DISCOVER THE WORLD
Norway Communicates AS and Ian Brodie Photo, in cooperation with the Wild Telemark, are pleased to announce their latest e-book.
The world was coming to a crossroads, and many were concerned. As the world population began to boom during the course of the 1800s, the scientific question began to circulate – how long would the world population survive on current food supply production?
To answer that challenge, it was just over a century ago in Norway that a major transformation took place. During the course of just a short decade, power plants, factories, transport systems and company towns were created. The urgent and immediate goal - producing enough mineral fertiliser to increase world food production.
This is the story of the UNESCO Rjukan-Notodden Industrial Heritage Site.
250 pages of interactivity, videos, 1000+ photos, historical documentation, human-interest essays, facts, figures, innovative technology, architecture, trains, ships, design, and more - all colourfully presented in this state-of-the-art eBook. Available in English and Norwegian, Android and Mac formats.
The book is free of charge.