Goal 1: No Poverty
Goal 2: Zero Hunger
Families and Food in Hard Times (European Research Council ERC, 2014-2017). The study looks into what young people and their families eat in Portugal, the UK and Norway, and how they manage in difficult economic times.
SafeConsume (EU Horizon 2020, 2017-2023). The objective of SafeConsume is to reduce health burden from foodborne illnesses. SIFO is partner.
Goal 3: Good Health and Well-being
DEDIPAC KH - Determinants of Diet and Physical Activity knowledge hub (JPI - A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life, 2013-2016)
PEN - Effectiveness of existing policies for lifestyle interventions - Policy Evaluation Network (H2020 JPI - A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life – SIFO partner, 2019-2022)
Goal 5: Gender Equality
Cute girl and tough boys: A literature review of children as consumers in a gendered marketplace. SIFO Report No.1-2019
Photoshop, fillers and false ideals? A study about body, gender and social media marketing among teenagers. SIFO Report No 3-2019
Goal 7: Affordable and Clean Energy
NATCONSUMERS - NATural Language Energy for Promoting CONSUMER Sustainable Behaviour (EU H2020 – LCE, 2015-2017). The project aims to define different types of energy consumers in the EU and design tailored actions that will lead them to use less energy.
Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
Market based welfare, focusing on financialization processes, consumer debt and non-state procurement of welfare services.
Assessing the Levels of Financial Capability and Financial Well-being in Norway. A summary report (SIFO Report 2018)
Assessing the Levels of Financial Capability and Financial Well-being in Ireland. A report to the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC), Ireland (Report, 2018)
Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
KRUS (BIONÆR, The Research Council of Norway, 2015-2019). Enhancing local value chains in Norway, or Green growth in white gold through locally based value chains.
Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities
Inclusive Consumption – SIFO priority area 2016-2019. Resulted among others in the open access book Inclusive Consumption - Immigrants' Access to and Use of Public and Private Goods and Services.
Food2Gather – Exploring foodscapes as public places for integration (EU – Humanities in the European Reserach Area Network 2019-2021)
Goal 12: Responsible Consumption and Production
Sustainable consumption – SIFO core area of research
Indicators of consumption trends in Norway – Implications for sustainability. SIFO describe the development of consumption in Norway and evaluate the effect of that on the sustainability of the community, with an emphasis on climate and environment.
Consumer scoreboard. European commission (2011-2025)
Plateforms - Sustainable Food Platforms: Enabling sustainable food practices through socio-technical innovation (EU H2020 – ERA-net SUSFOOD2, 2018-2021)
Strength2food – Strengthening European Food Chain Sustainability by Quality and Procurement Policy (EU H2020 – Sustainable Food Security, 2016-2021)
Organic-PLUS – Pathways to phase-out contentious inputs from organic agriculture in Europe (EU H2020-SFS, 2018-2022)
FoodProFuture (BIONÆR, Research Council of Norway (2017-2021)
Goal 14: Climate Action
Integrated part of the core research area Sustainable Consumption.
Goal 14: Life Below Water
Microplastic pollution from textiles: A literature review (SIFO Report 1-2018)
Goal 15: Life on Land
WOOLUME – Polish sheep wool for improved resource utilisation and value creation (2020-2024)
Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong Institutions
HOMERISK – Risk management strategies. When households face collapsing electricity and digital infrastructure (SAMRISK, Research Council of Norway 2014-2018)
RELINK – Relinking the weak link in the digital chain (IKT PLUSS, Research Council of Norway 2019-2023)