KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Annika E. Nilsson is an interdisciplinary researcher with a focus on the politics of Arctic change and communication at the science-policy interface. She is a researcher at the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, and also engaged as Professor-II at Nordland Research Institute, Norway. In REXSAC she co-leads Research Task 1/9 with a focus on scenarios and indicators. She is a member of REXSAC’s Executive Committee.
- New Report: Towards improved participatory scenario methodologies in the Arctic
- New book: Arctic Geopolitics, Media and Power
- Book chapters: The Politics of Arctic Resources
- Evidence of the impacts of metal mining and the effectiveness of mining mitigation measures on social–ecological systems in Arctic and boreal regions: A systematic map protocol
- Form and Function: The Future of the Arctic Council
- REXSAC researchers contribute to new book, "Competing Arctic Futures"
- Arctic Sustainability Research. Past, Present and Future
- Knowledge production and environmental conflict
- Towards extended shared socioeconomic pathways
- Bellwether, exceptionalism, and other tropes: Political coproduction of Arctic climate modeling
- Arctic sustainability research: Towards a new agenda
- Can the Arctic lead the way to a post-petroleum future?
- Uncertain Futures: The Changing Global Context of the European Arctic