Explaining research and knowledge, in words and pictures, so that more people can - and want - to understand what must be done to improve the health of the Baltic Sea.
balticeye.org is the hub of the Baltic Eye, and the place where most things I do are published. All articles, news items, films and reports originate from the science and the important scientific knowledge base. Much of my time is therefore spent talking to the scientists, asking them questions, trying to understand, and asking again.
To reach out with research and knowledge about the Baltic Sea, the Baltic Eye also organizes seminars, conferences and other knowledge-sharing events. Sometimes I moderate these events, trying to ask the hardest questions I can think of.
My previous expertise includes working as a journalist for two decades; in newspapers and television, at TT, SVT and Sydsvenskan, as freelance, reporter and as editor. Most of the stories I wrote then took place on land and focused on people. That hasn’t changed, even though I’m now writing exclusively about the sea.