Hanna Christina Ahlström
Hanna is currently working on a PhD thesis with the tentative title: "Regulatory dynamics of sustainability: Policy coherence in EU business and financial market law".
Her interests include:
- Sustainable development
- Social-Ecological Resilience
- Planetary boundaries
- Global Environmental Governance
- International Environmental Law
- European Law
- International Financial Law
- Company Law
Hanna has a transdisciplinary background and a Master of Science in Social-Ecological Resilience for Sustainable Development from the Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University (2015) and a Bachelor of Science in Business and Economics with a major in Environmental Economics from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (2013) including exchange credits from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Following graduation Hanna has worked as an intern or a trainee in different institutions and organizations ranging from CSR Sweden and CSR Europe to European Commission (DG Environment).
Hanna has worked with administration at a foundation for archipelago protection and an insurance and financial broker firm, as a blogger and researcher for the organisation Sustainergies, and served as a communication systems operator in the Swedish Navy.
PhD Candidate at the Department of Private Law from January 2017.
Scientific articles and bookchapters
Cornell, S.E. and Ahlström, H. (2016). Towards solutions to the global nutrient challenge. The Solutions Journal, 7(3) 72-73.
Ahlström, H., Gren, J., Perl, A. and Remolina, F. (2016). Vegetation regime shifts in Yamal-Nenets SES. Regime Shift Database. Available at: http://www.regimeshifts.org/component/k2/item/586-vegetation-regime-shifts-in-yamal-nenets-ses