Professor at Department of Earth Sciences, Natural Resources and Sustainable Development
- +4618-471 8375, +46-498 108375
- Visiting address:
- Campus Gotland, Cramérgatan 3
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- Uppsala universitet, Campus Gotland
- Professor Sustainable Development, focus Natural Resources
- Head of research program Natural Resources and Sustainable Development
- Head of PhD program Natural Resources and Sustainable Development
Research website: http://www.geo.uu.se/forskning/nrhu/pagaende-forskning/ekosystemtj%C3%A4nster/
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Professor in sustainable development with focus on natural resources. Academic background from Stockholm University: PhD Systems Ecology (2001) and Associate Professor Natural Resource Management (2007).
Personal academic interest and expertise include applications of sustainability assessments, economic valuation, management, policy and governance in the context of eco-labelling of food commodities, ecosystem services trade-offs, recreational fisheries and nature tourism.Extensive experience of developing, leading and administrating courses/programs, as well as teaching as lecturer on a large variety of university courses covering aspects of sustainable development, natural resource management, ecological economics, environmental science, ecology, etc.
Interdisciplinary research background from the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics and Stockholm University where he was awarded a PhD in 2001. Academic interest and expertise include applications of sustainability assessments, economic valuation, management, policy and governance in the context of eco-labelling of food commodities, ecosystem services trade-offs, recreational fisheries and nature tourism.
Rönnbäck is the chair of the dynamic and expanding interdisciplinary research program Natural Resources and Sustainable Development, department of Earth Sciences, Uppsala University. This research program acknowledges that the environment and its natural resources and ecosystem services constitute a prerequisite for strong sustainable development. Research focus is on sustainability transformations and transitions in thematic areas such as energy, climate change leadership, food, biodiversity, tourism and coastal zones.
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