Chair of the steering committee: Sara Sjöling
Director of doctoral studies in Environmental Studies: Karin Ebert
Head of Department: Maria Bergman
Secretary: Karin Lindholm
Ola Luthman (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
Head of Department
Senior lecturer in environmental science:
program coordinator for the bachelor program
development and international cooperation.
Teaching and research in GIS (Geographical information systems) with applications in environmental science. I am also study director for our PhD-education in environmental science.
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.
I study how environmental issues are assessed and governed, and challenges to reach environmental & sustainability objectives. Marine and coastal sustainability are main interests
Deputy Head of School
I am a professor in evolutionary biology teaching and doing research within the subjects of ecology, genetics and spatial planning for sustainable development.
Research and teaching on environmental policy and politics in the Baltic Sea region.
Sustainable development in higher education.
PhD Political Science. Senior Lecturer in Environmental Sciences with specialization in Environmental Social Sciences. Research on bioeconomy, forest policy and governance.
During 2019 I am coordinator for Education for sustainable development. I am PI of two Sida projects on universities as drivers for collaborative innovation in Tanzania and Rwanda
Professor in global development studies /environmental science.
PhD. (2004) & Associate Professor (2009) in Latin American studies/ Area and Culture studies, University of Helsinki
My research area is environmental science. My research deals with forest biodiversity in Baltic Sea region, urban ecology, and environmental governance in low-income countries.
Research and lecturing on development and environment.
My research focuses on the sustainability aspects of seafood governance in the Northeast Atlantic. More specifically on the governance mechanisms and public/private strategies.
My teaching and research focus on landscape changes due to the interaction between the man and nature locally and globally. At the moment I study peri-urban landscapes.
I analyse policy for transport in Stockholm municipality by treating policy as a form of discourse.
Romina is working in the interdisciplinary field of environmental governance with research interests in participatory approaches, collective action, and social learning.
I work with the sustainability politics of international development, conservation, environmental planning and management and natural resource management and use.
Associate Professor and senior lecturer in Microbial Ecology, Chair of Research Education in Environmental Science
Environmental politics, governance and conflicts; power; discourse theory; development studies and marine spatial planning.