Activism & Opinion
I first marched for climate in 2014. Since then I've been increasingly drawn to speak out on what climate and sustainability research implies for society. I strongly support the democratically agreed political goals in the Paris Climate Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals. I believe I have a special responsibility as a scientist to both communicate the urgency of the science, and to walk the talk.
Swedish climate researchers support Greta's school strike
I was one of 20 scientists in Sweden who contributed to writing the text for an op-ed (debattartikel) supporting the school strike for climate on 15 March 2019 (signed by over 270 scientists and counting).
Climate law must guide transport planning
Proposed Stockholm road expansion will lead to more emissions- we need to rethink transport from a climate perspective, we argue in this op-ed (in Swedish).
LUCSUS research: Evidence to inform action
Together with colleagues from LUCSUS, we wrote a blog post summarizing what our research shows us works to inform climate action.
The story behind my footnoted climate protest sign
#ClimateStrike in Lund
From a few people in January 2019 in front of Lund City Hall...
... to several hundred on 15 March 2019 School Strike for Climate in Lund.
My first climate protest: 20 Sept 2014 in Lund