Chair of Environmental Social Science, Gothenburg University
Annica Kronsell holds the Chair of Environmental Social Science at the School of Global Studies at Gothenburg University. Until 2018 she was Professor of Political Science at Lund University where she was leading research in several multidisciplinary consortia and projects that study different dimensions of climate governance. Annica has an interest in how public institutions can govern and enhance governance of climate and sustainability issues mainly in the Scandinavian and European context. A milestone publication on climate governance in the public sector included Rethinking the Green State. Environmental governance towards environmental and sustainability transitions, with Bäckstrand, Routledge (2015). Annica uses (eco)feminist theorising and intersectionality to address governance issues in relation to power and inclusiveness. Recent publications focus on understanding how gender and intersectionality is implicated in climate governance. Annica also works on these issues in the field of sustainable transport governance.
Read more from Professor Annica Kronsell:
Magnusdottír, G L and Kronsell, A (eds) (2021) Gender, intersectionality and climate institutions in industrialized states, RoutledgeEarthscan.
Annica Kronsell, Christian Dymén, Lena Smidfelt Rosqvist & Lena Winslott Hiselius (2020): ’Masculinities and femininities in sustainable transport policy: a focus on Swedish municipalities’ NORMA, 15(2): 128-144.
Kronsell, Annica, Jamil Khan and Roger Hildingsson (2019) ‘Actor Relations in Climate Policy Making: Governing decarbonisation in a corporatist green state’ Environmental Policy and Governance, 29: 399- 408.