Here you can find a list of selected publications from CSD-CEMUS over the past 10 years, sorted under two headings: Thematic Sustainability Research and Educational Design Research.  For a complete list, visit here.

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Thematic Sustainability Research


■Peer-reviewed articles■

2017 and Forthcoming

Armstrong, C., Shoemaker, A. McKechnie, I., Ekblom, A. 2017. Anthropological contributions to historical ecology: 50 questions, infinite prospects. PLoS ONE 12(2): e0171883. doi:10.1371/journal.

Alarcón F., E. Friman, G. L. Gallardo F., D. Bergquist, F. Hajdu, K. Jacobsson, T. Rydberg, L. Salomonsson and C. Lagerberg-Fogelberg (submitted to the International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability2016) `A political ecology and emergy analysis of agrofuels in Brazil´.

Breman, E., Ekblom, A., Gillson, L., Norström, E. (Submitted) Phytoliths indicators as regional climate indicators versus local hydrology? Case studies from an altitudinal gradient in South Africa. Review of Paleobotany and Palynology

Ekblom, A., Gillson, L., Notelid, M. (Accepted) Waterflow, landscape dynamics and water-management of the lower Limpopo. WIREs Water.

Ekblom, A., Notelid, M. (In review) Negotiation of Identity and Ethnicity in Southern Africa: The Example of the Baloi Lineage. Journal of African History.

Ekblom, A., Notelid, M., Witter R. 2017. Negotiating identity and heritage through authorised vernacular history, Limpopo National Park. Journal of Social Archaeology 7 (1), 49-68.

Gallardo F. G. L., Saunders, F., Sokolova, T. Börebäck, K., van Laerhoven, F., Kokko, S. and Tuvedal, M. 2017. We adapt … but is it good or bad? Locating the political ecology and social-ecological systems debate in reindeer herding in the Swedish Sub-Arctic. Journal of Political Ecology, 24:667-670.

Gallardo, G. and Sokolova, T. eds. (forthcoming 2017) Co-creating actionable science: reflections from the field. CEFO anthology 2017.

Larkin, A., Kuriakose, J., Sharmina, M., and Anderson, K., 2017. What if negative emission technologies fail at scale? Implications of the Paris Agreement for big emitting nations. Climate Policy, DOI: 10.1080/14693062.2017.1346498

Notelid, M., Ekblom, A., (Submitted) Vulnerabilities to climate change and adaptive capacities in rural households PNL, Mozambique. Ambio


Anderson, K. & Peters, G. 2016.Response to the The Promise of Negative EmissionsScience 11 Nov 2016: Vol. 354, Issue 6313, pp. 714-715.

Anderson, K. & Peters, G. 2016. The Trouble with Negative EmissionsScience 14 Oct 2016: Vol. 354, Issue 6309, pp. 182-183.

Anderson, K. & Peters, G. 2016. A huge problem still lurks at the heart of the Paris climate deal`New Scientist, Issue 3098.

Rudebeck, L. 2016. “Democracy and Development – a Disputed Pair,” in Africa Development, CODESRIA (Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa), Dakar, vol. 41, no. 1, 2016, pp. 1-22.

Saunders, F., Gallardo Fernández, G., Truong Van, T., Raemaekers, S., Marciniak, B. and Rodrigo Diaz. 2016. Transformation of small-scale fisheries — critical transdisciplinary challenges and possibilities. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 20: 26-31. Special Issue on Co-Design and Co-Production, on the theme of Small-scale fishers and the challenges of globalization.

Swain, A. 2016. ”Water and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding”, Hydrological Science Journal, Vol. 16, Issue 7, pp. 1313-1322.

Wallner-Hahn, S., Molander, F., Gallardo Fernández, G., Villasante, S., Eklöf, J. et al. 2016. Destructive gear use in a tropical fishery: Institutional factors influencing the willingness- and capacity to changeMarine Policy, Elsevier. 199-210


Stabinsky, D., Hoffmaister, J. 2015. Establishing institutional arrangements on loss and damage under the UNFCCC, International Journal of Global Warming 8: 295-318.


Hauck, M. and Gallardo, F. G. L. 2013. ‘Crises in the South African abalone and Chilean loco fisheries: shared challenges and prospects’Maritime Studies (MAST), 2013, 12:3. Pp.1-20.


Swain A. 2012. “Challenges for Water Sharing in the Nile Basin: Changing Geo-Politics and Changing Climate”, Hydrological Science Journal, vol 56, no. 4. 2011, pp. 687-702.

Swain, A., Swain, R.B. Themnér, A. and Krampe, F. 2012. Zambezi Basin: A Risk Zone of Climate Change and Economic Vulnerability, New Routes: A Journal of Peace Research and Action, no. 3, pp. 17-20.


Gallardo, F. G. L., and E. Friman. 2011. New marine commons along the Chilean coast. The Management areas (MAs) of Peñuelas and Chigualoco, International Journal of the Commons 5(2). Pp.433-458.

Gallardo, F. G. L., Stotz,W.,  Aburto,J., Mondaca, C. and Vera, K. 2011. Emerging commons within artisanal fisheries. The Chilean Territorial Use Rights for Fisheries (TURFs) within a broader coastal landscape, International Journal of the Commons 5(2). Pp. 459-484.

Löfquist, L. 2011. Climate change, justice and the right to development. Journal of Global Ethics, Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis. 7(3): 251-260

Swain, A. and Jamali, Q. 2011. The China Factor: New Challenges for Nile Basin Cooperation. New Routes, no. 3, pp. 7-10.

Swain, A. and Krampe, F. 2011. Transboundary Rivers and Climate Change: African and Asian Rivers. Conflict Trends, vol. 2, pp: 16-21.


Rudebeck, L. 2009 (2010) They Have Left Us in a Hole.’ Democratisation and Political Power in a West-African Village,” in APAD-Bulletin, Journal of the Euro-African Association for the Anthropology of Social Change and Development/Association Euro-Africaine pour l’Anthropologie du Changement Social et du Développement (Leiden), no. 31-32, pp. 65-104.

■Books and book chapters■


Ekblom, A., Ljungkvist, J., Rhoden, C., Hallgren, K. (2017, in press).  Introduktion. In: A. Ekblom, J. Ljungkvist, M. Notelid, eds. 2017. Framtidens naturvärden i kulturmiljöer – fallstudie Gamla Uppsala. Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet

Ljungkvist, J., Ekblom, A., Notelid, M. (2017, in press) Framtidens naturvärden i kulturmiljöer – fallstudie Gamla Uppsala. Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet.

Ljungkvist, J., Ekblom, A. (2017, in press) Skapandet av en plats – den långa ekologiska historien. In: A. Ekblom, J. Ljungkvist, M. Notelid, eds. 2017.Framtidens naturvärden i kulturmiljöer – fallstudie Gamla Uppsala. Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet

Österbergh R. and Malmaeus. M. eds., (forthcoming)  Ekonomi för Antropocen – Skiftet till en hållbar värld. Carlsson förlag. Efterord: Förändringens horisont av Gallardo, G. and F. Saunders.


Swain, A. 2016. As alteracoes climaticas e a seguranca. In: R. Duque, D. Noivo and T. de Almeida Silva, eds. 2016. Segurança Contemporânea, Lisboa: Pactor.


Earle, A. Cascao, A.E., Hansson, S., Jägerskog, A., Swain, A., Öjendal, J. 2015. Transboundary Water Management and the Climate Change Debate (London: Routledge), 202 pages. Has won the International Water Resources Book of the Year 2015 Award.

Swain, A. 2015. Climate Change: Threat to National Security. In D.A. Bearfield and M.J. Dubnick, eds. 2015. Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy. 3rd ed. London: CRC Press.


Jägerskog, A. Swain, A. and Öjendal, J. eds., 2014. Water Security (4 Volume Set). London: Sage Publications Ltd. (Volume One: Water Security – Origin and foundations; Volume Two: Water Security – International conflict and cooperation; Volume Three: Water Security and Development – An intimate relation; Volume Four: The Age of Water Security – Current dilemmas and future challenges.)

Moksnes, H. 2014. “Introduction,” In: H. Moksnes and M. Melin eds. 2014. Claiming the City: Civil Society Mobilisation by the Urban Poor. Uppsala: Uppsala University, pp. 3-13.

Moksnes, H. and Melin, M. eds., 2014. Claiming the City: Civil Society Mobilisation by the Urban Poor. Uppsala: Uppsala University.


Moksnes, H. and Melin, M. eds., 2013. Faith in Civil Society: Religious Actors as Drivers of Change. Uppsala: Uppsala University.

Nilsson, E.C. and Moksnes, H. 2013 “Introduction,” In: H. Moksnes and M. Melin eds. Faith in Civil Society: Religious Actors as Drivers of Change. Uppsala University, Uppsala, pp 3-7.


Gallardo F. G. L. and Friman, E. 2012. Capable leadership, institutional skills and resource abundance behind flourishing coastal marine commons in Chile. In: D. Bollier and S. Helfrich. eds., 2012. The Wealth of the Commons: A World Beyond Market and State, Levellers Press, Massachusetts, USA. pp. 258-264.

Gallardo F., G. L & Friman, E. 2012. Küstennahe Commons in Chile: Kompetente Menschen, starke Institutionen, reiche Natur. In: S. Helfrich and the Heinrich Böll Foundation, eds. 2014. Commons:Für eine neue Politik jenseits von Markt und Staat. Bielefeld: transcript. (ISBN 978-3-8376-2036-8)

Moksnes, H. 2012. Maya Exodus: Indigenous Struggle for Citizenship in Chiapas. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.

Moksnes, H. and Melin, M. eds., 2012. Global Civil Society: Shifting Powers in a Shifting World. Uppsala: Uppsala University.


Swain A. 2012. Politics or Development: Sharing of International Rivers in the South. In: J Öjendal, S. Hansson and S. Hellberg, eds., 2012. Politics and Development in a Transboundary Watershed . New York: Springer.

Thörn, H. and Moksnes, H. 2012. Global civil society – beyond the ‘good’ and the ‘bad’. In H. Moksnes and M. Melin eds. 2012. Global Civil Society: Shifting Powers in a Shifting World. Uppsala University, Uppsala, pp 3-7.


Kostic, R., Krampe, F. and Swain, A. 2011. Liberal State-Building And Environmental Security: The International Community Between Trade-Off And Carelessness. In: R. Amer, A. Swain and J. Öjendal. eds., 2012 The Security-Development Nexus: Peace, Conflict and Development. London: Anthem Press.

Rudebeck, L. 2011. Electoral Democratisation in Post-Civil War Guinea-Bissau 1999-2008. Discussion Paper 66, Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, 28 pp.

Swain A. 2011. South Asia, its Environment and Regional Institutions. In: L. Elliott and S. Breslin, eds. 2011. Comparative Environmental Regionalism. London: Routledge, pp. 76-91.

Swain, A. and Krampe, F. 2011. Stability And Sustainability In Peace Building Systems And Warfare Ecology. In: G.E. Machlis, T. Hanson, Z. Špirić and J.E. Mckendry eds., 2011. Warfare Ecology: Synthesis, Priorities and Policy Implications for Peace and Security. New York: NATO Science for Peace and Security, Springer.

Swain, A. Swain, R.B., Themnér, A. and Krampe, F. 2011. Climate Change and the Risk of Violent Conflicts in Southern Africa. Pretoria: Global Crisis Solutions.


Friman, E. and Gallardo F., G. L., eds. 2010. Politicized Nature: Introduction’ in Politicized Nature. Global Exchange, Resources and Power. Uppsala: Cefo Publication Series Number 2. Pp. 9-17.

Gallardo F., G. L and Friman, E. 2010. The politicized nature of global trade – the continuous commoditization of land and marine resources, and struggles for livelihoods in Chile. In: E. Friman and G.L. Gallardo F. eds., 2010. Politicized Nature: Global Exchange, Resources and Power. Uppsala: Cefo Publication Series, Number 2, 2010. Cemus-CSD Uppsala, Sweden. Pp. 49-71.

Löfquist, L. 2010. Tillväxtens framtid: introduktion till utvecklingsetik. Studentlitteratur

Moksnes, H. 2010. Introduction. In: H. Moksnes and M. Melin eds.,2010. Power to the People? (Con-)Tested Civil society in Search of Democracy. Uppsala: Uppsala University, , pp. 2-10.

Moksnes, H. and Melin, M. eds., 2010. Power to the People? (Con-)Tested Civil society in Search of Democracy.  Uppsala: Uppsala University.


Moksnes, H. 2009. A Human Rights Perspective: Are Some Rights More Important? Introduction. In I. Karlsson ed., 2009. Meeting Global Challenges in Research Cooperation. Utsikt mot utveckling, Uppsala, Vol. 32, pp. 155-161.


Gallardo Fernández, G. 2008. From Seascapes of Extinction to Seascapes of Confidence: Territorial Use Rights in Fisheries in Chile: El Quisco and Puerto Oscuro. Stockholm: Co-Action Publishing.

Rudebeck, L. 2008. Demokrati, utveckling och globalisering. In: S. Gustavsson, J. Hermansson and B. Holmström eds., 2008. Statsvetare ifrågasätter. Uppsalamiljön vid tiden för professorsskiftet den 31 mars 2008, Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Skrifter utgivna av Statsvetenskapliga föreningen i Uppsala, 170, pp. 107-117.


Schulz, S.L. ed., 2007. Ekokritik: Naturen i litteraturen – en antologi, CEMUS Skriftserie Nr. 1. Uppsala: Centrum för miljö- och utvecklingsstudier.


■Research review articles■

Rudebeck, L. 2014. Review article on book by Seema Arora-Jonsson, Gender, Development, and Environmental Governance: Theorizing connections, Routledge, New York and Oxford, 2013, in Development in Practice, vol. 24, no. 2, May, pp. 309-310.

Gallardo, F., G. L. 2009. ‘Book Review of Alexander, William L., 2008: Resiliency in Hostile Environments: A Comunidad Agricola in Chile’s Norte Chico (Bethleham, PA: Lehigh University Press Bethlehem), Bulletin of Latin American Research, Blackwell Publishing, Vol. 28, No. 2, Pp. 303-305.

Moksnes, H. 2008. Review of “Mayan Voices for Human Rights: Displaced Catholics in Highland Chiapas” by Christine Kovic, University of Texas Press (2005), in Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 171-173.


Dooley, K. and Stabinsky, D. 2015. “How 1.5 became the most important number at the Paris climate talks.The Conversation. December 9.

Dooley, K. and Stabinsky, D. 2015. “We’ve got a climate goal of 1.5 degrees – So how do we get there?The Conversation. December 18.

Stabinsky, D. 2015. “Rich and poor countries face off over ‘loss and damage’ caused by climate change.” The Conversation. December 7.


Rudebeck, L. 2013. “Graden av korruption är en dimension av demokrati,” in Dagens Nyheter,, Stockholm, 19.12.

Rudebeck, L. 2013. “Demokrati minst lika viktigt som gott styre för välfärden,” in Dagens Nyheter, Stockholm, 13.12..


Rudebeck, L. 2011. “Tillväxt som besvärjelse” (Growth as invoction), in Signum (Uppsala), no. 5, pp. 26-29.

■Peer-reviewed conference contributions■


Rudebeck, L. 2013. Democracy and Sustainable Development, Contribution to CSD Conference, “The Intersection of Society and Nature in Sustainability Research,” Uppsala, October 1-3, 9 pp


Rudebeck, L. 2012. Herança histórica comum e democratização em Africa lusófona, Conference Contribution, INEP (Instituto Nacional de Estudos e Pesquisa), Bissau, 24.2. 10 pp.


Moksnes, H. 2011. Independence or Clientilism? Negotiating Indigenous Autonomy in the Urban Setting, Independence and Dependence in Latin America, 200 years later. Stockholm: Institute of Latin American Studies.

Rydberg, T., O. Cavalett, E. Friman and G. Gallardo. 2011. ’Energy Systems Diagramming and Discourse Analysis – the Case of Large-Scale Biofuel Production’ in EMERGY SYNTHESIS. Theory and Applications of the Emergy Methodology, proceedings from the Sixth Biennial Emergy Conference, January 14 – 16, 2010, Gainesville, Florida, Edited by Mark T. Brown University of Florida Gainesville, Florida, USA. Pp. 509-519.


Rudebeck, L., Hellström, J., Melin, M. eds., 2009. Big Brother and Empowered Sisters. The Role of New Communication Technologies in Democratic ProcessesUtsikt mot utveckling no. 31, Collegium for Development Studies, April 16-18th 2008, Uppsala University, Uppsala, 90 pp.


Alarcón, C., Bergquist, D., Bjureby, E., Friman, E., Gallardo, G., Hajdu, F., Johansson, S., Lagerberg-Fogelberg, C., and Rydberg, T. 2008. ‘Sustainable Global Patterns of Production and Consumption: Current Problems and Future Possibilities’, Proceedings of the 2nd VHU Conference on Science for Sustainable Development, 2007, Science for Sustainable development? The social challenge with emphasis on the conditions for change. Linköping University, Sweden, pp. 15-21.

Rudebeck, L. and Melin, M. eds., 2008. Whose Voices? Media and Pluralism in the Context of Democratisation, Utsikt mot utveckling, no. 30, Collegium for Development Studies, September 20-21 2007, Uppsala University, Uppsala, 146 pp.


Rudebeck, L. ed., 2007. Equal Representation. A Challenge to Democracy and Democracy Promotion, Utsikt mot utveckling, no. 29, Collegium for Development Studies, April 3-4, 2006, Uppsala University, Uppsala, 198 pp.

Rudebeck, L. 2007. “Building Civic Trust in Post-Conflict Societies,” Contribution to Nordic Africa Institute Conference on Post-Conflict Elections in West Africa, Accra, Ghana, May 15-17, 2006. In Carin Norberg and Cyril Obi (eds.), Reconciling Winners and Losers in Post-Conflict Elections in West Africa. Political and Policy Imperatives, Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala.

Rudebeck, L. 2007. Democratization and Development, Contribution to CODESRIA (Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa) Policy Dialogue on Conflict, citizenship and Reconstruction of the State in Africa, Bissau, 26-27 June.

 ■Research Reports■

Anderson, K. and Broderick, J., 2017. Natural gas and climate change. [online] (See also a media brief by Friends of the Earth Europe and article on The Guardian)

Anderson, K., Stoddard, I. and Schrage, J., 2017. Koldioxidbudget och vägar till en fossilfri framtid för Järfälla kommun



Educational Design Research

■Peer-reviewed articles■

Grandin, J., Gunnarsson, S., and Andersson, S. 2017. “It feels almost surreal”: Being strategic about how we design participation in order to enlarge the space of the possible. LUMAT-B: International Journal on Math, Science and Technology Education, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 3, p. 79-83, oct. ISSN 2489-2572.

Stoddard, I. 2017. Copy but don’t paste: From student-led to collaborative action for sustainability in higher education. LUMAT-B: International Journal on Math, Science and Technology Education, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 3, p. 27-32, oct. ISSN 2489-2572.

Shephard, K., Brown, K. and Connelly, S. et. al. 2016. “Empowering Students in Higher Education to Teach And Learn“. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies.

Barrineau, S., Schnaas. U 2015. ´Breaking Ground and building bridges: a critical reflection on student-faculty partnerships in academic development´International Journal of Academic Development.

Parrique T. 2015. `Planting the Seed of Change: A Student-led Introduction Course to Economics`International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education.

Nitsch, U. 2013. ‘A force for renewal in academia’Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 27: 609-625.

Stoddard, I., Rieser, I., Andersson, S. and Friman, E. 2012. ‘Igniting a learning revolution: student-run higher education for sustainable developmentThe Solutions Journal, 3(5): 34-39.

Stabinsky, D. 2015. “Teaching and practicing climate politics at College of the Atlantic: student-inspired, student-driven.” Radical Teacher 102: 24-29.


■Books and book chapters■

Ishihara, S. and Marcos Valls, A. 2016. Back from the Future We Want – Backcasting as a pedagogical practice towards sustainable futures, in Envisioning Futures for Environmental and Sustainability Education edited by Joseph Weakland, Peter Blaze Corcoran, and Arjen Wals.

Barrineau, S. and Kronlid, D. 2014.`Wicked Leadership Education: On student-led higher environment and sustainability education´ in P.B. Corcoran, B.P. Hollingshead, H. Lotz-Sisitka, A. E.J. Wals and J.P. Weakland, 2014: Intergenerational learning and transformative leadershop for sustainable futures.

Anderson, S. and Grandin, J. 2012. CEMUS Miljöhistoria – Drivkrafter för en läranderevolution. Ingår i Miljöhistorierpersonliga, lokala, globala berättelser om dåtid, nutid och framtid / [ed] Anneli Ekblom, Michel Notelid, Uppsala: CSD Uppsala och Institutionen för arkeologi och antik historia.

Nyström, M. (ed.) 2012. ‘Glimpsing Paths – Being and Acting in Times of (Un)certainty’. Uppsala, Sweden: Cemus – Uppsala Centre for Sustainable Development, Uppsala University and SLU.

Mossberg D. 2012. ‘What should students actively participate in? – Student coordinated ESD at CEMUS and the purpose of education’ in Gardebo J. & Wiggberg (ed.)´Students, the university’s unspent resource – Revolutionizing Higher Education through active student participation´. Report series from the Division for Development of Teaching and Learning. Uppsala University.

Hald, M. (ed.) 2011. ‘Transcending boundaries. How CEMUS is changing how we teach, meet and learn. Uppsala, Sweden: Cemus – Uppsala Centre for Sustainable Development, Uppsala University and SLU.

Hald, M., Wetterstrand, H. and Gallardo F. G. L. 2008. ‘Cemus utbildning för hållbar utveckling vid Uppsala universitet´ in Hållbar utveckling och lärande − inspirationsskrift för universitetslärare’, WWF for a living planet, Sweden. Pp. 21-26.


■Popular science publications and Films■


Engström, A. 2017. Student-ledda tillfälle, Det saknade perspektivet – Grundkurs I Miljöhistoria. In: Active Student Participation project, ed. 2017. Examples of Active Student Participation at Uppsala University [online]

Grandin, J., Mossberg, D., Östman, M. and Stoddard, I. 2017. Studentledda kurser—studenter planerar, genomför, och utvärderar tvärvetenskapliga kurser. In: Active Student Participation project, ed. 2017. Examples of Active Student Participation at Uppsala University [online]

Ishihara, S. and Marcos Valls, A. 2017. Student-led seminars and the 30-day challenge. In: Active Student Participation project, ed. 2017. Examples of Active Student Participation at Uppsala University [online]

May, F. and Schrage, J. 2017. Student-led seminars—Leadership Labs—in the course Climate Change
Leadership. In: Active Student Participation project, ed. 2017. Examples of Active Student Participation at Uppsala University [online]


Active Student Participation at UU. 2016. Student-led education for sustainable development // Examples of active student participation at UU [Video online]

Centre for Environment and Development Studies (CEMUS). 2016. Matariki Global Citizenship Workshop April 2016 in Uppsala [Video online]



Rieser, I.M. 2014. Oikonomos – Transforming Economics Education [Video online]. MA thesis. Schumacher College.


■Keynotes and Conference presentations■

Gunnarsson, S. 2018. Transforming higher education to meet the challenge of sustainable development: identifying concrete opportunities for innovation, “SDG Conference: Knowledge for our common future”, University of Bergen, February 8-9.

Ishihara, S., Schallhart, T. 2017. The future is not enough: a pedagogical approach to active citizenship concerning global sustainability challenges, “Konferens i universitetspedagogisk utveckling”, Uppsala University, October 12. 

Ishihara, S. 2017. Global Citizenship Workshop, “Ustinov Annual Conference: Global Citizenship, Nationalism, and New Paradigms,” Durham University, July 7-8. (Video available here)

Ishihara, S. 2017. Back from the future we want: Backcasting as a pedagogical practice towards sustainable futures, “Humankind 2050: Peace, development, environment”, 22nd World Futures Studies Federation World Conference, Jondal, Norway, June 7-10.

Ishihara, S., Anderson, L. 2016. Student-Led Education, Spaces for Dialogue, and Global Citizenship in Practice, “Ustinov Annual Conference”, Durham University, July1-2.

Ishihara, S., Marcos Valls, A. 2016. Back from the Future We Want: Backcasting as a pedagogical practice towards sustainable futures, “Universitetspedagogisk Konferens (TUK)”, Uppsala University, March 16.

Owen, B. 2016. Student-Reflection on Learning before Embarking on an Interdisciplinary Master Programme, “Universitetspedagogisk Konferens (TUK)”, Uppsala University, March 16.

Stoddard, I. 2016. Keynote Lecture – Education for Sustainability: a case study of student-initiated and student-led learning in Higher Education, “Perspectives in Experiential Learning in Higher Education Conference”, University of Cumbria, Ambleside, UK, March 11.

Ishihara, S. 2015. Student-led Sessions and 30 Day Challenge: Experiences from ongoing course Global Challenges & Sustainable Futures, Konferens i universitetspedagogisk utveckling, Uppsala University, October 14.

Rieser, I.M. 2015. Closing Plenary Speech and Panel, “Planet and People: how can they develop together?”, 8th World Environmental Education Congress, Gothenburg, June 29-July 2. Available at: <> (Speech 11’10-16’00)


■Bachelor and Master’s Theses■

Anderson, L. 2017. Enabling Sustainability Transformation Of and Through Universities: Student-faculty partnership models in transdisciplinary learning and teaching as an answer to transforming universities. MSc Thesis in Environmental Science. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

Lindberg, A.J. 2017. Thinking in Bureaucracies: Neoliberal Reforms and Local Governance in Swedish Higher Education. BA thesis in Social Anthropology. Uppsala University

Klingstedt. S. 2017. What is education for? Exploring Experienced Quality in Student-Led
Education for Sustainable Development at CEMUS. MSc Thesis in Psychology. Åbo Akademi University.

May, F. 2015. A hitchhikers Guide to Climate Change Leadership – An educational design research exploration of a sustainability course at Uppsala University. MSc Thesis in Sustainable Development. Uppsala University.