Climate change is the most pressing issue humanity is facing.
It exacerbates existing crises and inequities and threatens life in all its facets.
I’m dedicated to work towards limiting global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius. This requires very rapid and fundamental changes in politics, the economy and society as a whole.
A complex problem needs complex solutions. Ambitious climate politics therefore need to be based on pragmatic and agnostic analysis of policy instruments.
I’ve been analyzing and advocating for effective climate change policies for over 20 years, writing studies and advising NGOs and governments on international, European and national climate policy, with a focus on carbon markets. First at Tufts University, then at the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and for many years as an independent expert and SEI affiliated reseacher.