I am a doctor in practical philosophy since 2017. I defended my dissertation on the implications of libertarianism on different climate issues at Stockholm university, and since then I have researched, among other subjects, principles of just allocation of climate responsibility. My research and teachings also include environmental and animal ethics, most recently as an assistant professor at SLU from 2018 to 2021. Furthermore, I have published a textbook on environmental ethics and been an expert on Miljömålsberedningen. My research at IFFS will include investigating which climate measures can be recommended on the basis of a conservative ideology, and how different climate burdens can be allocated justly, among other subjects.
“Mid-Libertarianism and the Utilitarian Proviso” (2021), The Journal of Value Inquiry.
“Libertarianism, Climate Change, and Individual Responsibility” (2021), Res Publica.
“Reproductive Timing and Climate Change” (2021), Philosophies, vol. 6, no. 2:47.