In this new study called "Contested representations of benefits of urban nature in a densifying marginalised neighbourhood", we examine diverse representations of "benefits" of urban nature, and how these are considered and operationalised in planning by examining a case of densification in Bellevuegården, a marginalised neighbourhood in Malmö in...
Re-imagining human-nature oneness
Social dimensions of biodiversity and ecosystem services - Nature connectedness - Intrinsic values - Local knowledge - Urban entanglements - Critical plant studies
I am an interdisciplinary sustainability researcher who is passionate about exploring diverse ways of knowing and valuing nature. I strive to develop inclusive approaches for transformative governance beyond anthropocentrism.
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Doctor of Philosophy in Sustainability Science
How can psychedelics support sustainability? In this new paper published in the European Journal of Ecopsychology me and Marion Nilsson review the evidence of links between classic psychedelics and inner dimensions of sustainable change https://t.co/KWlQ4fxYiz. See abstract below:
I am happy to be part of the newly published paper The Core of Me Is That Which Observes: A Mixed-Methods Study of Trait-Level Sense of Self in the journal Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice. In this study, led by Lena Lindström, we explored the phenomenology of sense of self among participants with different levels of...