Main research areas
- Land use change
- Agent-based modelling
- Inequality and justice in socio-ecological systems
As part of Green Forests policies: a comparative assessment of outcomes and trade-offs across Fenno-Scandinavia’ (GreenPole, 2021-2025), I use agent-based modelling to analyze past and future land use changes in Nordic forests. The PhD position is a collaboration between Centre for Environmental and Climate Science and Political Science at Lund University.
I am interested in the interaction between society and nature, of land use change and rural livelihoods. With a background in Physical Geography and Gender studies, I have earlier studied water availability in rural Nepal, landslides in Uganda, socio-environmental conflicts in Chilean forestry and movements against mining in Sápmi and Ecuador. Prior to joining as a doctoral candidate, I worked as a GIS-engineer and engaged with projects around development plans, surface water sampling and maps as tools for communication.
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