Marcus's research focuses on social change processes, with an emphasis on the drivers and obstacles involved in responding to climate change. He received his PhD in Sociology in 2004 from Stockholm University, where he also earned the rank of associate professor. Marcus brings to his work a depth of experience with community organizing, policy analysis, political and labor organization, and work as a professinal musician. Prior to coming to Sweden with his family, Marcus was involved for 17 years in social change and policy advocacy at the national, state and local level in the US. At SEI he is Senior Research Fellow and group leader for SEI-Stockholm's Climate group.
Prof. Dr. Todd L. Cherry
Appalachian State University
CICERO Center for International Climate and Environmental Research - Oslo, United States
Department of City and Metropolitan Planning, University of Utah, United States
As Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Utah, Department of City and Metropolitan Planning and as an urban theorist, Phil Emmi’s goal is to stimulate development of complex systems perspectives on global affairs and the roles cities and the urbanization process play in relation to other globally strategic and disruptive trends.
Dr. Francesca Farioli
Italian Association for Sustainability
Science; Interuniversity Research Centre
for Sustainable Development, Italy
Visiting Researcher, Energy and Climate Studies Division, Energy Technology Department, School of Industrial Engineering and Management, KTH Royal Institute of Technology; Senior Research Fellow, Stockholm Environment Institute
Prof. Dr. Christa Liedtke
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany
Fenner School of Environment and Society, ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment, The Australian National University, Australia
Lorrae van Kerkhoff is currently a lecturer and research fellow at the Fenner School of Environment and Society, The Australian National University. Lorrae’s research and teaching interests include qualitative and integrative research methods, particularly as they contribute to decision-making and action in the arenas of sustainability and global health. She is particularly interested in the role of science in governance, decision-and policy-making as it relates to sustainability; north-south research collaborations; and institutional influences on the governance of knowledge.
Dr. Alexander Lautensach
School of Education, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada
Full Professor at Rheims University *Head of the IRCS (International Research Center on Sustainability). *Director of the IATEUR (Institute of Regional Development, Sustainability and Urban Planning) *Member of the National Universities Council (Conseil National des Universités (CNU))
Prof. Dr. Charles F Mason
Department of Economics & Finance, College of Business, University of Wyoming, United States
Dr Niven is an Australian academic, with research interests in environmental sustainability; life cycle analysis and thermodynamics; maximum entropy analysis; and entropy production as an indicator of environmental impact.
Dr. Jose Antonio Puppim de Oliveira
Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS), United Nations University, Japan
Professor, School of Community Resources & Development Senior Sustainability Scientist, Global Institute of Sustainability Affiliate Faculty, Professor, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning Affiliate Faculty, Professor, School of Public Affairs
Dr. Asuncion Lera St.Clair
DNV GL Strategic Research and Innovation, Norway