Policy decisions affecting the Baltic Sea need to be based on the latest research in the field. Baltic Eye conducts and collects new and relevant research that is at the core of the political work regarding the Baltic Sea today. My work is to establish opportunities to provide input and support political processes leading to a healthy Baltic Sea.
See us as a challenger and as a support for scientifically grounded policy-making.
Following a bachelor's degree from the European Programme at Södertörn University and a master's degree in human ecology from Lund University, I have worked in global and European contexts, where social and ecological sustainability are keywords.
My work experience includes the UN Research Institute for Social Development in Geneva where I was part of a research programme on the social dimensions of green economy leading up to the UN Rio+20 conference. Most recently I worked for a European trade union federation in Brussels. Here the emphasis was on political advocacy work and I was responsible for the global organisation's work on climate change up to the UN COP21 climate conference.