- Education / Degree PhD
- Group Bioeconomy policies and markets
- Organizational unit Bioeconomy and environment
My research interests encompass the socioecological and political aspects of global land use changes, including power relations, local impacts and responses. I apply political ecology, socioecological and multispecies justice perspective to study global environmental policy trends - such as green economy, bioeconomy, carbon forestry and forest legality - shedding light on their effects on the historically and currently marginalized, dispossessed and exploited human and other-than-human populations.