Patrik Rönnbäck

professor i hållbar utveckling vid Institutionen för geovetenskaper, Naturresurser och Hållbar utveckling

E-post:
patrik.ronnback[AT-tecken]geo.uu.se
Telefon:
018-471 83750498-108375
Besöksadress:
Campus Gotland, Cramérgatan 3
62157 Visby
Postadress:
Uppsala universitet, Campus Gotland
62167 Visby

Kort presentation

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  • Professor Sustainable Development, focus Natural Resources
  • Head of research program Natural Resources and Sustainable Development
  • Head of PhD program Natural Resources and Sustainable Development
  • Board member Department of Earth Sciences

Research website: http://www.geo.uu.se/forskning/nrhu/pagaende-forskning/ekosystemtj%C3%A4nster/

Mina kurser

Biografi

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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).

Academic interest and expertise include (1) evaluation of eco-certification programs for food commodities, (2) sustainability analyzes of aquaculture and recreational fisheries, and (3) ecosystem services trade-offs in temperate and tropical settings.

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.

Forskning

Academic interest and expertise include (1) evaluation of eco-certification programs for food commodities, (2) sustainability analyzes of aquaculture and recreational fisheries, and (3) ecosystem services trade-offs in temperate and tropical settings.

Aquaculture research projects include ”SEAWIN – Increasing production and consumption of sustainable seafood in Sweden”, funded by Formas. Principal project partners include Stockholm Resilience Centre, the Beijer Institute for Ecological Economics and Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE). Project website: http://www.seawin.earth/

Research on recreational fisheries include (a) institutional aspects on governance and management, (b) civil society participation in management measures, (c) socio-economic valuation of salmon, trout and pike fisheries, and (d) ecosystem services evaluations and trade-offs.

Publikationer

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