Annika E. Nilsson
Telephone: +46 8 674 7331
Mobile: +46 73 707 8541
Title: Senior Research Fellow
Expertise: knowledge production, learning and communication
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Annika E. Nilsson is an interdisciplinary researcher focused on knowledge production and learning at the science-policy interface.
She has a background as a science journalist and a PhD in environmental studies.
Her research is about learning at the science-policy interface and about international politics in times of environmental change. She has a special interest in Arctic issues and is currently leading the Arctic Resilience Report. Annika E Nilsson joined SEI in 2007 and is now a Senior Research Fellow at the Stockholm Centre.
Work experience before SEI
Annika’s professional experience includes over 20 years of work as science journalist.
Her journalistic work has covered Arctic issues, global environmental change, and biotechnology. Her production includes popular science book and articles and radio programmes. As a science writer she has participated in several Arctic assessments aimed at policy makers.
PhD Linköping University, Department of water and environmental studies (2007)
BSc in Journalism and BA (biology), University of Kansas (1982)
Arctic Resilience Interim Report 2013 (Report - 2013)
Arctic Resilience Interim Report 2013: Summary for Policy-makers (Policy brief - 2013)
Knowledge for local climate change adaptation in Sweden: challenges of multilevel governance (Journal article - 2012)
The Arctic Environment – From Low to High Politics (Book chapter - 2012)
Assessing resilience when change is the only given (Journal article - 2012)
Arctic Resilience Report Scoping Workshop (Report - 2011)
Spurensuche: Der ökologische Fußabdruck der EU in der Arktis (Journal article - 2011)
Från is till vatten (Journal article - 2011)
Varmare klimat skärper kampen om Arktis framtid (Book - 2011)
Adaptation to climate change in Sweden: knowledge, policy and practice (Fact sheet - 2010)