I mostly teach in the Lund University Master Programme in Environmental Studies and Sustainability Science (LUMES): https://www.lumes.lu.se/
Renewable Energy Transitions
Community Energy & Energy Cooperatives
Urban Climate Governance
The Depiction of Environmental Processes in Video Games
Energy systems all over the world are undergoing a transition towards renewable energies. This transition brings about drastic change for producers and consumers alike. Subsequently, it produces winners and losers. I hope that my research on the politics of energy transition can inform society at large and decision makers in particular to steer this transition in a direction that ensures a fair and just energy system for all.
My PhD project investigated the impact of transnational municipal networks that have been set up in response to climate change. In particular I looked at the question of how municipalities make use of their membership in these networks.
Apart from these topics, I am also interested in the depiction and operationalisation of environmental processes and especially climate change in video games.
Retrieved from Lund University's publications database
- Entangled Cities : Transnational Municipal Climate Networks and Urban Governance
- Identifying the “Usual Suspects” : Assessing Patterns of Representation in Local Environmental Initiatives
- “We are not in this to save the polar bears!” : the link between community renewable energy development and ecological citizenship