Most recent papers and book chapters

IPCC emission scenarios: How did critiques affect their quality and relevance 1990–2022?  (2022). Global Environmental Change, Elsevier.

The Climate Change Challenge: A Review of the Barriers and Solutions to Deliver a Paris Solution. (2022).

Holes in the Policy Net: An Analysis of Sustainable Food Production in Artisanal Fishing Communities and Policy Challenges to Ensure Long-Term Food Security in Sofala Bank, Mozambique (2022)

The chapter shows how nature conservation can be achived via focus on local communities and knowledge. 

An assessment of the Performance ofscenarios against historical global emissions for IPCC reports (2020).

Global Environmental Change, Elsevier.

Can we trust the future scenarios? How good are they in projecting the future? 

The paper shows that modelers/scientists are right, however, not on all aspects for the right reasons. Regional emissions are growing at different speeds in the rich and poorer countries of the World. The most developed countries have outsourced  industries and emissions for the past two decades.

Variability in historical emissions trends suggests a need for a wide range of global scenarios and regional analyses (2020). Communications Earth & Environment, Nature Journals.

A changing Amazon rainforest (2020).

Global Environmental Change, Elsevier.10.1016/j.gloplacha.2020.103328

The paper explores how the Amazon Rainforest may evolve or degrade under various future climate scenarios. 

The hidden dynamics of household waste separation (2020).

Journal of Cleaner Production, Elsevier.10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.03.281

The paper explores the user perspective of citizens in Rødovre (Danish municiplity in the Copenhagen area) and how waste separation practices can be changed focusing on anthropolical knowledge about daily routines (rather than focusing on short-term behavioural change)

Scientific papers