam, publishing the weekly podcast and further developing the news project.

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