Articles by Ida Wallin

Ida Wallin

Ida Wallin is a postdoctoral researcher at the Chair for Forest and Environmental Policy at University of Freiburg, Germany. She holds a doctoral degree in forest management from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) and has conducted research about forest governance and participatory processes. Her research focuses on communication and the role of expertise. Photo: Pär Fornling.



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Challenges for the governance of future forest landscapes in Sweden

Forest landscapes have an important role to play as providers of vital ecosystem services and provisions in future sustainable societies. They sequester carbon, support biodiversity, and supply renewable materials to various ends. The trade-offs between these services and provisions are often a source of conflict between different values and interests. Through participatory action research, it…

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