Tsimafei Kazlou


PhD Candidate, PhD Candidate


Research groups


Tsimafei Kazlou is a PhD student at the Center for Climate and Energy Transformations at the University of Bergen (Norway). His PhD project is focused on the feasibility of emerging technologies’ deployment for meeting climate targets. The project is supervised by Jessica Jewell. Tsimafei is a part of "Perspectives on technOLogical change and Energy Transitions" (POLET) international research network. Prior to joining UiB, he was awarded an M.Sc. in Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management.


GEO324: Geographies of the Green Transformation. This is an interdisciplinary course on theory and research that fits under the broad umbrella of the green economy. Different methods, foci of interest, as well as epistemologies now are common in green economy research. 

GEO283: Geographies of transformation: mitigating and adapting to rapid climate change. This course presents theoretical approaches and empirical research for assessing different pathways for decarbonization, reversing ecological degradation, and addressing social fragmentation.

GEO306: Methods in Human Geography. This course aims to train and prepare students for undertaking fieldwork and analyse data in connection with their master thesis.

GOV108: Climate Policy. This course introduces the students to key empirical and theoretical work on the policies that have been proposed, agreed, and implemented to tackle human-induced global warming.

GEO Research Seminars (co-organized with Fridah Siyanga-Tembo). GEO Research Seminars are opened to anyone interested in contemporary topics such as green transformation, climate change, natural hazards, global inequalities, climate and energy transformation, food security and natural resource management - and many more.