Chair of the steering committee: Thomas Andrén
Director of doctoral studies in Environmental Studies: Karin Ebert
Head of Department: Maria Bergman
Secretary: Karin Lindholm
Thomas AndrénJohanna JohanssonRickard LalanderSara SjölingOla Luthman (Doctoral student representative)Wouter Blankestijn (Doctoral student representative)
Researcher, doctoral students and other staff:
My research expertise is diatom stratigraphy mainly focused on the paleoecology/paleoceanography of the Baltic Sea. I teach Earth Science in the program Environment and Development
Natural Sciences, Technology and Environmental Studies
Research and teaching on Geoscience
Professor of Economics
My research is largely on water management and climate, where i try to interlink and bring social entry points to understand the interaction between them and how it impacts people
Deputy Head of School
Deptuty Head of School, Head of department of Environmental, Development and Sustainability Studies
Director of Studies
I'm a senior lecturer in environmental science and, associated professor in Geography, program coordinator for Development and international cooperation. Director of research edu
Researcher and lecturer in environmental science aimed at finding sustainable solutions concerning complexity in situations of transdisciplinarity and multi-stakeholder engagement.
Head of Unit
Student Support Services
Lecturer in biology with focus on environmental science. My research is mainly focused on plant ecology, transformation of the periurban farming landscape, and tick borne diseases.
Head of Department
Associate professor, sen. lecturer in environmental sciences and geographical information systems (GIS). Head of Department of Environment, Development and Sustainability Studies.
PhD in Sociology. Senior Lecturer and professor in Environmental Sciences with focus in Global Development Studies. Research on global natural resource use and local governance.
My research concerns environmental governance and difficulties in achieving environmental and sustainability goals. Especially relating to marine and coastal issues.
I am a professor in evolutionary biology teaching and doing research within the subjects of ecology, genetics and spatial planning for sustainable development.
I research forest politics and the role of non-state actors in international political processes.
My research concerns seascape ecology, coastal blue carbon, seagrass ecology/physiology, food-web ecology, fish/fisheries science and global change.
Researcher and senior lecturer in environmental policy, coordinates and participates in research projects,
Affiliated senior lecturer
Associate Professor in Political Science and Senior Lecturer in Environmental Sciences. Research on pathways to a low carbon society, collaborative platforms and forest governance.
Culture and Education
Innovation, sustainable development and systems thinking are my areas. I collaborate with universities in Bolivia, Rwanda and Tanzania and I am manager for SustainLab Sh.
Political scientist; sociologist; Latin Americanist; Professor in Global Development studies. Research in Global South settings, teaching development and environmental studies.
Researcher within the project: Health hazard in the Baltic Sea: the presence and the effect of fluorinated substances on Baltic Sea organisms.
My research deals with forest biodiversity in Baltic Sea region, ecosystem effects of algal secondary chemicals, urban ecology and environmental governance in low-income countries.
Research and lecturing on development and environment.
My research focus is on environmental sustainability and aquaculture. Looking at different governance strategies to achieve sustainability, both private and public actors
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
I am a post-doctoral researcher and my research interests are in aquatic food webs, microbial community structure and functions.
I am teaching environmental and development economics. I also do some teaching on heterodox economic theories and practice.
My research interests gravitates around electrcity
I am a researcher within the project "Health hazard in the Baltic sea: the effect of fluorinated substances on Baltic sea organisms."
Romina Rodela is Senior Researcher & Associate Professor in Environmental Management and Governance.
My research is on studying changes in sediment revived diatom populations subjected to human and climate induced environmental stress across evolutionary timescales.
I am engaged in research and teaching in the field of water and environmental management and governance.
Professor in environmental science
I research the politics of knowledge and action for sustainability, and how multiple sustainabilities are co-produced and compete at the science-policy interface.
Environmental politics, governance and conflicts; power; discourse theory; development studies and marine spatial planning.