Reports/executive summaries from the work packages: 

Natalia Mæhle (HVL), Ingeborg A. Kleppe & Natalia Drozdova (NHH),  Boukje Huijben (Eindhoven University of Technology) (December, 2017). WP2.1: Lessons learned from existing crowdfunding platformsAn executive summary of the report can be found here WP21_Final report_Executive summary

Renate Marit Butli Hårstad (Ruralis) (June, 2018). WP 2.2: Socio-cultural factors: Opportunities and challenges for crowdfunding of climate measures in Norwegian agriculture. An executive summary of the report can be found here Executive summary-WP2-2-english

The full report can be downloaded here https://ruralis.no/publikasjoner/n-1-18-socio-cultural-factors-opportunities-and-challenges-for-crowdfunding-climate-measures-in-norwegian-agriculture/

Catherine Banet (UiO) (October, 2018) WP 2.2: Legal issues facilitating and inhibiting the application of local crowdfunding of mitigation measure in agriculture. An executive summary of the report can be downloaded here executive-summary-legal-aspects-WP2-2

 

Newspaper articles:

Vil la folk finansiere klimatiltak på gården (Lisa Sunde, Bondebladet),22.11.2018. https://www.bondebladet.no/article/vil-la-folk-finansiere-klimatiltak-pa-garden/ (in Norwegian)

Natalia Mæhle (HVL) og Ingeborg Kleppe (NHH). Folkefinansiering kan gi penger til grønt skifte. Dagens Næringsliv 09.10.2018. https://www.dn.no/innlegg/folkefinansiering/innlegg-folkefinansiering-kan-gi-penger-til-gront-skifte/2-1-409555 (In Norwegian)

 

Bachelor and Master theses:

Master thesis: Ingrid Natalie Kleppe og Elina Nilsen (2017). Crowdfunding Sustainability. How do entrepreneurs of sustainability projects utilise the potential of crowdfunding for fundraising? , supervisor Professor Ingeborg Kleppe (NHH). Link to master thesis