CEMUS and Stockholm Resilience Center. Social Science and Transformation to liveable future. System dynamics
Professor of geochemistry and petrology. Director of Bolin Center at Stockholm University.
Independent commentator, economist, designer and producer of multi-stakeholder sustainability and interdisciplinary meetings
Postdoctoral researcher developing mathematical and computational models of multiscale dynamics and interaction in social-ecological systems.
Stockholm Resilience Center, social, political and environmental sustainability, using art and activism to create change.
Christoffer Söderlund Kanarp
Environmental communication, Critical Discourse Analysis, structuration theory, communication theory, Climate Change and international politics.
PhD student - studies carbon sequestration grasslands, its interactions with climate and the effects on biodiversity.
A Marie Curie PhD Fellow studying integrated modeling for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda as part of the EU-funded ‘Adaptation to a New Economic Reality’ project.
David Armstrong McKay
An Earth system scientist researching biosphere-climate feedbacks and tipping points in the past, present, and future, and is currently a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Earth Resilience in the Anthropocene project at Stockholm Resilience Centre. He also blogs about climate tipping points and feedbacks at www.climatetippingpoints.info.
Associate Professor, with a broad interest in atmospheric environmental science, climate and earth-system science, my main focus is on sources of aerosol particles.
Professor, head of subject in sustainability science, and co-leader of the research stream Resilience for Transformation at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University. He is highly involved in IPBES, a UN assessment process that aims to assess current knowledge of the condition of and possible futures of people and nature. Garry can both talk about the impacts of climate change and strategies to navigate towards a sustainable future. He can talk about ecological tipping points, what drives them, how they impact people and how they are caused by and contribute to climate change(see: regimeshifts.org). Garry also works on creating a more sustainable world, his project ‘Seeds of a Good Anthropocene’ looks how the wide variety of sustainability solutions that already exist can combine to enable transitions towards more sustainable societies (goodanthropocenes.net).
Postdoctoral researcher at the Stockholm Resilience Centre funded by a research fellowship from the German research foundation (DFG) working with human understanding of complex and non-linear systems
Professor at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala His three main areas of expertise are 1) international mediation 2) religion and conflict and 3) nonviolent conflicts.
Post doctoral researcher, Jamila Haider studies how development interventions can improve human well-being in food systems without eroding biological and cultural diversity.
PhD candidate whose work focuses on the effects of different business structures on global sustainability challenges such as pollution, resource use, and inequality.
Currently works at the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Gothenburg. Julia does research in Atmospheric Science, Climatology and Remote Sensing.
Professor of Chemical Meteorology at the Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry
Climate change, sustainable land use, farming systems, Sustainable Development Goal tradeoffs, sustainable consumption, ecosystem services, food security, viticulture (wine growing), climate adaptation, large scale land acquisitions, education, science communication.
Senior lecturer in sedimentology, background is in the fields of analytical chemistry and environmental geochemistry.
Post Doc, Fire ecology, interactions between livestock and fire regimes, especially in semi-natural wooded pastures in Africa.
Meteorology, extreme weather.
Associate professor in science-, technology- and environmental studies at Chalmers University of Technology. Research leader of Centre for Studies of Climate Change Denial (CEFORCED) as well as PI of projects analyzing masculinities of energy, ecopreneurship and Rights of Nature.
Researcher at Stockholm Resilience Centre, models social-ecological interactions to better understand and support regional freshwater management.
PhD student, research in the life cycle and impact of aerosols both indoors and outdoors.
Sofia Valeria Cortes Calderon
Research interests include social-ecological conflict resolution at science-policy interfaces, and through the use of adaptive management and transdisciplinary approach.
Head of unit, governance and institutions at SEI, focuses on decision making, stakeholder engagement, technology and process innovation. Affiliate (docent) at Stockholm University.
Postdoctoral Researcher, interested in the composition and climate impacts of atmospheric aerosols and the effects of poor air quality.
MSc candidate interested understanding of social dynamics and relationships that shape the primary use of natural resources.
Associate Professor after having originally joined the IIES as Assistant Professor. She was previously Professor of Development Economics at University of Frankfurt and holds a DPhil in Economics from Oxford University.
PhD at Stockholm Resilience Center, studies the interaction between ecological and social aspects of coastal systems and how these contribute to human wellbeing and development.
Professor, research in how human activities affect natural processes, that drive the major biogeochemical cycles that ultimately govern the composition of the environment.