My research focuses on novel interactive approaches in environmental policy and sustainability transformations. I experiment with collaborative methods in contentious environmental issues and assess the potential of citizen science in strengthening public engagement in evidence-informed decision making. In addition to environmental policy studies I am inspired by science and technology studies. My research interests include the role of emotions in environmental governance and human relations to materealities and non-humans. Current research topics include wolves, food and waste.
Interest Group of Citizen Science of the European Environmental Protection Agencies
Research groups and research projects
Collaborative remedies for fragmented societies (CORE)
Politics, practices and the transformative potential of sustainable diets (POPRASUS)